its 2011/2012, you an international student come here for next semester (degrees are starting both autumn and spring) you don't have to pay anything. for that sake the tuition fee will probably be very low, since paying for education goes against soooooooooo many of our socialist thought around hereIt's my understanding that Sweden provides free tuition at undergraduate and masters level, but they are going to start charging for non EU/EEA student's PhD level study as from either 2010/11 or 2011/12 (can't remember which).
I'd love to get there to do a masters, but no scholarships for living costs unfortunately :(
and as for covering living costs for you, depending on where you are from, the central student loan and benefit agency might be willing to cover it. check it up, the site is www.csn.se (think you can click on a flag or something to get it in English)
and the tutition fee will be for undergrad and master, for a PhD you usually can get paid to do if you do some teaching or something as well