This video presents the interview of Two students studying in Sweden and Finland. Mr. Asim Mohammed is a student at Chalmers University in Sweden and working on his thesis at ABB, Ludvika. Asim received Swedish Institute Study Scholarship with 100 % fee waiver + 900 Euro per month + travel grant. Mr. Adithya Vangari is a student at Aalto University Finland with a scholarship of 100 % fee waiver. In his second year, he also got the Nordic Tech5 scholarship to study at KTH, Sweden. They both have shared studying and living in Sweden and Finland. Mainly the below topics have been addressed.
(1) Why Sweden or Finland?
(2) Application Procedure for Masters in Sweden and Finland
(3) Tuition fee, scholarships in Sweden and Finland,?
(4) Cost of living in Sweden and Finland
(5) Grades, Internships, and tier impact on job
(6). Part-time jobs in Sween and Finland
(7) Career prospects after masters in Sweden and Finland.
(8) What is the cutoff percentage of marks to get admission in Sweden and Finland ?
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