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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 27 november 2007 kl 09.00
Students enjoying a summer's day at Uppsala University

Grab your books and lecture notes, a Swedish university special today, as we delve deep into Sweden’s academic life.

Sweden’s minister for higher education and research announces plans for a commission to investigate ways Swedish universities can enhance their independence from the state.

A group of students and young people from the five Nordic nations are intent on preserving the special bonds between the Nordic neighbours, as we hear from Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller.

You can’t beat a Swedish university education it seems as ever greater numbers of students from around the world come to Sweden to study. Azariah Kiros discovers why so many foreign students find Swedish universities so appealing.

Closing music: ”Hit”, The Wannadies.

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