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Sweden introduces tuition fees and offers scholarships for students from outside EU


A review of language learning in schools is required to meet the demands of the global market climate says Sweden’s education minister Jan Björklund...


Students at KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology, have done everything from lighting up the Ice Hotel to creating architecture in the virtual world of Second Life.


Second Life (abbreviated as SL) is an Internet-based virtual world launched in 2003. Uses of Second Life are becoming more serious.


Starting with the 2007 academic year, Swedish universities are switching to a new degree structure that fully conforms with the Bologna Process, a Europe-wide standardization drive for higher educati…



One of the hardest parts about coming to Sweden to study has traditionally been finding accommodation. Student housing shortages have long been acute, with students often forced to rent in the private market while waiting for student accomodation to come free.