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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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Many universities and colleges worldwide have required their students to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to be able to access campuses,...
The Australian government is developing a new strategy that will help in the recovery of the international education sector that has been...
Union Leader: UK Universities Should Apologize to Students if Learning Will Be Hindered Due to Staff Strike
Members of the University and College Union (UCU) are expected to vote on strike action in the upcoming academic year following the...
International students might be able to return to their Australian education institutions through small phased programs by the end of this year...
UK: Unaccompanied Students Under 18 Arriving From Red Countries Can Isolate in Accommodation Offered by Their Unis
Travelers entering the United Kingdom from red list countries during the past ten days before their arrival in England are subject to...