After submitting your electronic application, the next step is to submit documentation to demonstrate your eligibility for the courses and programmes you've applied for.
Knowing what documents to submit
Exactly what you need to submit, and how you need to submit various documents, depends on a number of factors including:
- the specific entry requirements a university may have for a course or programme
- additional document requirements a course/programme/scholarship application may have, such as essays, motivation letters, etc.
- the country where you studied
Important to note: Do not submit recommendation letters, essays, CVs, motivation letters etc. unless the course/programme specifically states that these documents are required. Documents that haven't been requested will not be considered and will delay the processing of your application.
First, check the course/programme page at the university's website
You can find a link at your application page where the courses you've applied to are listed. There, you'll find out what - if any - additional documentation you may need for the course or programme.
Then select your country of study and go!
We've provided information on what you need to submit - and how - according to your country of study. Simply click on the right country to find out more.
If your country isn't listed
This is no problem. You can find out all you need to know at the general document information page.
Did you attend an international university in your country of study?
If you attended a university that is accredited by another country - for example, if you attended an American university located in a European country - you must follow the instructions for the accrediting country (in this case, the United States).
Select your country of study
Cameroon - British
Cameroon - French
Central African Republic
Congo, Democratic Republic (Kinshasha) (formerly Zaire)
Congo, Rep. (Brazzaville)
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
São Tomé and Príncipe
South Sudan, Republic of