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Submitted by A.M (Sweden), Aug 4, 2017 at 06:30

I agree with every line of what you said. However, let me clarify that quality of education is very bad in Sweden comparing to other developed countries. I graduated with master's degree from Lund University which swedes boast about. Not only quality of education is bad, but professors and university staff openly discriminate against immigrant students. I don't say those who come to study and go back to their country, I mean those who have foreign names but swedish social security number.

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