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    So, I know these universities' tuition is free for EU citizens, that's why I'm considering applying for a master's degree in these countries. I'd also like to find out more details about the application process: how many apply and how many are accepted? How can I increase my chances or how can I estimate them? If my mother tongue is not English, but I'm studying my bachelor's degree in English at a university in my country, does that make me exempt from taking the TOEFL?

    I read that I'd generally need a letter of recommendation, a motivation essay and my transcripts, is that true?

    Is anyone on here that's not a citizen of these northern countries but is studying there?

    If an English student has to pay way more to study in Scotland, I'm sure it's not free to study in Scandinavia
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