Students with citizenship in a country outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland, who are admitted to a Swedish Higher Education Institution will be required to pay tuition fees. The decision was taken by the Swedish Parliament in April 2010 and will be in force from autumn semester 2011.
Information about the tuition fees at Chalmers
The same category of students will also be required to pay an application fee of 900 SEK. The application fee is administrated by the Swedish Agency for Higher Education Services (VHS) via the application portaluniversityadmissions.se and the tuition fees by Chalmers.
Chalmers offers a number of scholarships to prospective Master's students. Find out more about these and other scholarships.
Citizens from countries exempted from paying fees
Students who are EU/EEA or Swiss citizens are exempted from paying tuition and application fees. The exempted countries are
. Students who are citizens of countries which do not belong to the previously mentioned category are generally required to pay the application and tuition fee. There are certain exceptions, please visit universityadmissions.se
for further information on general rules and exceptions
. You are required to provide documentation of your citizenship status in order for your application to be processed. Deadlines for all supporting documents are listed at Key dates
Exchange students at Chalmers are exempted from fees
Non EU/EEA or Swiss students admitted to courses or programmes at Chalmers via an approved exchange program (e.g. Erasmus, World Wide, Double degree) will not pay tuition fees to Chalmers. This is provided that they are enrolled in and nominated by their home University.
As a non EU/EEA or Swiss exchange student you will be liable to pay thefees set out above if you apply for additional courses or another programme at Chalmers.