"Sweden has in an international perspective, a well-educated population. But despite the fact that the studies are free of charge and the student grant generous is the social occupational segregation higher in Sweden than in a number of other countries. In Italy, Chile and Slovenia is the proportion of students with low educated parents is higher than in Sweden, according to a report from the Minutes. On the other hand, Italy and Chile to the OECD countries that have the lowest percentage of adults with post-secondary education."
"the Report also shows that women are more highly educated than men in all other OECD countries. In Sweden is 57 per cent of the högskolenybörjarna women, while the corresponding share in the entire OECD is 54 per cent. In Sweden, it is also a significantly higher proportion of women who finish their studies: 64% of the graduates are women."
"Sweden is among the countries where immigrants have a higher level of education than the native born. While 44 percent of the foreign-born have at least two years of post-secondary education is the proportion of 41 percent in the group born in Sweden."