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Major Study Abroad Programs in Sweden for International Student in 2020

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Major Study Abroad Programs in Sweden for International Student in 2020.

Study Abroad Programs in Sweden: Studying has never seemed easier when you chose Sweden. Sweden has been one of the few countries in Europe where you can study for free.

Study Abroad Programs in Sweden

The Swedish Government has then passed a law that charges tuition and application fees for students from non-EU/EEA countries to be supplemented by Swedish Scholarship Programs. This article will be taking you through the programs offered in the Sweden University for international students.

1. AIFS Study Abroad Traveling Program

  • Location:

Copenhagen, Denmark; Oslo, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Summer

  • Program Description:

Travel through Denmark, Sweden, and Norway this summer with AIFS’ The Vikings study and travel program! This course is taught in English by faculty from Richmond, the American International University in London and is worth 3-semester credits. Live in multi-bedded rooms in centrally-located hotels throughout the program. Linens, towels and wireless internet are included

  • Setting Description:

Scandinavia is an enthralling mix of wild, untamed landscapes, unparalleled natural beauty, and attractive modern cities. Several locations in Scandinavia will be covered during this traveling program including Copenhagen, Malmo, Stockholm, and Oslo!

  • Cost:

AIFS is a premier provider of study abroad programs. Program fees cover tuition and housing, and over 50% of our study abroad participants receive financial support from AIFS in the form of scholarships or grants. A meal plan, tours and excursions, insurance, and 24-hour emergency service are also included. Coordinated AIFS Flight Packages with major airlines are

Requirements:

Open to college sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Minimum 2.5 GPA required (lower GPAs will be considered on a case-by-case basis). Must be 18 years or older to apply.


2. USAC Sweden: Vaxjo/Kalmar – Undergraduate and Graduate Courses

  • Location:

Stockholm, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer

  • Program Description:

Courses are subject to availability and approval of prerequisites which are determined by Linnaeus University. Courses are taught by a lecture with a complete study guide and tutorial session support.

The content of courses may consist of lectures, workshops, group exercises, discussions, tutorials, fieldwork, and seminars. In Sweden, students are generally expected to be active in the classroom as the classroom is characterized by interactive learning.

A full-time load at Linnaeus University is 30 credits per semester (equivalent to approximately 15 US credits). The full-time semester or full-time year courses consist of several modules that total 30 credits per semester.

You may take: a full-time semester/full-time year course for 30 credits/60 credits; or freestanding courses (either full-time or part-time) which are combined to make up a full-time load. If you choose to study in a full-time semester or full-time year course, you must take all of the modules that make up that course.

They cannot be combined with freestanding courses or with other full-time semester or full-time year courses/modules. Modules cannot be chosen individually; they are only taken as part of a full-time course.

  • Setting Description:

Linnaeus University, the second largest university in southern Sweden, has an enrollment of approximately 35,000 Swedish and international students from over 50 countries studying at the two campuses. Although the majority of courses at the university are taught in Swedish, there are many courses in a wide range of fields taught in English which are open to USAC students.

The university has two campuses. One is a central campus situated south of the Växjö town center in a park-like setting, five kilometers from the city center and close to a historic country house, Teleborgs Slott.


3. Scandinavia Urban Design – College

  • Location:

Copenhagen, Denmark; Stockholm, Sweden

  • Program Type: 

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Summer

  • Program Description:

Engross yourself with the creative and technical field of urban design in two of the world’s most sustainable countries. Trek across Denmark and Sweden to experience how sustainability and holistic planning have converged with design, engineering and transportation innovation to create a livable and low impact way of life.

  • Setting Description:

Begin your trip in Stockholm, the most populated City and the capital of Sweden. The area was settled in the Stone Age and has had generations to perfect high-density living. Launch into learning about sustainability by working in an urban garden.

Learn about how Swedes efficiently heat their homes in the depths of winter and tour a rainwater harvesting center. View innovations that the City has installed, like solar panels to power street lights and how they have engineered a vacuum-sorted underground waste system.


4. Uppsala International Summer Session

  • Location:

Uppsala, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Summer

  • Program Description:

This summer program offers intensive Swedish language courses at all levels in Sweden’s oldest university town for 9, 6 or 3 weeks.

Courses in Swedish culture, history, and society are offered, such as Film, Arts, Gender, and Sexuality in Scandinavia, Musical Theater, Folk Music, History. Excursions, study visits, and many activities are scheduled every week. Take part in Swedish student life and learn a new language.

  • Setting Description:

Uppsala is a beautiful city to explore and spend a summer. It has numerous parks, running tracks, swimming pools, gyms. Students can rent a bike or walk around the city. The Lake Mälaren is a bike or bus ride away for swimming or canoeing. There are several cinemas, many places to listen to (live) music, have coffee with something sweet.

  • Cost:

All course fees are in sek, but here is the approximate equivalent in USD: 9 weeks $ 5,830, 6 weeks $ 3,970, 3 weeks $ 2,120. The course fee includes all tuition, a guided tour of Uppsala, a single dormitory room, welcome and farewell dinner, lunch on class days, excursions on Fridays including entrance fees, study visits, social activities.


5. IT University of Göteborg

  • Location:

Stockholm, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Academic Year

  • Program Description:

Courses included are artificial intelligence, ubiquitous computing, sensory interaction, industrial and interaction design, and business strategy and projects management. Then the second half of the program begins. This part is entirely devoted to industrial research and development projects.

