In general, individuals who are citizens of countries outside of the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland are required to pay application and tuition fees. There are some exceptions to this general rule.
More information regarding who is required to pay fees.
The following fees apply for the academic year 2015/2016. The amounts will vary depending on the school and programme. The tuition fee will be charged in advance for each semester (30 ECTS).
Bachelor's programmes (3 year programmes): SEK 100,000 per academic year.
Master's programmes (1 and 2 year programmes): SEK 120,000 per academic year.
Bachelor's programmes (3 year programmes): SEK 100,000 per acacemic year.
Master's programmes: SEK 117,000 per academic year.
Bachelor's programmes (3 year programmes): SEK 125,000 per academic year.
Master's Programmes (2 year programmes): SEK 135,000 per academic year.
Higher Education Diploma (Eksjö Campus) (2 year programmes): 120,000 per academic year.
Master's programmes (1 year programmes): SEK 117,000 per academic year (web based).
Students with citizenship in a country outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland are required to pay a SEK 900 (approximately EUR 100) application fee. You pay one application fee, regardless of how many programmes or courses you apply for during the current admission period.
Jönköping University offers a local admission for international students to apply directly to us. The application period is: November 2 - April 15.
After placing an online application, students should send all supporting documents directly to Jönköping University Admissions, within 2 weeks, or by the latest, May 1, to be considered if places are still available.
Note: If you are applying to multiple Swedish universities, you may prefer to use universityadmissions.se, the national admission system (which is open from October 16- January 15). However, if only applying to us, we strongly recommend our local admission.
The application fee must be paid when the application is submitted (please follow the Instructions for Application). Tuition fees are paid to the university directly. The payment is divided into equal installments; one payment per semester. The first installment of tuition fee is paid before the application for a residency permit can be approved.
In Sweden, all offers of admission are considered preliminary until the student has paid the first installment of his or her tuition fee.
Content updated 2016-10-11