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.
It's important to follow all instructions regarding documentation in order to avoid a delay in the processing of your application. Here are steps for you to follow:
- Find out what you need to submit. It's important to send in the right documents. Follow the links below for more information:
- Find out the specific requirements for your country. Many countries have special requirements for academic information. Follow the links below for more information:
- Find out what is required in order to document your English language skills. Most students must submit results of an internationally accepted English test, but there are some exceptions. Find out more at the following link:
English language requirements
- Find out how to submit your documents. There are certification and translation requirements for documents, for example. Find out more at the links below.
- Find out how to upload documents, and send them in via regular post. If you've followed the above steps, you should know what is required of you for your academic documents. here you can find instructions for getting you documents to University Admissions:
- In your last year of studies? Find out what is required of you if you haven't completed upper secondary school (if applying for a bachelor's programme) or bachelor's studies (if applying for a master's programme) at the links below:
- If you're an IB or EB student - find out what is required of you at the following link:
IB and EB applicants
- All applicants (except Swedish citizens) must either pay the application fee or document their citizenship status showing they do not need to pay (EU/EEA citizenship). Find out more at the following links:
Am I required to pay?
EU/EEA citizen instructions
Paying your application fee