The aim of the Intelligent Systems Design Masters program (1.5 years) is to provide the student with the background and practical experience necessary for the creation of new intelligent systems and products. The course is given by the IT University in Goteborg.

Intelligent Systems Design (ISD) is a full-spectrum Master’s program that provides training in innovating, designing, developing and commercializing intelligent products. It leads to the degree of Master of Science in Applied Information Technology, issued by the Chalmers University of Technology.

  • Setting Description:

The IT University is part of the both Chalmers University of Technology and G teborg University, two prestigious Universities in Sweden.


6. Health and Social Policy in Sweden

  • Location:

Stockholm, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Summer

  • Program Description:

Lectures and discussions with Swedish officials, physicians, nurses, midwives, social workers, psychologists, physical therapists, government planners, childcare workers, and politicians.

Learn how the Swedish welfare state is organized and see first-hand how it works on all levels. Finland offers an interesting variant on the “Nordic model” of health and social care.

  • Setting Description:

Lectures and site visits are in the Stockholm and Uppsala areas of Sweden. A three day trip to Helsinki, Finnland is also included.


7. Sustainable Cities of Northern Europe

  • Location:

Freiburg, Germany; Hamburg, Germany; Copenhagen, Denmark; Luzern, Switzerland; Malmoe, Sweden; Stockholm, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Summer

  • Program Description:

This course examines the features, systems, and designs for sustainable cities ranging from transit, bike and ped circulation to renewable energy systems to waste management and urban planning and design.

Relying on the lecture, field trip, lectures by locals, design and planning problems, and reading the city exercises, the course shows what lessons can be taken from Europe back to US cities.

This program carries a total of 8 units. Enrolled students must take 8 units of Landscape Architecture 191 OR 4 units of Landscape Architecture 191 AND 4 units of Environmental Science and Policy 173. Graduate students may take 4 units of Landscape Architecture 297 and 4 units of 298. Auditing is not an option.

  • Setting Description:

Tentative Itinerary (subject to change)
Stockholm, Sweden (8 nights)
Malmo, Sweden (4 nights)
Copenhagen, Denmark (5 nights)
Hamburg, Germany (3 nights)
Freiburg, Germany (7 nights)
Lucerne, Switzerland (2 nights)

Stockholm and Malmo, Sweden
Stockholm, is one of the most beautiful and vibrant cities in the world, with its miles of shoreline, harbors, ferries, elegant buildings, long summer days (20 hours of sun!), great eateries, thriving parks and plazas, sleek design sense, edgy fashion and world-class music/cultural festivals and nightclubs


8. NYU Summer Study Abroad Lund, Sweden

  • Location:

Lund, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Summer

  • Program Description:

Founded in 1666, Lund University—the largest and most comprehensive university in Sweden—is a major international institution located in a small city over 1,000 years old.

Home to over 37,000 students throughout the academic year and into early summer, this historic city is filled with student cafés, bookstores, museums, and parks, all within walking distance of the university center.

The Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders offers postbaccalaureate and masters-level students in speech-language pathology as well as after master’s speech-language pathologists an opportunity to earn 6 graduate credits or 60 New York State continuing education units (CEUs) while living and studying in Sweden.

Costs include 6 credits or 60 CEUs, housing, and activities.

  • Setting Description:

Sweden is a country known for its state-of-the-art approaches to speech science and speech-disorder remediation. Housed in the Department of Logopedics and Phoniatrics of Lund University, the program combines lectures with directed enrichment activities.


9. Scandinavia Video Adventure

  • Location:

Oslo, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden; Goeteborg, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Summer

  • Program Description:

Learn the basics of shooting video – from composition and audio to shooting in the correct aspect ratio and shot composition planning (wireframing). Develop a storyboard for a video project and execute a video from concept to finished, edited project.

The programs are unrivaled because of Broadreach’s unique blend of meaningful community service, cultural exploration and hands-on learning in truly spectacular destinations.

Community service is an integral part of every Broadreach adventure, complementing and interwoven into the academic and cultural focus of the program.

  • Setting Description:

From rivers, fjords and fishing villages to trendy design districts and bustling capital cities, capture something truly original in Scandinavia. In Sweden, visit Stockholm, a city connected by a string of 14 islands, waterways and endless cobblestone streets.

Wander Göteborg, the art and design capital of Sweden. In Norway, start in Bergen, a city nestled between seven mountains with a hip waterfront district. Venture to the Lofoten Islands, a filmmaker’s paradise high above the Arctic Circle.


10. AIFS Study Abroad Traveling Program

  • Location:

Copenhagen, Denmark; Oslo, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden

  • Program Type:

Study Abroad

  • Degree Level:

Undergraduate

  • Term:

Summer

  • Program Description:

Travel through Denmark, Sweden, and Norway this summer with AIFS’ The Vikings study and travel program! This course is taught in English by faculty from Richmond, the American International University in London and is worth 3-semester credits.

Live in multi-bedded rooms in centrally-located hotels throughout the program. Linens, towels and wireless internet are included. Breakfast is included throughout, along with a welcome and farewell meal.

  • Setting Description:

Scandinavia is an enthralling mix of wild, untamed landscapes, unparalleled natural beauty, and attractive modern cities. Several locations in Scandinavia will be covered during this traveling program including Copenhagen, Malmo, Stockholm, and Oslo!

  • Cost:

AIFS is a premier provider of study abroad programs. Program fees cover tuition and housing, and over 50% of our study abroad participants receive financial support from AIFS in the form of scholarships or grants.

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