Education quality in Sweden is very high. Sweden has a long and proud history of academic excellence and despite its relatively small population, it’s home to some of the world’s best universities. The entire Swedish higher education system is ranked as one of the best in the world, and several Swedish universities are ranked by the Times Higher Education and the Academic Ranking of World Universities as being among the world’s best. Sweden ranks among the world’s most innovative nations.


Studying in Sweden is different from studying in other countries because Swedish universities have an open climate with a strong focus on group work. The Swedish education system focuses more on academic interests than pushing you to achieve a grade. When you study in Sweden, you’re encouraged to think independently, creatively and critically. You’ll develop your ability to question the status quo by accessing information, seeking new perspectives and coming up with well-informed opinions. As a student in Sweden, you’ll become part of the tradition of academic excellence. Swedish universities are well-adapted to the needs of international students, and Sweden consistently ranks in the top three in the world for English proficiency. You’ll be able to use English with everyone you meet, from the classroom to city the Centre.

Many degree programs in Sweden include internships, which are a great way to get real-world experience while you build your professional network. If you’re interested in research, doing a master’s in Sweden can be a great way to make the contacts you’ll need to carry on and do a PhD. Sweden regularly ranks as one of the top countries in the world for non-native speakers of English. That means you don’t have to speak any Swedish during studying in Sweden.


International students can work in Sweden. Though your studies are your number-one priority, there’s no legal limit to the amount of hours international students can work during their studies. After completing your studies, you can apply to extend your residence permit to look for work for up to six months.

Entry / Visa

If you are invited to Hungary to take part in an entrance examination,and/or if you are eventually accepted as a degree student,you will need to acquire the necessary entry documents to Hungary.When applying for a student residence permit,you usually need to visit the local Hungarian embassy in person.What kind of entry documents you need depends on your nationality.

Finding accommodation

Once you have received your official letter of acceptance,you can start arranging the practical issues of your student life in Hungary.Your hosting Hungarian institution can advice you best on local student accommodation options and other such matters.

General requirements

Undergraduate studies (first cycle)

If you have successfully completed upper secondary studies are in possession of a valid school leaving certificate and qualify for higher education studies in your home country,you may also qualify for higher education studies in Hungary. However,you will have to prove your level of knowledge of the Hungarian language or English.In some cases,you are also required to take additional qualifying courses,called in Hungary as preparatory courses.

Masters studies (second cycle)

If you are applying for a masters program at an institution in Hungary,you are required to be in possession of a relevant bachelors or equivalent degree diploma.

Doctoral studies (third cycle)

In the event you are applying for doctoral studies at an institution in Hungary,you are required to be in possession of a relevant diploma or masters degree program.