Some applicants can meet the English requirement for their programme through their upper secondary studies. This depends on in what country the applicant has studied.
Can I meet the Bachelor's English requirement with my upper secondary studies?
There are many countries from which you can meet the English 6 requirement. You can find out more by going to the country-specific information page for the country where you completed your upper secondary studies.
Special country instructions for bachelor's level applicants
Can I meet the Master's English requirement with my upper secondary studies?
The English requirement for most master's programmes is the equivalent of English 6, but for some English 5 can be accepted. Your first step is to check what is required at the course description page on the university's website.
There are a number of countries with upper secondary courses that meet the English requirement. You can find out if studies in your country qualify at the country-specific information page.
Special country instructions for master's level applicants
Please note: If you submit upper secondary (high school) transcripts to document your English language abilities, you must follow the translation instructions as follows:
Upper secondary (high school) documents in English, French, Spanish, German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish do not need to be translated.
Upper secondary school documents in Icelandic do not need to be translated.
If your documents are in any other language, you must also submit authorised translations of the documents into Swedish or English.