What are the admission requirements for undergraduate studies?
All students must fulfill the general and specific admission requirements for the programme they are applying to. For undergraduate/bachelor studies, the selection is made based on high school/upper secondary school results.
Eligibility requirements include
- A high school diploma which entitles the student to university studies in his/her home country.
- Transcripts of completed courses and grades
NOTE: Students in their final year of high school/upper secondary school, can only apply through our local JU admission and only if the following criteria are met: official semester grades for all high school years including the second-to-last semester of the final year can be submitted and the final official diploma/certificate can be presented by the introduction week in August.
Not all applicants are eligible for conditional admission as predicted grades are not accepted.
- For bachelor programmes at the business school, you must have
- completed social science, history or geography courses in high school/upper secondary school (equivalent to Samhällskunskap A at Swedish gymnasium).
- completed Math studies in high school/upper secondary school (equivalent to Matematik 3b, 3c or Matematik C at Swedish gymnasium) which gives you the knowledge to use functions such as logarithms, exponentials, polynomials and power functions. Furthermore, you should be familiar with the concept of derivatives and the slope of a curve and be able to formulate, analyze and solve simple mathematical models.
- For our Engineering bachelor programme in Sustainable Supply Chain Management, maths and science requirements are higher than in other programmes. Contact us for more specific information related to your country.
- Proof of English proficiency. See our language requirements.
- A copy of your passport (EU/EEA/Swiss citizens may submit a copy of a valid identity card which clearly states citizenship).
- Letter of Motivation- Motivation letter should be no longer than 1000 words. Work experience that relates to programme considered an asset.
- If your high school transcripts and diploma are in a language other than Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, English, French, German, Spanish, or Finnish, you must also provide an official translation. This translation should be in Swedish or English. Jönköping University may check the authenticity of documents with the issuing school.
- Any other type of certificate or letter from the high school must be in English or translated into English (or Swedish).
- All documents must contain your personal data which are essential for matching the documents with your application. You will receive your personal data when you have submitted your application online.
Qualifications information specific to your country
- For bachelor applicants Opens in new window. applying to Jönköping University.