Jonkoping University, one of the 3 Swedish private, non-profit organizations offering PhD degrees, was founded in 1977. It ranks #1 in the number of business and economics bachelor’s students, reported by The Swedish National Agency for Higher Education report. According to a publication, the university has also been ranked 2nd globally and 1st in Europe in entrepreneurship and research.
|Application Portal||Local portal/national portal|
|No. of Programs (for international students)||Bachelor’s: 7 Master’s: 20 programs PhD: 3|
|No. of Departments||4|
|No. of International Program Students||1594|
|On-Campus Residence Facility||No|
|Residence Permit Required||Yes|
Jonkoping University requires its students to have passed the English proficiency test with a score equivalent to English course 6, which is the Swedish senior secondary level English exam.
|IELTS||6.5 or more|
|TOEFL||90 - Internet|
|575 – Paper-based|
|Cambridge English Language Assessment/Cambridge Michigan Language Assessment/ESOL||-|
|Departments||Bachelor’s programs||Master’s programs|
|Jonkoping International Business School||1,00,000 SEK||1,20,000 SEK|
|School of Education and Communication||1,00,000 SEK||1,17,000 SEK|
|School of Engineering||1,30,000 SEK||1,40,000 SEK|
|School of Wealth and Welfare||1,60,000 SEK||1,17,000 SEK|
Only those students who put Jonkoping University as their first preference of study, will stand qualified to apply for the scholarships. These scholarships are only given on the tuition fees and living expenses such as accommodation, books & supplies, etc. will not be included in it.
The application for scholarships closes in the mid of April.
|Bachelors Tuition Fees||$10954.95|
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$13184.12|