This is another in the series of articles we have been sahring for about a week now. This talks about tuition-free universities in Sweden. Students from other countries can go to these schools without paying tuition, however, you have to take care of your own well-being.
The following paragraph ia an excerpt from a portal that specifically deals with information on studying in Sweden.
Tuition Free Universities in Sweden
Up until 2010, Sweden has been one of the few countries in Europe that has not charged any types of fees. All students—regardless of nationality—have been funded by Swedish taxpayers. In 2010, the Swedish parliament has passed a law that charges tuition and application fees for students from non-EU/EEA countries starting 2011/2012 academic year, to be supplemented by scholarship programs. Thus, there are no government-mandated tuition-free universities in Sweden anymore. However, a significant number of Universities still offer full and partial scholarships in the form of tuition waivers for international students.
See the list of Scholarships in Sweden for International Students
You can check the related post section below to get information on tuition free universities in other European countries such as Finland, Norway, Germany and Austria. We shall continue to bring you more information like this.