(Please read this page before you apply)
Jönköping University offers a local admission for international students to apply directly to us. We recommend the local admission.
After placing an online application, students should send all supporting documents directly to Jönköping University, by post, within 2 weeks.
Note: If you have already applied through universityadmissions.se, the Swedish national admission (open October 16- January 15), you should not place an additional application through our local Jönköping University admission.
* All copies must be officially certified as true copies, which means they should be stamped and signed by the issuing school or a notary public in the original language and in an officially certified translation in English (or Swedish), if the documents are issued in another language.
If your degree was awarded in Bangladesh, Cameroon, Canada, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, or USA, an official transcript of record must be sent directly from your university to the our Admissions Office, in a sealed envelope. If your degree was awarded in Pakistan, your degrees/transcripts and diplomas awarded must be attested by the Higher Education Commission in Pakistan.Transcripts from other countries may be received as certified copies.
Not all, but some countries have country specific requirements for academic qualifications. Read more here to see if your country has any special instructions or requirements.
After printing out the application form, sign and send it along with all above supporting certified documents. by post to Jönköping University, Admissions Office.
The address to the Admissions Office is:
Regular Post (plain envelope and stamps):
P.O. Box 1026
SE-551 11 Jönköping
Courier Service (e.g. FedEx, UPS, DHL):
SE-553 18 Jönköping
When your application and all enclosed documents have reached the Admissions Office, you will receive a confirmation via e-mail.
Sweden requires an application fee of SEK 900 for citizens outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland.More information regarding who is required to pay fees.
Content updated 2017-10-17