Sweden’s education system for international students is known for its quality and openness. If students wish to earn while they learn, a study in Sweden gives them opportunities to add to the lure of that extra pocket money by part-time work while you study. Sweden grants permission to international students the right to work while they study. The Swedish law allows all international students to work for an unlimited number of hours along with their studies. There is no limit on the number of hours you can work compared to other countries. All employed students are supposed to manage their studies and follow a work schedule that will not interfere with their studies. In other words, international students working rights in Sweden give you more liberty compared to other countries. If you’re from outside of the EU/EAA you can apply with the migration board to stay in Sweden for six months after graduation to search for work.