Overseas experiences and intercultural competence is becoming increasingly important. Those who have studied abroad are often given more money in their wallet. The pay gap between the ones with international credentials on their resume and the ones who do not have it, increases. Those with the best prospects in the labor market are the ones who have a Swedish diploma degree when parts of the education are completed abroad. Except a better salary, one or two semesters at a foreign University give you better opportunities for an international career or a job at a multinational company. Exchange studies also gives you improved language skills, new perspectives and international contacts.
Choose between different universities
As a student at the University of Skövde you can choose to study at one of our many partner Universities worldwide. There are different options for exchange studies, depending on what program you take and where you would like to go. If you feel like any of University of Skövdes exchange contracts suits you, you are welcome with your application if you are qualified. The first thing you should do when you are looking to study abroad is to contact email@example.com
Our partner universities
- For students at the University of Skövde there are different options for exchange studies, depending on what program you take and where you would like to go.
- If any of our exchange contracts suits you, you are welcome to apply for a spot if you are qualified.
- You can also go on your own, either to our partner universities or to other universities and countries.
- The first thing you should do if you are interested in studying abroad is to contact your international coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Internationalisation at home
Every year, hundreds of foreign students choose to study at the University of Skövde. That means that during your education, you will get some international perspectives and you can also be a part of other cultures if you would like. Please find more information under the link “International Committee”