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About The Country
Sweden is the 3rd largest EU country in land area, after France and Spain.
Sweden is one of the homelands of the Germanic ethnicity and culture. The Goths, the Suevirs and the Norses (Vikings) all trace their origin back to Sweden (as well as Norway and Denmark for the latter).
In the 9th and 10th centuries, Swedish Vikings invaded and settled in parts of Eastern Europe as far as Constantinople and the Caspian Sea. They founded the first kingdom of Russia. All the Tsars of Russia until the last one, Nicholas II, were of Swedish Viking descent.
Sweden has the smallest gender employment-rate gap in the developed world, with only 4% more men in employment than women.
Swedish women have their first child in average at 30 years old, the oldest in Europe along with Ireland and the Netherlands.
Sweden has the highest percentage of working mothers in the developed world, no less than 76% of them.
The Swedes spend the longest time in tertiary education with an average student age of 25.5 years old.
40% of Swedish women and 32% of Swedish men aged 25 to 64 participate in education or training. Compare it to the EU average is 10% for women and 9% for men.
A 2007 UNICEF report on child well-being in rich countries ranked Sweden as the best country on 3 out of 6 dimensions (children's material well-being, health & safety, and behaviours & risks), and second best country overall after the Netherlands.
List of Masters Universities
Stockholm School of Economics
Stockholm University – Stockholm Business School
University of Gothenburg school of business, Economics And Law
Uppsala University Department of Business Studies
LUSEM- Lund University School of Economics & Management
Sweden’s compulsory education is composed of three parts including comprehensive senior secondary and tertiary education
After nine years of compulsory education, about 90% of the students want to further their studies and schools have set up various vocational and academic course and various disciplines that last for 2-4 years.
Students can elect their own school institutions of higher education include traditional universities,colleges,and short term vocational and technical education .
All colleges and universities have free education.
Undergraduate courses are ranging from 3-5 years, After graduation, students can also pursue master’s degree. Doctorate degrees usually take four years of study.
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