Malmo university, a public sector higher education institution, was established in 1998 in the south of Sweden. Its 4 programs in dentistry, art & design, medicine and life sciences & medicine rank in the QS World University Subject Rankings with Dentistry being at the 25th place.
|University Type||Public University|
|No. of Programs (for international students)||Bachelor’s: 7 Master’s: 19|
|Type of Programs||Bachelor’s; 1-year Master’s; 2-year Master’s|
|Mode of study||Full-time; Part-time; Distance|
|No. of PhD students||252|
|Residence Permit Required||Yes|
|Admission Helpline||46 40 665 70 00| email@example.com|
Selection Procedure: For the Bachelor’s program, the students will be selected on the basis final grades (66%) and aptitude test (34%) and for Master’s the selection will be credit based (100%).
The following score is equivalent to English B level taught at the Swedish schools.
|IELTS Academic||6.5 or more|
|TOEFL||Paper Based – 575|
|Internet Based - 90|
|Cambridge Michigan Language Assessment||90|
|Cambridge ESOL||C1 Advanced (CAE)|
|Bachelor’s Programs||Cost/academic year|
|English Studies||2,10,000 SEK|
|European Studies||2,10,000 SEK|
|Human Rights||4,80,000 SEK|
|Interaction Design||2,10,000 SEK|
|International Migration and Ethnic Relations||2,10,000 SEK|
|International Relations||2,10,000 SEK|
|Peace and Conflict Relations||2,10,000 SEK|
Note: The students have to make the tuition fee payment by transferring the money to the Danske Bank account, details of which have been given on the university website.
The university awards its fee-paying Master’s students scholarships, on the basis of academic merit, experience and motivation. To apply for the scholarship, the students are required to submit a one-page CV and an application form.
The international students are also offered scholarships by the Swedish Institute annually.
|Bachelors Tuition Fees||$8099.76|
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$9256.38|