General information about the fees is available at application and tuition fees general criteria, at universityadmissions.se.
Application fees are not paid to the university. They are paid to University Admissions, the official website for applying to studies in Sweden.
The University of Skövde has tuition fees in two price brackets for study programmes (per academic year – 60 credits). These are the fees for the academic year 2023/2024 and 2024/2025:
- Programmes in price bracket 1 (P1): 95,000 SEK (per academic year – 60 credits)
- Programmes in price bracket 2 (P2): 135,000 SEK (per academic year – 60 credits)
The tuition fees for separate courses are divided into three price brackets
(per one credit). These are the fees for the academic year 2023/2024 and 2024/2025:
- Courses in price bracket 1 (C1): 2,250 SEK (per credit)
- Courses in price bracket 2 (C2): 2,750 SEK (per credit)
- Courses in price bracket 3 (C3): 4,000 SEK (per credit)
Price bracket 1
Humanities, Law, Social Science, and Teaching/Education belong to price bracket 1.
Price bracket 2
Life Science, Technology, Medicine, Health Science, and Design belong to price bracket 2.
Price bracket 3
Design and Music belong to price bracket 3.
An application fee of 900 SEK (Swedish kronor) should be paid to University Admissions according to their instructions in order for your application to be processed.
The application fee is administered by University Admissions, not the University of Skövde.
Payment of the tuition fee
Once you have received your notification of selection results (admission letter) to the University of Skövde, you will receive an invoice by email. With the invoice you will receive information on how and when the payment of the tuition fee should be made.
The payment should be made by bank transfer. The tuition fee is to be paid in Swedish kronor (SEK). If payment is not made on the dates stated on the invoice, the admission will be cancelled or you will be suspended from studies.
The payment should be made in advance before each semester in accordance to the invoice.
If you have been granted a scholarship, the amount awarded will be deducted from your invoice accordingly.
Once the first instalment of the tuition fee is paid, you will be able to apply for your residence permit for studies through the Swedish Migration Agency.
For detailed information, please read our Guidelines regarding tuition fees.