STUDY IN SWEDEN-DENMARK

Bachelors Programs Requirements:

Online Application for Bachelor’s, First admission round starts16 October 2015: Online service opens, with most of programmes published.

If you are applying for Bachelors Program:
English language Requirements.
*TOEFL Score of 4.5 (scale 1-6) in written test, total score of 575

*IELTS 5.5 and no section below 5.0

*Cambridge Michigan (Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE) for English 6)

*Pearson Minimum Score of 47

Documents Requirements for PAKISTAN.

Pakistan Intermediate / Higher Secondary School
Certificate ISSC/HSSC + statement of marks.
Please note that intermediate/secondary school
documents must be attested by the Inter Board
Committee of Chairmen, IBCC.

Documents Requirements for INDIA.

India Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC)
Indian School Certificate (ISC)
Intermediate Certificate
All India Senior School Certificate
Examination
Pre-University Course + Statement of Marks

Documents Requirements for NEPAL.

Nepal School Leaving Certificate
Higher Secondary Certificate or Proficiency
Certificate

Documents Requirements for BANGLADESH.

Bangladesh Higher Secondary Certificate Examination /
Intermediate Certificate + Marks Sheet /
Academic Transcript

Documents Requirements for SRILANKA.

Sri Lanka Sri Lankan General Certificate of Education,
Ordinary and Advanced level. Issued by
Department of Examination or National
Evaluation and Testing Service (NETS)

 

 

Masters Programs Requirements:

Online Application for Masters, First admission round starts16 October 2015: Online service opens, with most of programmes published

No IELTS Requirement.

Students who have studied at the university level may be exempt from submitting formal test evidence of their English abilities (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge).

Students from India or Pakistan with a Bachelor’s degree (equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen) in Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Applications, Medicine, Pharmacy, Science or Technology unless it is documented that the language of instruction for the programme was a language other than English.