A university degree is an investment in your future. For studies at Malmö University, some students are required to pay application and tuition fees.
Students with citizenship in countries outside of the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland are generally required to pay application and tuition fees.
Swedish citizens, as well as citizens of other EU/EEA countries or Switzerland, are not required to pay application and tuition fees. As an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen, you must upload documentation showing your citizenship to your application on University Admissions.
Fee-paying students are subject to the same services, rights and obligations as non-fee-paying students, such as study and career counselling, student health care, disability services, access to library and university facilities.
What does the tuition fee cover?
For programme students, the tuition fee covers:
full-time studies on bachelor’s or master’s level, 60 credits per academic year;
an accommodation offer from University Housing (rent is not included);
one Swedish or English language course;
comprehensive insurance (FAS by Kammarkollegiet) and
Price list for programmes
The tuition fees listed below are for degree programmes starting academic year 2022. The amounts are shown in Swedish Crowns (SEK).
Follow the links below to see the tuition fee instalment for the programme that you are interested in. The tuition fees are divided into two types of instalments. 'Full tuition fee' corresponds to the total fee, and 'first instalment' is the fee per year.
The tuition fee must be paid per academic year and in advance. It cannot be divided into smaller instalments. Below is a step-by-step guide on the payment process.
An email with payment information will be sent to admitted students after the Notification of Selection Results have been published.
Choose your payment method. We recommend students to pay by credit card.
Make sure to allow for extra time when making the payment. Even if your bank statement shows the amount has been withdrawn, it may take up to a couple of weeks to confirm payments.
A confirmation email will be sent to you once Malmö University has received your payment.
Malmö University will inform your payment to the Swedish Migration Agency.
Fee-paying students are conditionally admitted as they are required to pay tuition fees. Please note that this status will not change in your University Admissions profile, even though Malmö University has confirmed your payment.
Newly-admitted students (first-year payment): June 1, 2022
Current students (second or third-year payment): August 1, 2022
Consequences of late payments
If you pay after the deadline it cannot be guaranteed that you will get your residence permit in time for the start of the semester. This is due to the processing time needed by the Swedish Migration Agency. If you have questions concerning your application, please contact the Migration Agency.
The payment needs to be completed in order to register for studies. If you do not pay the tuition fees on time, you will be suspended from your studies until payment has been completed.
Malmö University accepts the three payment methods listed below. Keep in mind that you are responsible for any charges from your bank and currency exchange fees associated with the payment.
Payment by credit card
Malmö University offers the option to pay by credit card online. Admitted students will receive detailed information on how to pay.
Inform your bank that you wish to make a transfer in Swedish Crowns (SEK). If your bank cannot transfer in Swedish Crowns, make sure the amount you transfer is equivalent to the invoiced amount of Swedish Crowns.
Include your name and personal identification number as a reference with the transfer (you can find your personal identification number on the top-left corner of your Notification of Selection Results).
Account name/beneficiary: Malmo University Bank: Danske Bank Account number: 12810112584 IBAN: SE77 1200 0000 0128 1011 2584 BIC/Swift code: DABASESX Bank address: Box 7523, 103 92 Stockholm, Sweden
Payment by Swedish bank account
If you pay your tuition fee from a Swedish bank account, you can:
transfer to Malmö University's account 1281 0112584 at Danske Bank, or;
make a payment to Bankgiro 5052-4958.
If your plans change and you will not study at Malmö University, you can request for a tuition fee refund. The application fee to University Admissions is an administrative fee and is non-refundable. Below are some situations where students are entitled to a tuition fee refund.
Refunds before enrolment
A full tuition fee refund is granted to students who request a refund before registering for studies. The refund request form should be completed as soon as possible.
All refund applications submitted before enrolment are approved regardless of the basis for the request. Such basis include, but are not limited to, a rejection of residence permit application and/or deciding not to commence or continue studies.
Refunds for early withdrawal
Students who have registered for a programme but decide to leave their studies can apply for an early withdrawal. An early withdrawal must be made within the first 21 days into the semester for a student to be granted a full tuition fee refund.
Students must submit a notification of withdrawal and a completed refund request form to be granted a full or partial tuition fee refund.