The Swedish Government will vote on tuition fees for International Students on the 17th March 2009.


Updated: February 4th 2009, once again the government delays the vote and fees look to be pushed back until 2011.

The most recent information from  the Swedish Government says that the vote on the proposal for the internationalisation of higher education, which includes tuition fees for non-EU students, will take place on March 17th 2009.

Here’s the link to the pdf which has this information, it’s a list of all the stuff the government intends to vote on and is, unfortunately, only in Swedish. It’s number 102, page 8.

33 thoughts on “The Swedish Government will vote on tuition fees for International Students on the 17th March 2009.

  1. I am a US student currently anxiously awaiting a residency permit. I have been accepted to study at Stockholm University starting this autumn. Is the Migration Board actually taking three months to process applications? My application was received about a month ago, and if it is not processed in time or if I am turned down, I need to have an alternative plan ready. Does anyone have any personal experience on the subject? Thank you in advance for any information you might be able to provide.
    Jacob

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