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#1 Nabin Shakya

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Posted 15 October 2007 - 08:29 AM

Tution fee 100% free
Requirments IELTS 6.0
Living Cost: very high.
Temperature: very cold

University: very nice and Hi-tech. www.studyinsweden.com
teaching: In english and swedish

Part time jobs: allowed and not so easy.
City: stockholm, gotenburg, Malmo, Lund, Linkopping, Narkopping, jankopping

Population: around 90 lakhs
Transportation: very expensive
swedish People: avarage
Immigrants: Yes, form Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Ethiopea almost muslim countries.

Nepalese in sweden: very less.
If get job income rate: good.
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#2 Bharat Thapa

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Posted 15 October 2007 - 05:43 PM

Short and sweet. Very nice. Thanks for all information Nabin.

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#3 bijita

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Posted 15 October 2007 - 05:59 PM


I pesonally request all the perspective or anticipating students to apply for scholarship which has more chances because if u plan to come here thinking study is free u are almost wrong. for your study material, transportation and lodging and fooding it sucks you very hardly unless you donot have strong and really strong financial support. but your main intention is not to study then come with language you would be blessed and shower with luck. English is no use here people donot give you a **** with other language than Swedish. English has to be locked into your room and classroom.
http://www2.hhs.se/isa/swedish/
there is Uppasala university also
www.uu.se
www.du.se(Dalarna University)
PS:iraki community is so florished here ,the place i'm living, RONNA is also known as little Bagdad.
Welcome to all lets populate Sweden.
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#4 sunil

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Posted 16 October 2007 - 07:55 AM

Yes, Life is truly hard in the Scandinavian Countries, if you have to spend the daily expenses from your pocket. BUt its not so difficult to get jobs too. But speaking SWEDISH is a very good advantage. You can get good job for that. Students studying in Sweden say that if you work for 20 hours per week, you can easily sustain your life there. Also during vacation you can work full time for 3 months and collect money for your future expenses.

In Sweden, you do not have to pay for education, that is a huge advantage. There are also other possibilities to get grants and for that you should be clever enough right from the beginning, at the time of application for course. If you know addtional other european language like french, spanish, german etc., it will be addtional advantage.

Sweden is a very peaceful country to stay and though its very expensive there, you can manage to live on a limited budget if you want.
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#5 dipeshmnm

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Posted 17 October 2007 - 04:39 AM

I have seen some prospect un LUND UNIVERSITY, they ask 4 years degree for masters studies, and i may apply there .. after masters in nepal again masters in another country perhaps sweden.
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#6 DB Sahi

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Posted 24 November 2007 - 09:30 AM

QUOTE(Nabin Shakya @ Oct 15 2007, 08:29 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Tution fee 100% free
Requirments IELTS 6.0
Living Cost: very high.
Temperature: very cold

University: very nice and Hi-tech. www.studyinsweden.com
teaching: In english and swedish

Part time jobs: allowed and not so easy.
City: stockholm, gotenburg, Malmo, Lund, Linkopping, Narkopping, jankopping

Population: around 90 lakhs
Transportation: very expensive
swedish People: avarage
Immigrants: Yes, form Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Ethiopea almost muslim countries.

Nepalese in sweden: very less.

If get job income rate: good.


Thank you bro,
Because of your information I could guide my brother Rabin of my village.



#7 kapeelraja

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Posted 23 January 2008 - 09:12 AM

I wanted to know about the job-prospects of an MBBS doing an MPH from Sweden. What are the opportunities which are available after such degrees and how is the quality of Swedish institutes is regarded in this particular subject area.

Any inputs or suggestions shall be highly appreciated.

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Kapeel Raja



#8 kapeelraja

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Posted 23 January 2008 - 09:13 AM

I wanted to know about the job-prospects of an MBBS doing an MPH from Sweden. What are the opportunities which are available after such degrees and how is the quality of Swedish institutes is regarded in this particular subject area.

Any inputs or suggestions shall be highly appreciated.

--
Kapeel Raja



#9 kapeelraja

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Posted 23 January 2008 - 09:14 AM

I wanted to know about the job-prospects of an MBBS doing an MPH from Sweden. What are the opportunities which are available after such degrees and how is the quality of Swedish institutes is regarded in this particular subject area.

Any inputs or suggestions shall be highly appreciated.

--
Kapeel Raja

#10 dipeshmnm

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Posted 23 January 2008 - 01:42 PM

Kapeel ji, tapai kata hunu hunchha!?




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