CSB – Consultancy for Students of Bangladesh.

Dynasty Wahid Tower 56/2,
West Panthapath (3rd Floor), Dhaka-1205.

+88 01711-707941
info@csbbd.com

Sat - Thurs 10.00am - 6.00pm
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Why Study in Sweden

Sweden has a long and proud history of academic excellence and despite it's relatively small population, it’s home to some of the world’s best universities. It is a Scandinavian country that is located in the Northern part of Europe, between Norway and Finland. Many people even don’t know that it also has a way to get into Denmark, which is a bridge and tunnel hybrid that is referred to as the Øresund. It is a member of the European Union, and is number three in terms of size (450,295 square kilometers (173,860 sq mi)). The capital of the country is Stockholm.
Sweden has a long and proud history of academic excellence and despite its relatively small population, it’s home to some of the world’s best universities. The entire Swedish higher education system is ranked as one of the best in the world, and several Swedish universities are ranked by the Times Higher Education and the Academic Ranking of World Universities as being among the world’s best. Swedish universities are well-adapted to the needs of international students, and Sweden consistently ranks in the top three in the world for English proficiency. That means you don’t have to speak any Swedish to study here.You’ll be able to use English with everyone you meet, from the classroom to city the center.
Swedish master’s degree program offer unique opportunities for international students which is the combination of theory and practice. Many programs in Sweden include internships, even it work closely with the industry, which are a great way to get real-world experience while you build your professional network.
Sweden is green, creative, equal and Swedish society is known for its inclusiveness and equality. In Sweden, you are encouraged to think independently, creatively and critically, where everyone is encouraged to contribute ideas and opinions. Sweden’s status as a leader in innovation and a home of trendsetters and early adopters and it’s a home of Nobel Prize. Check out some of the innovations that wouldn’t have existed without Swedish ingenuity:

Sweden has numerous large multinational organizations that are in the forefront of the world when it comes to innovation and technology. Not sure if you have ever purchased items or used services from a Swedish company? Here are some of the most well-known companies that you will find around the world, but are based or were started in Sweden:

WORKING IN SWEDEN

Work during your studies

As an international student in Sweden, you’re allowed to work alongside your studies – there’s no official limitation for how many hours you can work. However, it’s important to keep your studies as your first priority – even when you don’t have many classroom hours, you’re expected to spend the equivalent of a 40-hour work week reading and working on assignments. Most universities have careers services that can help you with finding a part-time job during your studies. Many also offer services like employer fairs, CV checks and special events with companies.

Work after your studies

Sweden is a great place to start your career, and innovative, international companies are found throughout the country. You can apply to extend your residence permit for up to six months to search for a job or start a company, and if you receive a job offer meeting certain conditions you can then apply for a work permit.

Popular Swedish Universities:


Study cost in Swedish Universities:


  •   Pathway Program = 40000 to 45000 SEK Per-Semesters
  •   Bachelor Program = 35000 to 70000 SEK Per-Semesters
  •   Master Program = 35000 to 100000 SEK Per-Semesters

Additional Cost

First of all students need to pay 1 tuition fees to the university in order to apply for Residence Permit. Normally most of the universities take 1st semester of tuition fees in advance. Beside these students need to pay the university application fee 900 SEK & 1000 SEK Residence Permit fee.

Living Cost in Sweden


Living cost in Sweden per year approximately...

  •   Student (Per Year) = 8064 SEK
  •   Spouse (Per Year) = 3500 SEK
  •   Child (Per Year) = 2100 SEK

Accommodation cost in Sweden approximately...

  •   Hostels and Guesthouses - €60 to €110 per week
  •   Shared Rental - €60 to €100 per week
  •   On campus - €80 to €120 per week
  •   Homestay - €60 to €110 per week

Other expenses...

  •   Groceries and eating out - €175 to €220 per week
  •   Gas, electricity - €20 to €30 per week
  •   Phone and Internet - €30 to €35 per week
  •   Public transport - €50 to €60 per week
  •   Car (after purchase) - €80 to €120 per week

A-Z process at a glance

1.  Get advice

Our counselors will guide you for choosing a right path to follow.

2.  Chose Universities:

Choose the right universities from some of the top ranking universities of Sweden.

3.  Accept Notification of Selection:

Accept the Notification of Selection of Results & pay the tuition fee of the Uni...

4.  Apply for Residence Permit:

Complete Residence Permit application online with our counselors...

5.  Get Residence Permit:

Submit bio-metric after receiving the RP confirmation from SMA.

6.  Get ready to fly

Receive your VISA and ready to fly. Have a prosperous future!


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