If you've submitted your electronic admissions application, you must complete it by the deadline in order for it to be considered. The following guide will help you with this.
If you have additional documentation that will make you qualified for courses you were originally deemed unqualified for, you must reapply for them.
Students who have been offered a place in a course or programme and will be studying in Sweden may be wondering what their next steps should be.
If you've been offered admission in a course or programme but have decided not to attend, it's important that you decline your offer so that waiting list students can be awarded a place.
An important stop for all international students interested in attending a Swedish university is the Swedish Institute's comprehensive website for studying in Sweden - Studyinsweden.se.
We only require one copy of each of your documents. We have to go through and register each document we receive and a large volume of unnecessary copies will cause a delay in the review of applications.
There are two admission rounds available for students to apply to in each semester: the First and Second round. Here are answers to common questions about them.