In recent years, migration and integration of citizens of foreign countries became a topic of increasing relevance for the general public.Migration processes and their consequences affect almost all countries and involve more people than ever before.Sweden evolved as a particularly attractive European country for immigrants. As the country with the largest population in Scandinavia, it has not only a long history of migration, but as a direct consequence also a multicultural society.In the context of immigration of refugees, there is a group of migrants with a particular significance that shall be further discussed in this work. This is the group of unaccompanied minors. It includes children and youth of under 18 years that are forced to leave there home and reach the target country without their parents or any legal guardian. The integration of unaccompanied children into society is of high importance.Especially for this particular group of refugees, Sweden seems to be an attractive target country (In 2015, no other member of the EU recorded as many unaccompanied minors as Sweden). In particular during the recent 10 to 15 years, the number of unaccompanied young refugees in Sweden was rising considerably.In the context of the presented work a statistical analysis of those minors, which arrived in Sweden during the time of 2003-2012, shall be carried out. This enables a demographical analysis of this group of migrants and furthermore allows to attempt an answer to the question of successful integration of the affected children into the target society.Under the assumption that successful integration happens due to involvement in education systems and the labour market, it is possible to estimate, based on education and employment figures, if integration of unaccompanied individuals of young age into Swedish society during 2003-2012 was indeed successful.