Studera.nu is a website where Swedish citizens can learn more about higher education. International students apply at Universityadmissions.se.
Information in English about studying in Sweden as an international student is available at Studyinsweden.se:
Studyinsweden.se (new window) »
Information in English about third-cycle (doctoral) courses and study programmes in Sweden is available at the Handbook for Postgraduate Students:
Doktorandhandboken.nu/english (new window) »
Universitets- och högskolerådet (Swedish Council for Higher Education) is the authority responsible for recognising qualifications from abroad.
Qualifications recognition (new window) »
International admissions will be found at Universityadmissions.se If you're interested in applying as an international student, please visit Universityadmissions.se. At Universityadmissions.se you can
- Find information about applying to higher education in Sweden.
- Search for and apply to courses and programmes at Bachelor´s and Master's levels, at all higher education institutions in Sweden.
- Track your application.
- Receive your admissions decision.
- Make your final choice by replying to your admissions decision.
If you have a user account and application information on record from an earlier application, it has been transferred from studera.nu to universityadmissions.se. Your login information will be the same at the new website.
If you've applied for the spring 2012 semester, please continue your application at Universityadmissions.se. Your login information will be the same at the new website.
Universityadmissions.se (new window) »
About studera.nuA new feature at studera.nu, “Sök och jämför utbildning" (“Search and compare education choices"), allows students to compare Swedish courses and programmes and higher education institutions, to get an idea of the labour market and to see the results of the future quality audits conducted by the Swedish Higher Education Authority.
The website also provides information for Swedish students about studying abroad, student life, student finances, student accommodation and much more.
The website is primarily in Swedish. Some information, mainly for people living in Sweden, is available in other languages.
The brochure Studying in Higher Education is available in twelve languages »