Tuition Fees and Scholarships
Students who are citizens of a country outside of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland are required to pay an application and tuition fee. For more information, visit University Admissions.
All fee-paying students are guaranteed housing, and this will be offered to them by SLU. Fee-paying students who are granted a scholarship are still guaranteed housing.
Students who are citizens of a country within the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland are not required to pay an application or tuition fee.
Exchange students and PhD students are not required to pay tuition fees.
SLU charges between SEK 85 000 and SEK 260 000 per academic year (maximum 60 HE credits). Below you will find a list of tuition fees for each discipline.
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Payment of Tuition Fees
An application fee of SEK 900 (approximately EUR 100) applies to all SLU programmes and courses. To apply, visit University Admissions.
Once students have received notification of acceptance to SLU and have confirmed their acceptance, they will receive an invoice by email for the tuition fees for the first semester. Along with the invoice, students will receive information on how and when payment should be made. Once the tuition fees for the first semester are paid, students can apply for your residence permit through the Swedish Migration Board, Migrationsverket.
Refund of Tuition Fees
SLU does not refund tuition fees; but exceptions can be made in individual cases if it has been established that there are exceptional and mitigating circumstances. We can only make refunds to the same bank account that the tuition fee was paid from. To avoid problems regarding refunding, we strongly recommend you make a bank wire transfer from an account where you are the registered account holder. For further information, please contact the Admissions Office at SLU.
Scholarships are available for fee-paying students admitted to Master's programmes. The scholarships are awarded by both SLU and the Swedish Institute (SI).
Scholarships offered by SLU
For the fall semester 2014 SLU will offer 10-12 scholarships. The SLU scholarships are offered to students applying for a two years master’s programme as their first choice on their application on www.universityadmissions.se.
Information about scholarships at SLU, including how to apply, is sent after the application deadline in mid-January to all applicants that have prioritized an SLU master’s programme as their first choice on their application. Scholarships offered by SLU cover tuition fees only (not the cost of living).
Scholarships offered by the Swedish Institute
Scholarships awarded by the Swedish Institute cover both tuition fees and cost of living. There is a number of different scholarships available depending of your background.
To read more about scholarships from the Swedish Institute, please visit: