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Study in Scandinavia in 2022

We'll select a university, submit an application for a scholarship, and provide you with a personal advisor

Univibes is an international community of advisors
Our advisors already study at universities in Europe, the USA, and Asia and know everything there is to know about getting into the university. They'll take on most of the work themselves.
Choosing scholarships
We evaluate your experience and choose programs that have the highest chances of being able to provide you with funding
Document preparation
We help you prepare the documents you need and to make sure your application is filled in correctly
Motivational letters
We'll explain how to state your motivation for every higher educational institution and fund and help you prepare for interviews
With you every step of the way
Every client will be accompanied by an advisor with experience studying and living in your target country
Interviews with students, live broadcasts with advisors, everything about universities abroad - on our instagram @univibes.global
4 reasons to choose a Scandinavian university
You can study for free
You can study in Norway and Finland for free provided you know the state languages of these countries.
Good for mental health
Students at Scandinavian universities have noted an informal approach. Professors adjust studies to suit students. There's no competition or fear of judgement.
You can work
Even if you don't receive a scholarship you can work for 20 hours a week. The minimum wage of €15 is enough to provide for an average student.
University independence
Scandinavian universities are constantly developing and introducing new study programs and methods to allow students to receive not just a competitive degree, but also become highly qualified specialists.
The most generous scholarship in Scandinavia
5000 SEK per year for transport
100% of tuition costs covered (Master's)
10,000 SEK monthly stipend
Visa expenses covered
Insurance covered

The Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals is the most generous scholarship for studying in Sweden.

You can receive this scholarship for 1 or 2 years.
You'll need to go through selection based on your documents. You need to be accepted into at least one eligible Master's program at a Swedish University. You need a perfect motivation letter, résumé, letters of recommendation, proof of leadership experience, and at least 3,000 hours of work experience.
Other Scandinavian scholarships
Uppsala University President's Club Scholarship
covers tuition costs at Master's level
Aalto University
Scholarship

covers 50 or 100% of tuition costs at Bachelor's or Master's level
Advisors who have studied on a grant in Scandinavia
Daria
Studies Global Media Studies at Stockholm University with a Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals
Alexandra
Studies in a Master's program in finances at BI Norwegian Business School, receives a President's Club Scholarship that covers all expenses.
Maria
Completed a Master's degree at Lund University in International Human Rights, studied with a Visby scholarship (now known as the Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals).
They did it! And now you can, too
Our clients have received the following invitations.
Countries in Scandinavia with universities we can help you be admitted to
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Evaluating your chances and creating a plan

Start preparing for admission with an hour-long consultation with an advisor.
30$
Full support

900$
We'll assign you a personal advisor who'll monitor the whole process from gathering documents to admission into university.
Scholarship application
420$
We'll help you receive a state or university scholarship by mentoring your application.
• we include a guarantee of admission into university in our contract
Program selection
130$
We'll choose 10 programs and up to 3 scholarships taking the country, specialization, language of study, and your budget into consideration.
Together all the way

We'll assign you a personal advisor who'll monitor the whole process from gathering documents to admission into a university, and help you apply for a visa and find accommodation.
1400$
• we include a guarantee of admission into university in our contract

Together all the way
We'll assign you a personal tutor who will help you be admitted to a university, receive a scholarship or grant, get a visa, and find accommodation.
1400 $
You'll fill in a form. We'll assign you an advisor for your target country and have an initial consultation. You'll get to know your advisor and tell them about where you'd like to go.
1
Your advisor will choose 10 study programs and scholarships for them. You'll choose 5 programs and 3 scholarships you'd like to apply for.
2
Your advisor will prepare templates for motivational letters, letters of recommendation, and a résumé. They'll prepare 5-6 sets of documents and send applications to universities. After that, we'll wait for the results and then prepare you for your interviews.
3
We'll sign a contract and include a guarantee. If you aren't admitted to a university, we'll send applications for free next year.
You'll get a 40$ discount and a trial lesson in a foreign language at Univibes School
2 payments for 1400$
Your advisor will find accommodation and help you prepare your documents and application for a visa.
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Evaluating your chances and creating a plan
An advisor will answer all your questions, evaluate your chances of admission, and prepare a strategy in a one-hour paid consultation.
30$
Fill out a form and send your questions regarding admission. Attach any documents you need, such as your academic transcript or résumé. Your advisor will go over them.
1
We'll choose an advisor based on your profile. They will analyze your form and prepare recommendations for admission within one working day. After that, we'll contact you and find a convenient time for a call on Zoom.
2
The consultation will last one hour. During it, the advisor will answer your questions, evaluate your chances of admission, and explain how to prepare the necessary documents. Following the consultation, we'll email you useful links and resources.
3
Scholarship application
We'll assign you a personal advisor who will help you get a state or major private scholarship, such as DAAD, Chevening, Fulbright, GKS, Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals, MEXT, Bayhost, Erasmus Mundus*, and others.
420 $
You'll fill in a form. We'll assign you an advisor for your target country and have an initial consultation. You'll get to know your advisor and tell them about where you'd like to go.
1
Your advisor will choose the scholarships that suit you best. You'll choose one and begin preparing to apply.
2
Your advisor will prepare a template for a motivational letter and write 3 letters of recommendation. They'll help you fill out an application form and prepare you for your interviews.
3
Купить в рассрочку
* Рассрочка от Тинькофф доступна только для граждан РФ. Для граждан Беларуси, Украины, Казахстана предоставляем рассрочку от компании.
* Erasmus Mundus - 550$
Program selection
We'll choose 10 programs and up to 3 scholarships taking the country, specialization, language of study, and your budget into consideration.
130 $
You'll fill in a form. We'll assign you an advisor for your target country and have an initial consultation. You'll get to know your advisor and tell them about where you'd like to go.
1
The consultation will last one hour. During it, the advisor will answer your questions, evaluate your chances of admission and explain how to prepare the necessary documents. Following the consultation, we'll email you useful links and resources.
2
Your advisor will choose 10 study programs and up to 3 scholarships. All you'll need to do is prepare your documents, send your applications to universities, and await the results.
3
Купить в рассрочку
*Рассрочка от Тинькофф доступна только для граждан РФ. Для граждан Беларуси, Украины, Казахстана предоставляем рассрочку от компании.
Full support
We'll assign you a personal tutor who will help you be admitted to university and receive a scholarship or grant.
900 $
You'll fill in a form. We'll assign you an advisor for your target country and have an initial consultation. You'll get to know your mentor and tell them about where you'd like to go.
1
Your advisor will choose 10 study programs and scholarships for them. You'll choose 5 programs and 3 scholarships you'd like to apply for.
2
Your advisor will prepare templates for motivational letters, letters of recommendation, and a résumé. They'll prepare 5-6 sets of documents and send applications to universities. After that, we'll wait for the results and then prepare you for your interviews.
3
We'll sign a contract with the universities and include a guarantee. If you aren't admitted to a university, we'll send applications for free next year.
You'll get a 40$ discount and a trial lesson in a foreign language at Univibes School
2 payments of 900$
Full support for Studienkolleg, the Foundation program, or a year studying a language at university costs 420 $.
More about going to Scandinavian universities
Deadlines for submitting applications for academic year 2022-23
We're looking for candidates for March and September 2022, and March 2023.

The minimum period for preparing for admission is 3 months, but the ideal period is 12-18 months. If you want to be admitted this year, then start preparing as soon as possible.

The deadline for accepting applications depends on the country, university, and program. This is usually March for the Autumn Semester, and August to October for the Spring Semester.
Areas of study
Students tend to enroll in Scandinavian universities for research programs. Technology, humanitarian, and natural sciences are the most popular, for example engineering (in particular oil and construction), architecture, entrepreneurship and IT. Education here is famous for its practicality.
Scholarship options
There is a wide array of scholarship programs in Scandinavia. Here are some of them:

Global Professionals (formerly Visby) — the most generous scholarship for studying in Sweden. It includes 100% of tuition costs, a monthly stipend of SEK 10,000, visa expenses, transport expenses up to 5000 SEK per academic year, and insurance.

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP — covers tuition costs at Master's level (Sweden).

Aalto University Scholarship — 50 and 100% of tuition costs covered at Bachelor's and Master's level (Finland).

NORWEGIAN-RUSSIAN SCHOLARSHIP — a monthly stipend of 11,450 NOK for studying at Master's and Bachelor's level at some Norwegian universities.

IT University of Copenhagen State Scholarships in Denmark — covers the cost of tuition plus some expenses for a Master's student (Denmark).
Documents required for admission
Being admitted to a Scandinavian university requires:

  • Certificate of completed school education / Bachelor's or Master's degree with a notarized translation into English or the language of your target country.
  • Certificate confirming completion of a language test.
  • Letters of recommendation.
  • Motivation letter.
  • A résumé.
  • Description of your research project (for PhD).
  • Portfolio for creative subjects (optional).
Cost of living
Scandinavian countries have a higher standard of living. Cost of living is not cheap here either.
You'll need around €1000-1500 per month.
Which universities can I be admitted to?
Some universities you can go to with help from a Univibes advisor:

University of Helsinki (Finland)
University of Turku (Finland)
Aalto University (Finland)
Aarhus University (Denmark)
Technical University of Denmark
University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
Uppsala University (Sweden)
Lund University (Sweden)
Stockholm University (Sweden)
University of Oslo (Norway)
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
University of Bergen (Norway)
Language requirements
Knowing Swedish, Finnish or Norwegian will be a very big advantage for any foreign candidate. Every year, there are more and more academic programs taught in English. There is less of a choice for Bachelor's programs, and considerably more if you want to study a Master's or Postgraduate course in Scandinavia.

Studying in Finnish will require a YKI certificate.

Certificates proving proficiency in Swedish include TISUS and Svenska 3.

Studying in Danish requires a Studieprøven i dansk som andetsprog / Danskprøve 2 certificate.

International students who want to study in Norway must pass a Bergentest at B2+ or a language test at their chosen university with at least a C+.
Cost of tuition
Tuition is free in Finnish and Swedish. English-language programs cost €10,000-12,000 per year.

Danish Bachelor's and Master's programs cost €10,000-12,000 per year, and PhD programs are free for everyone.

Swedish and English-language programs in Sweden cost approximately the same and can vary between €6,000 and €21,000 per year. PhD programs in both languages are free for everyone.

Studying in Norwegian at Norwegian state universities is practically free, apart from a small fee of €40-80 per semester. It goes to serve the needs of the university.
Student visa
To receive a long term visa:

- In Finland, you require at least 6720 euros per year in your bank account.

- In Denmark you need to prove that you have sufficient financial independence, for example with a bank statement (6243 DKK/month, maximum 12 months). If you've already paid for your first semester, you don't need to provide any additional documents.

- In Sweden, you need to have around 10,000 euros per year for accommodation.

- In Norway you must have a minimum 121,220 NOK for your first year of tuition either in a Norwegian bank account or in a deposit at the university, or have proof of an education grant. If your tuition is paid, then you should add your cost of tuition to this amount.
COVID-19 pandemic
You shouldn't defer your admission because of the pandemic, you can travel abroad with a student visa without any issues.

The pandemic actually makes it easier to be admitted and receive grants. Students are afraid of entering university and are deferring their education, meaning there's less competition for places.
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