International bachelor's courses offered in the first admission round are taught in English. Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in English in order to meet the entry requirements.

All applicants must demonstrate proficiency in the English language in order to meet the entry requirements for the course or programme they've applied to.

How can I document my proficiency in English?

There are different ways of meeting the English requirement. It is important that you first read the information on what is required at English language requirements.

Upper secondary (high school) studies

If you can demonstrate you meet the English language requirement through your upper secondary studies, you can document this by submitting your upper secondary qualifications to University Admissions

Upper secondary studies

Previous university studies

If you can demonstrate you meet the English language requirement through your previous university studies, you must provide documentation to support this. Read more about how you can do that at Previous university studies.

Internationally recognised English test

If you cannot meet the requirement through previous studies as indicated at the links above, you must take an internationally recognised English test, meet the minimum requirements for the test, and submit your results. Please see the following link for information regarding how to document various test results:

Internationally recognised English tests