Top 5 best universities in Sweden

Sweden is one of the most interested study abroad destinations in Europe. It not only has a superior education system with many high-quality curriculum, many policies to support tuition for international students but also many famous universities, always ranked high in the list of the best universities in the world.

Here are the top 5 best universities for those interested in studying in Sweden.

Karolinska Institute

Karolinska Institute is the largest medical university in Europe. It has always been ranked as one of the best and most prestigious universities for medical research.

According to the Academic Ranking of World Universities, Karolinska is ranked 51st among research universities in the world, 11th in Europe and ranked first among universities in Sweden. The Academy offers a variety of programs in health, health, life sciences and post-university programs.

There are also many exchange programs with international universities, including Australia, China, Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands… Karolinska Medical University is the place to be tasked with selecting nobel laureates in 2016. Of the eight Nobel laureates, five studied at Karolinska.

Uppsala University

Founded in 1477, Uppsala University is the oldest university in Sweden. Uppsala University has always been among the best universities in Northern Europe and is often considered one of the most prestigious universities in Sweden.

The three main major areas taught at Uppsala University are Arts and Social Sciences, Medicine, Science and Technology with more than 70 university programs, 60 Master’s, Law, Medicine and Psychology programs which are the most selected disciplines for students.

Due to the increasing number of students enrolled, Uppsala University also gradually increases the criteria for selection of students, the University links training with more than 400 universities in 50 countries around the world. Uppsala University has the largest number of study and research exchange students in Sweden.

Lund University

Lund University is a Public University of Sweden located in Lund city and also has its base in Malmo and Helsingborg. It is one of the most prestigious universities in northern Europe and is regularly ranked in the top 100 best universities in the world.

Founded in 1668, it is the second oldest school in Sweden (Uppsala University only). Lund University offers more than 100 master’s programs and 6 English bachelor’s degrees with 700 courses for student exchange programs.

The university has more than 40,000 students, more than 3,000 students in the post-university program and more than 7,000 employees, considered one of sweden’s largest universities.

Stockholm University

Stockholm University is a public university in Stockholm, Sweden. With over 70,000 students in 4 faculty: Law, Humanities, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, it is one of the largest universities in Scandinavia. Stockholm University was recognized in 1960, becoming the 4th oldest university in Sweden. Like other public universities in the country, teaching and research is the mission of the university.

The university offers 200 undergraduate programmes with 1900 courses to choose from. The University also offers undergraduate programs. Education and research at the university is conducted in the fields of Natural Sciences and Social Sciences and Humanities.

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

The Royal Institute of Technology (Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan), KTH, was founded in 1827 and is Sweden’s largest of technology universities. It is responsible for one-third of Sweden’s capacity for technical research and technical research at the post-secondary level. The university has more than 12,000 university students, 1,600 active post-university students and a staff of 3,000. &nbsp KTH performs outstanding leading education and research of a broad spectrum – from natural sciences to all branches of technology, including architecture, industrial economy, urban planning, scientific work and environmental technology.

In addition to the research done in our department, a large number of jurisdictions are located here in KTH and we contribute to three other countries. KTH is an international organization with research established and educational exchanges worldwide, especially in Europe, america, Australia and Southeast Asia. & NBSP KTH has participated in international cooperation in the early stages, and is currently running a large number of international projects and cooperation with prestigious universities worldwide. KTH is also an attractive university for international students. In 2009 KTH welcomed about 1,500 new international students and 1,349 exchange students, which is more than any other Swedish university.