Sweden, one of Europe’s underrated study abroad locations, has seen a sharp increase in interest from potential students recently, and we believe we know why. Because Swedish universities offer an open environment and place a big emphasis on group work, studying there is different from studying in other countries. The educational system in Sweden places more of an emphasis on your academic interests than on forcing you to earn a grade.
Sweden does not have any official restrictions on the number of hours a student can work, in contrast to many other nations. Students now have a lot simpler time locating employment opportunities that can lead to lifetime jobs.