Official Name : Sweden
Population: around 10 million, 0.13 per cent of the world’s population
Life expectancy: Men 81 years, women 84 years
Language: Swedish (main language); and five official minority languages: Sami, Finnish, Meänkieli (Tornedalen Finnish), Yiddish and Romani Chib
Religion: The Church of Sweden is Evangelical Lutheran, but there are also many other religions and faiths in the country
Currency: 1 krona (SEK) = 100 öre ≈ EUR 0.095
GDP per capita (PPP): SEK 457,300 (2017)
Total area: 528,447 sq km
Why study in Sweden as an International Student
Sweden is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe, bordered by Norway and Finland. It is the third largest country in the European Union by area, with a population of about 9.5 million. So what does Sweden have to offer an international student?
Benefit in Sweden on Single Study Visa/Spouse visa/ with children
1. Spouse Can also work full time
2. Child education free.
3. Diploma Entry program available
4. Excellent education and research
5. Sweden ranks as one of the world’s most innovative countries.
6. Easily Earn Good income.
7. Can work in all 26 Countries.
8. Very Easy get Visa to other Country like USA, Canada, Australia, etc….. ( if you want)
❖ With/Without IELTS,
❖ Full/Partial Scholarship,
❖ Take your SPOUSE & CHILDREN with you.,
❖ No Gap Issue /No Age Limit,
❖ No old bank statement / No need to show source of funds,
❖ Degree is recognized by all over the world.
❖ 99% Visa Ratio,
❖ Earn when you Learn
❖ Opportunity to stay back
❖ Work full time after graduation
❖ Get Permanent Residency ‘’PR’’ (If you wish to stay permanently )
⇒ Atom intakes : September /October
⇒ Spring Intake: JANUARY/FEBRUARY.
❖ Tuition Fee: EURO 8,000 (approx) to as high as EURO 18,000 per year,
❖ living expenses: EURO 500 to 800 per month
❖ application fee EURO 100
❖ Ticket- 60,000/=Approx.
Academic documents till date
IELTS Score (for Non English Medium Students)
Work Experience (If any)
Living cost in Canada per year approximately…
❖ Student (Per Year) = CA$10000- 11000
❖ Spouse (Per Year) = CA$4000
❖ Child (Per Year) = CA$3000
Accommodation cost in Canada approximately…
❖ Hostels and Guesthouses – 80 to $135 per week
❖ Shared Rental – $70 to $250 per week
❖ On campus – $80 to $250 per week
❖ Homestay – $110 to $270 per week
❖ Rental – $100 to $400 per week
❖ Groceries and eating out – $70 to $150 per week
❖ Gas, electricity – $40 to $80 per week
❖ Phone and Internet – $20 to $40 per week
❖ Public transport – $10 to $50 per week
❖ Car (after purchase) – $150 to $200 per week
Our counselors will guide you for choosing a right path to follow.
Choose the right institute from some of the top ranking universities of Canada.
Accept the offer and pay the tuition fee of the institute.
Complete visa application paper work with our counselors.
Submit passport & medical after receiving study permits conformation.
Receive your VISA and ready to fly. Have a prosperous future!
Our philosophy is that the student comes first.
General InformationTotal Area: 270,534 square kilometers (104,453 square miles)Capital: WellingtonPopulation: 4,100,000Ethnic Composition: 73 percent European; 12 percent Native Maori; 4 percent Polynesian;
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