Scholarships for Master in Sweden
Studying for a Master in Sweden can be expensive, so researching any available scholarships is key to helping make your time in Sweden more affordable.
The Erasmus+ program helps support students from non-Swedish universities to study in Sweden. It provides grants for one-off study periods of two to twelve months, or for nine-month research studies.
This program is for international exchange in higher education, and it helps to fund international student exchanges in Sweden. For courses within a semester, grants are available.
Uni Scholarships Sweden
This program helps with tuition fees for international students enrolled in a Master’s program at an approved Swedish university. It covers tuition fees of up to 50%, and is available at the following universities:
- Uppsala University
- Stockholm University
- Lund University
- Karolinska Instituutet
- Linköping University
- SLU University
- Chalmers University
This program offers grants of SEK 10,000 to 25,000 towards the cost of studies for students from developing countries. You can apply for these biannually in January and June.
This scholarship gives applicants the chance to receive up to SEK 0,500 a month to cover living costs in Sweden. It’s open to both graduate and undergraduate students.
To conclude, there are many scholarships available to international students studying Masters courses in Sweden. Research is key to finding the right one for you and to making your time in Sweden a more affordable one.