Afroscandic discussed one-on-one with Pernilla Danielsson, the Director of International Center, University of Gothenburg, Sweden to know the various benefits that are available for international students that would like to study at the institution. If you are considering studying in Sweden you might want to take a good look at the University of Gothenburg and the unique opportunities it offers.
The University of Gothenburg is one of the major Universities in Europe and in Sweden particularly. It offers a wide range of Programs for the international students that are taught in English.
For the international student in need of resident permit or visa before coming to Sweden, application into the University of Gothenburg is opened from 1 December 2013 until 15 January 2014. For more information please visit their website
To be an international student in Gothenburg means much more than just studying, you will appreciate the spiritual and social life that the city offers. You have the opportunity of meeting new friends that will positively impact your life. The campus environment is multicultural and friendly with unique housing facilities and very good transportation services.
When it comes to the overall students’ living experience, University of Gothenburg is ranked number 1 according to The International Student Barometer (ISB survey) 2012.
Afroscandic is therefore very happy to bring you the interview we had with the director for International Center Pernilla Danielsson. Happy viewing!
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