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Students who are citizens of countries outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, are required to pay a tuition fee for studies in Sweden.


Tuition fee

Students who are citizens of countries outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, are required to pay a tuition fee for studies in Sweden.

Students who are citizens of countries outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, are required to pay a tuition fee for studies in Sweden.

Amount of first instalment

Bachelor’s programmes:

Analytical Finance

57,500 SEK

International Business Management

49,250 SEK


Master’s programmes:

Caring Science and Nursing

67,500 SEK

Engineering Mathematics

67,500 SEK

Financial Engineering

67,500 SEK

Innovation and Design

67,500 SEK

Intelligent Embedded Systems

67,500 SEK

International Marketing

49,250 SEK

Physiotherapy

67,500 SEK

Product and Process Development

67,500 SEK

Public Health

67,500 SEK

Social Work

67,500 SEK

Software Engineering, 60 credits

67,500 SEK

Software Engineering, 120 credits

67,500 SEK

Sustainable Energy Systems

67,500 SEK

Work Life Studies

67,500 SEK


Please note

  • The payment must be made in full (no partial payments are accepted) and should be paid in SWEDISH KRONOR (SEK)
  • Your name and personal code number are used as the reference text when making the payment. You will find your personal code number on the first page of your Notification of Selection results, it’s your birth details in the form YYYYMMDD-XXXX
  • All bank charges should be at the sender’s account
  • Updated due to the Corona situation:Your payment must reach our bank account no later than 15 June for new students and 14 August for current students. Ask your bank when the transfer is initiated and how long it will take for the funds to reach Sweden to ensure that payment is not delayed. The due date 15 June for new students is fixed and no extensions after that date will be granted. This is due to the payment being a crucial part of the residence permit process.
  • Any refund of tuition fee must be requested. Please see further down.


University address

Mälardalen University
Box 883
SE-721 23 Västerås
SWEDEN

Bank address:

Danske Bank Sverige
Box 7523
SE-103 92 Stockholm
SWEDEN

International account details:

IBAN: SE 21 1200 0000 0128 1011 2525

SWIFT/BIC: DABASESX

(If making the payment from a Swedish bank account, please use our Swedish account number: BG 5201-5864)

By paying your tuition fee you confirm your admission.


For questions related to:

The tuition fee, receipt etc. tuitionfee@mdh.se

Admission to MDH antagningen@mdh.se

General questions about studying at MDH, residence permit, housing etc. mdhstudent@mdh.se

Tuition fees for the academic year for courses offered by Mälardalen University as of the academic year 2020/2021. The list shows the fees for full time studies.


Fees for courses within subject area

Listed below are the fees per year for courses for respective subject areas.

Humanities, Social Sciences and Education

98,500 SEK

Science, Technology, Health Care and Medicine

135,000 SEK

Design

260,000 SEK

Music

230,000 SEK

The prices apply for a full year and are set in Swedish Crowns (SEK). They cover only a maximum of 30 ECTS credits per semester (60 ECTS per academic year). The tuition fee is paid per semester in advance, and the first term must be paid before the studies begin.


Determining if you are required to pay application and tuition fee:

For more information, please visit www.universityadmissions.seexternal link


Refund of tuition fee

In accordance with Section 12 of the Ordinance on Application Fees and Tuition Fees, the University may refund the whole or a part of the tuition fee if a student has paid the tuition fee but is no longer liable to payment in accordance with Section 5 of the Ordinance on Application Fees and Tuition Fees. The refund shall relate to the part of the study programme for which the student is not liable to payment.

The University may also refund the whole or a part of the tuition fee if a student for other reasons is no longer liable to payment in accordance with Section 4 of the Admission Regulations for Mälardalen University. A refund should in that case be made at the latest before the current academic year is finished.

In cases where a student who is required to pay tuition fees has paid for the semester for which deferment has been granted, no refund is normally made but the fee is valid for the semester immediately following the deferment period. A person wishing to commence studies after the period of deferment shall abide by the instructions in the deferment decision, i.e. re-register for the course of study programme for which deferral was granted, and enclose a copy of the deferment decision.

In cases where a student who is required to pay a tuition fee has paid for the semester for which leave has been granted, no refund is normally made but the fee is valid for the semester immediately after the leave of studies.


Due to the Corona pandemic MDH has, in line with the recommendations from the Association for Swedish Higher Education Institutions (in Swedish SUHF), decided to also refund the tuition fee to international students who cannot commence their education due to the following reasons:

  • that the education cannot be given
  • that the students can’t get a residence permit (stated in the admission regulations and is mentioned in the refund application form)
  • that the students are unable to travel (e.g. due to closed borders).

The entire instalment made for the first semester is refunded, without potential deduction for administrative costs.
Please note that no refund or reduction of the fee will be made due to the education having shifted from on-campus to distance teaching.
Declining the offer of an education must be made at the latest three weeks after the start of the course.

Application for refund of tuition fee

Fill in and submit the form to the Admissions office: antagningen@mdh.se