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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?
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    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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