- Discussion-based learning:
The educational system of Sweden is based on creativity, that is, students in school and universities are encouraged to discuss topics with each other in groups. Unlike a lecture-based teaching that is predominant in most part of the world, Swedish universities offers an alternative way of learning.
- Country of successful innovation:
Some of the most significant innovation in the history of technology has birth in Sweden such as, computer mouse, Bluetooth, the pacemaker, the ball bearing and dialysis machine and internet application of Skype and Spotify. Sweden has a long history of excellence in research and academia. Moreover, Sweden is home to some of the largest and well-known companies, such as Ericson, ABB, Volvo Group, AstraZeneca, and H&M. Most universities in Sweden are partnered with these companies and offers its student hands on work experience.
- Excellent education system:
Sweden has some of the highest ranking and cutting edge institutions such as, Lund University, University of Western, Skovde University, Dalarna University, University of Boras, Uppsala University and other. The Lund University is ranked as 95th and Uppsala University is ranked as 128th in QS World University.