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A normal workload is 30 Higher Education (HE) credits per semester/60 HE credits per academic year.
In general, individuals who are citizens of countries outside of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland are required to pay application and tuition fees. There are some exceptions to this general rule.
You do not have to pay tuition fees if:
- You have a Swedish citizenship,
- You have been granted a permanent Swedish residency permit,
- You have been granted a temporary Swedish residency permit for reasons other than studies. (Having a temporary residency permit for studies in Sweden does NOT grant you exemption from fee payments),
- You have a citizenship in a European Union (EU) country, European Economic Area (EEA) country, or Switzerland,
- You are a family member of a citizen of an EU or EEA country, or Switzerland, and have the right to temporary or permanent residency in Sweden,
- You have long-term resident status in Sweden,
- You have long-term resident status in another country in the European Union and have Swedish residency,
- You are applying for or are registered for Third cycle (doctoral) studies. Application and tuition fees are only required for studies at the First cycle (Bachelor) and Second cycle (Masters) level,
- You are registered at a university or university college outside of Sweden and will be studying in Sweden on a temporary basis as part of an official study abroad programme as an exchange student.
If you started a course or programme before 1 July 2011, you may finish that course or programme without paying tuition fees. If you apply for and are given a place in a new course or programme that starts after 1 July 2011, you must pay a tuition fee for the new course or programme.
For more information please visit universityadmissions.se