International Schools in Sweden
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Sweden International Schools
Education in Sweden is free (from age 6 to 19) and compulsory for all children aged 7 to 15/16, although nearly all start at age 6.
Students who pass exams in at least Swedish, English and mathematics at the age of 15/16 (the vast majority) go on to do three years in gymnasium – upper secondary school (high school) – while the others study educational programmes tailored to their needs.
Most of the responsibility for education rests with local municipalities. The majority of the education budget is financed by local taxes, and approximately half of the municipal budget is spent on education. Sweden is one of the few countries that still provides a free lunch for pupils.