Application Fees and Tuition Fees
If you are not a citizen of an EU/EEA country or Switzerland, then you are generally required to pay application/tuition fees in Sweden. The following information applies to non-EU/EEA citizens unless you are applying to Dalarna University through an approved exchange programme.
Are you required to pay fees?
If you are not a citizen of an EU/EEA country or Switzerland, then you must pay application and tuition fees to study in Sweden unless one of these conditions listed on universityadmissions.se applies to you.
How much are the fees?
Tuition fees vary for individual courses, course packages and programmes for a semester of full-time studies (30 credits). Information about tuition fees for these are available on the respective course/programme webpage. The cost of full-time studies at Dalarna University is between 43 500 and 70 000 SEK.
- If you are a student who has been admitted to studies of more than 30 credits, you need only pay tuition fees for one semester of full-time studies at a time.
- You will pay extra for any courses that are not part of your programme.
- If you do not complete a course, you may do so at a later date without having to pay additional fees.
- If Dalarna University approves a transfer of credits, this does not automatically mean that you are entitled to a reduced tuition fee for your programme.
- If you are awarded a scholarship (tuition-fee waiver) by Dalarna University, its value will be deducted from the fee.
Fees for Studies Prior to July 1, 2011
If your programme/course began prior to July 1, 2011, you have until December 31, 2018 to complete it: after this, you will have to pay tuition fees.
When must you pay?
You must pay your application fee by the deadline for submitting supporting documents. If you pay after this date, your application will be considered late, and this could affect your admission chances.
You will receive an invoice for tuition fees after the second notification of selection results.You must pay for the entire semester before the semester starts and by the deadline shown on the invoice.
If you are a registered student and fail to pay by the deadline, you will be unable to continue your studies until you have paid. You must pay your tuition fees before you can receive a residence permit in Sweden. Also note that your admission to Dalarna University is conditional until you have paid your tuition fees in full.
How do you pay your application fee/tuition fees?
The easiest way to pay your application fee is with a Mastercard/Visa from your universityadmissions.se account. You can also use a bank transfer.
Tuition fees can only be paid by bank transfer. If you have been admitted and are required to pay fees, an invoice will be emailed to the address in your universityadmissions.se account. The invoice includes information about completing an international wire transfer as well as the University's account number and your reference number.
International Payments (Flywire)
Dalarna University has partnered with Flywire to facilitate the process of international payments.
Flywire allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, generally in your home currency. By using Flywire, you will save money on bank fees and poor exchange rates. You will also be able to track your payment from start to finish. Throughout the process, a multilingual customer support team can help you with any questions.
Make Your International Student Payment: Step by Step
- First, select the country from which funds will be coming and the payment amount in Swedish Kronor (SEK). In most cases, the SEK amount will be converted into your home currency.
- Next, you will be asked to provide some additional basic information.
- Book the transaction: you will receive an email on how to pay Flywire from your home country bank account.
- Flywire then forwards the funds (in SEK) to Dalarna University, where it will be directly registered to your student billing account.
- You will receive an email to confirm receipt of payment for your reference.
If you have any questions, you will at any time be able to talk to Flywire's customer service team by chat, Skype, email or phone.
What costs do tuition fees cover?
They cover the full cost of study: instruction, lectures, examinations, course and examination certificates. They do not include course literature, accommodation or living expenses.
Migration Board and Proof of Payment: Tuition Fees
When Dalarna University receives confirmation from its bank that you have paid your tuition fees in full, an electronic notification of payment is sent to the Swedish Migration Board. You will receive confirmation of this. You do not need to send any additional proof to the Swedish Migration Board that you have paid your tuition fees.
Dalarna University must provide the following details to the Swedish Migration Board:
- A list of students who must pay tuition fees, and who have been admitted to and have paid tuition fees for programmes/ courses.
- A list of students who have been admitted and who have paid tuition fees but who have not registered in a programme/courses after the final date for registration.
- A list of students who appear to have dropped out of studies after the final date for registration.
Tuition Fee Refunds
The tuition fee may be refunded if you request a refund in writing.
You will receive a refund to the bank account from which the original transaction was made.
No refund will be made as a result of the following:
- Academic suspension or expulsion as a disciplinary measure.
- Withdrawals or leaves of absence from a programme/course.
Also note that
- You are not refunded for any part of the programme /course(s) you have already registered to study.
- The University does not pay interest on refunds.
Additional information about refunds and application/tuition fees can be found in Dalarna University's policy documents:
- Dalarna University Refund Policy and Request for Refund Form (pdf)
- Administrative Routines: Application and Tuition Fees (pdf)
Please send your questions about fees and payment to email@example.com.
Partial International student scholarships are a testament to the University's commitment to support outstanding international students. These partial scholarships are available to international students who have shown great interest and motivation to study with us. They are available to applicants who are required to pay tuition fees for full-time studies at Dalarna University. Usually, every year about 20 exceptional students receive scholarship in the amount of 10-50% of the total tuition fee.
Selection and Decision
Decisions about who has been awarded a scholarship will be made by the following date:
- April 30, 2018 for studies commencing autumn 2018
The Office of Education and Research at Dalarna University processes scholarship applications. Emphasis is on the applicant's previous education, references and personal letter. Priority is given to applicants to on-campus programmes who have been selected in the first universityadmissions.se selection round. There is no age limit. You cannot receive a scholarship for a programme you have already begun.
Scholarship Application Deadline and Documents
You need to upload your CV and reference letter on the universityadmissions.se website as proof that you inquired about a Dalarna University partial scholarship :
- March 1, 2018: late entries are processed in chronological order.
Supporting Documents for Applications
Upload the following documents to your universityadmissions.se account.
- One reference letter (written by a current/former teacher or employer)
Without the universityadmissions application, CV and reference letter your application is incomplete and will not be processed. We encourage your to apply for the programme of your choice by January 15, 2018 on www.universityadmissions.se.
Other (Non-DU) Scholarships
- Some applicants may also be eligible to apply for a Swedish Institute Scholarship.
- Applicants from Belarus can find information about the Open Europe Scholarship Scheme at oess.eu/en.
- Students interested in the Master's Programme in Solar Energy Engineering who are citizens of developing countries may qualify for a scholarship offered by the Global Sustainable Electricty Project.