Application and tuition fees for students outside the EU/EEA

Application and tuition fees for applicants to undergraduate and graduate level who are not citizens of the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland.

The application fee
The application fee is SEK 900 (approximately 100 EUR).

The tuition fee
The tuition fee is paid directly to Konstfack. Tuition fees are in Swedish kronor (SEK). The fees, which will be paid per semester, must be paid before the student begins/continues his or her studies at the college.


Konstfack tuition fees for students from outside the EU/EEA

  Fee per year (SEK)   Fee total (SEK)
Master’s program, 120 credits (2 years) 265 000   530 000
       
Bachelor’s programs, 180 credits (3 years) Fee per year (SEK)   Fee total (SEK)
Ceramics and glass 250 000   750 000
Fine Art 285 000   855 000
Graphic design and Illustration 235 000   705 000
Industrial design 235 000   705 000
Interior Architecture & Furniture Design 235 000   705 000
Textile 250 000   750 000
Ädellab 240 000   720 000
       
Visual Arts Teacher Education Program Fee per year (SEK)   Fee total (SEK)
Visual Arts Teacher Education Program, 270 credits
200 000   900 000
Visual Arts Teacher Education Program, 300 credits 200 000   1 000 000

 

Professional courses   Fee total (SEK)
1 credit (högskolepoäng)   3 500    
7,5 credits (högskolepoäng)   26 250    
15 credits (högskolepoäng)   52 500
   
30 credits (högskolepoäng)   105 000    
60 credits (högskolepoäng)   210 000    
     
Separate decision for professional course CuratorLab    
60 credits (högskolepoäng)   225 000


Exceptions

There are certain exceptions from the requirement to pay application and/or tuition fees, for example for those who:
• have a permanent residency permit in Sweden

• have a limited-time residency permit in Sweden for other reasons than study

• are a family member of a citizen in an EU/EEA country, or a Swiss citizen, and have the right to reside temporarily or permanently in Sweden

• have the status of a permanent resident of Sweden

• have the status of a permanent resident of another EU/EEA country and have a residency permit in Sweden

• are a student at a foreign university but are carrying out a limited portion of their education at a Swedish university as part of an exchange agreement which implies that the tuition fee shall not be charged by the Swedish university

The application fee does not need to be paid if you are registered in a course at a Swedish university at the time of application.

Updated: 18 October 2010
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