1 year ago (2017-03-24 15:01:15)

Study in Sweden - Krishna Cosultants

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At Swedish Universities, the emphasis is firmly on developing your ability to question the status quo by assessing information, seeking new perspectives and coming up with well-informed opinions. 

•  Sweden's  29 national parks and nearly 4,000 nature reserves  offer you the opportunity to ski, hike, fish, swim, and mountain bike.

•  Independence of mind and the fact that everyone can make their voice heard are two of the reasons why Sweden consistently ranks among the world's most innovative nations.

•  The entire Swedish higher education system is ranked  number two in the world and number one in relation to GDP , and several Swedish universities are ranked by the  Times Higher Education  and the  Academic Ranking of World Universities  as being among the world's top seats of learning.

•  In Sweden, innovative ideas and new ways of thinking are cultivated and encouraged in an inclusive, dialogue-based climate. The focus is on translating theory into practical results by applying research to real-world problems.

•  Sweden offers a non-hierarchical and egalitarian environment where teachers and students from around the world collaborate in an informal and creative setting. Students have a direct influence, both as a collective and as individuals.

•  Sweden is a fun, dynamic and exciting country to study in. When you study in Sweden, you are part of a culture that readily adopts new ideas and influences and attaches great importance to exchange with the outside world. As part of a dynamic international student body, you learn from your classmates' perspectives at the same time as you yourself are an influencer.

•  Swedish Universities are renowned for their investigative research and independent thinking. Much focus is placed on developing students' ability to engage in critical thinking through an analytic mindset.

•  Sweden has one of the most ambitious educational evaluation programs in the world, aimed at maintaining the system's competitive edge. Swedish Universities have an open learning environment, with a strong focus on group work and cooperation.

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