Application and tuition fees

This is a brief summary of what applies for application and tuition fees. It primarily concerns international students. Full information is available on the University Admissions in Sweden website, univerityadmissions.se.

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General information about fees

KMH's courses are free of charge for citizens of the EU , the EEA countries Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein and of Switzerland. Everyone who wants to study free of charge must prove their right to to so.

Citizens in other countries need to pay registration fee and tuition fee. There are some exceptions.

Showing the right to study without fees

Swedish citizens enter their national registration address in Sweden in connection with the application, thereby strengthening their right to study without paying fees.

Applicants from other EU Member States, from the EEA States Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein and from Switzerland, shall submit documents showing or strengthening the right to study without paying fees. Use an authenticated copy of valid passport or valid ID card where citizenship appears. Upload the documents to your account at universityadmissions.com, as a supporting document when you apply.

Third-country nationals pays tuition fees

If you are not a citizen of an EU / EEA state or of Switzerland, you are a so-called third-country national. You are then required to pay tuition fees.

You will also pay a registration fee, otherwise your application will be void and you can not be accepted. If you already are a registered student at another Swedish university or college, you do not need to pay a registration fee.

Exemption from tuition fee

You can invoke exemptions from the obligation to pay tuition fees. For example, it may be that you have a residence permit in Sweden or another EU state.

In connection with the application, you must submit documents that strengthen your right to exemptions from the liability to pay tuition fees.

Handling of fees

The registration fee is currently 900 SEK. It is entirely handled by the Swedish Council for Higher Education, UHR, and is paid in conjunction with applying on their website universityadmissions.se.

The tuition fee is currently 250.000 SEK/academic year. It is determined by KMH's principal and handled by KMH. The fee will be billed on a regular basis.

All information is available at universityadmissions.se

Everything you need to know about application and fees is available at UHR's website universityadmissions.se – see link below.