Jönköping University has around 10,000 students, of which 1,500 are international students. The university is one of the top universities in international student exchange and among the best in Sweden in terms of attracting international students. Jönköping University offers Master's programmes designed to enable students to acquire knowledge and skills essential for a successful professional life. Most of the Master's programmes are taught in English. The Master's degree programmes have been specially developed to draw upon the unique profile and identity of the individual schools and of Jönköping University as a whole. The programmes reflect the University's international focus, entrepreneurship, innovation and spirit of close collaboration with relevant stakeholders in society.
All Bachelor's and Master's students at Jönköping University must be able to pay all additional costs related to living expenses as well as the tuition fees (when applicable) for the full duration of their studies. Living costs include food, accommodation, transport, books and any other expenses.
The following example of a feasible monthly budget will give you some idea of the costs of living in Sweden.
Accommodation: 2,400-4,000 SEK depending on location
Food: 2,000 SEK
Telephone: 300 SEK
Monthly bus tickets: 480 SEK
Laundry and hygiene: 250 SEK
Clothing, hobbies, leisure: 750 SEK
Accommodation: 2,400-4,000 SEK depending on location.
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