Study in Sweden

Sweden is one of the few countries on earth (besides Canada) that allows international students to work full-time all year round, both on and offcampus. There is no age limit for applications to Sweden. Sweden also ranks higher than Canada, The USA, and The UK in terms of the overall well-being of its people. For proof, click here.

In terms of healthcare, Sweden boasts one of the best healthcare systems in the world. If you need to study for more than one year in Sweden, you are eligible for the same health insurance as Swedish citizens.

In terms of travel, Sweden also has the 4th Most powerful passport in the world, higher than the USA & Canada. For proof, click here. Sweden is a Schengen country. This means a residence permit to Sweden allows you access to all 26 Schengen countries. For proof, click here.

Sweden is most suitable for individuals who want to relocate with their families on a study visa. Spouses of applicants have the ability to work and support the family. These countries are also suitable for degree holders with low GPAs.



Send a scanned copy of the following documents to:

For Master’s Admissions:

  1. International passport.
  2. Degree certificate.
  3. Academic transcript – Admission process can begin without transcript, but be ready to send your transcript directly from your institution when we ask you to.
  4. High School certificate.
  5. Passport photo (white background).

For Bachelor’s Admissions:

  1. International passport.
  2. High School certificate (WAEC OR NECO accepted).
  3. Copy of Scratch card to check your High School Certificate online (If applicable).
  4. Passport photo (white background).



  1. International passport with nothing less than a year of validity left. If you are traveling as a family, every traveler must have their own passport.
  2. Admission letter from your institution in Sweden.
  3. Tuition fee payment receipt.
  4. Residence permit fees: 150 Euros per Adult. 75 Euros per child. You are responsible for this fee.
  5. Home ties: (a) Landed properties in your name (b) registered business registration documents in your name (Tax clearance is needed as well if your business is more than a year old) (c) employment/leave letter to a job (d) other assets in your name.
  6. Health Insurance: The insurance shall be valid for 1year. It costs up to 300 Euros for 1year of health insurance. If you are traveling as a family, you must have insurance for each family member accompanying you. Your insurance policy must have a minimum coverage of 30,000 Euros. Click here to get cheap insurance.
  7. Proof of funds: This can be a bank statement and must range from 4months to the date you apply for your residence permit. The living expense requirement for you as an applicant (including accommodation) is 10,100 Euros per year. If you are traveling as a family, that would mean an additional 4,100 Euros for your spouse and 2,500 Euros per child.

Please note: proof of funds for Sweden can be calculated using the official exchange rate on XE conversion website. Click here to know your official exchange rate for proof of funds.




Individual (Euros)

Family, 5max (Euros)

Residence permit fees

150 Euros

550 Euros

Tuition fees (1 year)

10,000 Euros (Some programs may have higher tuition fees)

10,000 Euros (Some programs may have higher tuition fees)

Travel Medical Insurance (1year)

300 Euros

1,500 Euros

Our fees (Covers your admission fee, our assistance with your admission and visa, and your travel itinerary)

950 Euros

1,500 Euros

Proof of funds (1 year)

10,100 Euros

21,700 Euros

Average Total Expenses

21,450 Euros

35,250 Euros



– Make a one-time investment of 950 Euros (For an individual) or 1,500 Euros (For a family of 5). This covers your admission fee, our assistance and travel itinerary. Full payment must be made before we begin. Our fees are non-refundable.

  • Nigerian applicants: Pay to 0125698567 – Adodo Eddy Osaman – GTBank
  • International applicants pay here:

Please note that for Nigerian applicants, payment must be made in Bureau De Change Exchange rate. Click here to see the Naira to Euro Bureau De Change exchange rate.



  1. We will apply online for your admission. We will also pay your application fees.
  2. Once your admission is approved, you will need to pay your tuition deposit as mentioned in your admission letter. We will show you how to pay this directly from your home country.
  3. Next step will be to apply for your residence permit to Sweden.
  4. If you are approved: You will receive an email that the decision has been made. You can then contact the embassy or consulate-general to receive the decision and possibly book an appointment to collect it. When you collect your decision, you must bring your passport with you.
  5. Residence permit card: If you receive a residence permit for more than three months, you will receive a residence permit card. It may take up to 4 weeks from the date of your approval to when you receive your residence permit card.
  6. If you need an entry visa to travel to Sweden: Applicants in certain countries require an entry visa in addition to their residence permit. If you need an entry visa to travel to Sweden, you will be asked to visit the embassy in your country for biometrics. You must bring your passport with you for your visa to be issued (if applicable).
  7. If you are rejected: You will receive an email stating that a decision has been made. You must contact the embassy or consulate-general to get your decision, and possibly book an appointment for this. When you come to collect your decision, you must bring your passport. You may lodge an appeal against the decision within three weeks of the date when you received notification of the decision. Information on how to lodge an appeal can be found in your decision.

AVERAGE PROCESSING TIME: Sweden has a definite date when all admission results are published. All applicants are to wait till the general admission publish date. Residence permit application takes a minimum of 3 months from your date of submission. We advise that you begin your process on time! (Kindly note that in certain cases, processing times may take longer).


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