By now, someone has brainwashed you into going to the barren bitter cold of Scandinavia. Before you can decidedly determine you're going to study in Sweden, you need to make sure there are classes available for your major that possibly could be accredited towards your degree. I will discuss over specifically going to Jönköping (Jonshoping) University.
You can first visit Maureen Waked, the study abroad coordinate, which by now you probably already have and she'll get you started or at least let her know you would like to be part of the exchange program at Jönköping. You can visit the school website and download the ECTS guide to look at all the classes being offered. If you ever have any questions about classes, the school, Sweden, anything at all you can ask me of course, but the international student coordinator Andrea Wagner is a great resource and she'd be more than happy to receive your emails.
I don't know in what plan you are going, but I am here studying abroad as well as getting my international engineering minor (for UCF they require you a semester abroad and you must take 3 Engineering courses at least and one Cultural Course). If this is the case, I would find 3 engineering courses as soon as possible that interest you and may apply to your major and pick the cultural course maybe Swedish 1 or International and Intercultural Communications is a good one.
Now you'll need to submit them for approval by the engineering department. Application
**Note: Just put in 3 credits for hours as all courses will be taken as 3 to avoid discrepancies.
You'll need to then turn in the application to Dr. Lin, the current head chair of mmae department. I would advise you to gather any supporting material (emails from Professors offering similar courses that would accept as equivalent) so that the decision will more likely go your way.
Ok, assuming that all your petitions, oh I almost forgot...you'll need to petition more courses a bare minimum of 2 ALTERNATE courses, because it could happen that you arrive and the classes are cancelled or a schedule conflict impedes you from taking one of your chose courses. Now, your courses are petitioned...you'll need to see Alisha Corsi and she will then relay your your petitions to Maureen (as she does not deal with the academic sector) and will not let you apply for the exchange program until this is completed. If your running late on time, you may want to persuade her to let you and as long as your in the process of petitioning your courses and they'll most likely be accepted.
She'll guide you through the application process: consists of both applying through the UCF study abroad program...keep in mind you'll need to write a quick essay on why you want to study and you'll have to provide a reference of recommendation (i.e. professor, advisor, university staff member so have someone before hand)...and applying through the university website.
The latter will occur as follows: As I said, you kind of rely on Maureen to accept that your classes have been petitioned and if that is all done or you've managed to assuage her, she and only her will "nominate" you as a candidate to the university. In less than a week you will receive account info, either directly or through Maureen, that will allow you to hence apply for an exchange program with the school.
This is when you'll be able to choose your classes. **Important** You might be shocked to find at this point that some of the classes you already petitioned for and were ready to take are not appearing anywhere on the list of courses offered. This is when I emphasize: Get to this point in your arrangements ASAP. ****Summary: quickly choose classes, petition right away, get Maureen to "nominate" you so you can apply and see with your own eyes what classes are actually offered. That way if the former were to occur, you don't need to be freaking out and will have ample time to make new arrangements and submit new petitions.