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Higher Education News
Known for its plentiful forests and lakes, Sweden is one of the most beautiful countries in Scandinavia and Europe to be visited...
Sweden: Int’l Students Are No Longer Required to Be Physically Present for 50% of Classes to Get a Residency Permit
The Migration Agency has revoked a rule that made it more difficult for international students to get a residence permit in Sweden...
Students living in Denmark but pursuing studies in Sweden are not exempted from the travel ban between the two countries and are...
In a bid to promote higher education amidst COVID-19 pandemic, Sweden Institute in cooperation with Study in Sweden team will organize several...
While many universities in countries across the world are facing a drop in the number of international students due to COVID-19 developments,...
The Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test (SweSAT) will take place this year after being cancelled twice due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Swedish government...
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Over one million fewer students are pursuing a college degree in the United States compared to the period before the COVID-19 pandemic,...
Japan is planning to allow international students to return to the country in phases, with 87 government-funded students returning during the first phase...
Australian universities are welcoming more international students to their campuses ever since the country reopened its borders. Last week, more than 20...
The education institutions in the European Member States are expected to include more learning for environmental sustainability, as the EU Commission has...
50% of international applicants to universities in the United Kingdom did not feel completely ready to start the current academic year, a...