Helene Komlos Grill, Project Manager for International Communications, speaks to a visitor to the Universitys booth at the QS educational fare.
Helene Komlos Grill, Project Manager for International Communications, speaks to a visitor to the University's booth at the QS educational fair.

The Stockholm University team was kept busy throughout the event with a steady flow of visitors. A significant number of students registered their interest in receiving more information about the University and the city of Stockholm and we hope to be able to welcome many of them to the University in the autumn this year.

The approximately 900 prospective students attending the event at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in central London were mainly focussed on studying a master’s programme in Europe, though a number of visitors also had questions about courses and programmes at bachelor’s and PhD levels. Many visitors were surprised to hear that there are neither study nor application fees for students from the EU, EEA and Switzerland.

The event was aimed at those currently studying for an undergraduate degree, recent graduates, or those planning to start their own business. Those attending were offered free advice on funding, admissions and post qualification benefits.

Thank you to all those who visited our booth, we hope to see you in Stockholm soon!

More information: www.topuniversities.com/events/qs-world-grad-school-tour/europe/london

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