schools in sweden
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All the key info about every International School in Stockholm: their extracurricular activies, if teachers are native, class sizes, fees, school bus availability, etc.
Find universities in Sweden and browse through their programs to find the ones that suit you best. Get all info about the various study options in Sweden and compare the tuition fees and length of study. You can save time and contact universities in Sweden directly: fill out the”Request free information” form, which will put you in contact with the admissions office.
On this page you can search for Universities, Colleges and Business schools in Sweden. You will easily find all information about the top ranked universities in Sweden. Click on”Read more” for a detailed description of the university and an overview of the study programs offered.
On the general courses at folk high schools, you can improve your skills and knowledge and qualify for higher education. There are also courses in many different fields. Folk high schools offer a large range of culture-oriented courses. For example, you can study preparatory courses in art, music, dance, drama, photography and writing. Examples of other course specialisations are global development work, IT, and healthy lifestyle. Many folk high schools offer accommodation. You can read more about folk high schools on the website Folkhögskola.nu.
There are folk high schools in many places in Sweden. Folk high schools are a different form of education with many different specialisations.
From March 17 and throughout the spring all teaching at Swedish upper secondary schools and in adult education, higher vocational education and higher education has been conducted remotely or online. On May 29 the Government announced that upper secondary schools can return to regular instruction on the school premises as of June 15.
Published 18 June 2020
During the same period, the number of primary schools peaked in 2012, amounting to 4,909 schools. Since then, the number of schools gradually decreased even though the number of pupils constantly increased, and in 2019 the number of primary schools was 4,829. The increase in the number of pupils in primary school combined with a decreasing number of schools resulted in a constant increase in the number of pupils per primary school since 2012. In 2018, there were on average 221 pupils per primary school in Sweden.
Expenditure per pupil
The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.
On www.ibo.org >, you can find a list of all IB schools in Sweden > and here is a link to the Scandinavian School of Brussels >, also a member of ASIB.