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Hello, I want to move to Sweden next year.
I am currently living in London with my mom and I would like to keep studying. I had lost two year when I moved to London from Spain and I didn’t finish High school there. Finally I am doing science GCSE’s and the next two years I would have to do A levels in London. Next year I am going to be 18 and I would like to study the equivalent to A levels to study to be a nurse at university. Can someone give me information about this? Another option could be Island with the same qualifications tha I wrote above.
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(Original post by denisamarian)
Hello, I want to move to Sweden next year.
I am currently living in London with my mom and I would like to keep studying. I had lost two year when I moved to London from Spain and I didn’t finish High school there. Finally I am doing science GCSE’s and the next two years I would have to do A levels in London. Next year I am going to be 18 and I would like to study the equivalent to A levels to study to be a nurse at university. Can someone give me information about this? Another option could be Island with the same qualifications tha I wrote above.
If you are 18 already then you school isnt compulsory, so you can decide on education yourself.

I am not sure what they require to become a nurse or whether its Sweden where you intend to become a nurse?

I would take international A levels, either with Cambridge or Pearson., which you would have to teach yourself or find an international school/ college that would take you.

Cambridge tend to be more popular than Pearson, but they are both widely recognised and you could use them for applying to uni.

http://www.cambridgeinternational.or...vels/subjects/

http://www.cambridgeinternational.or...bridge-school/

The other one is Pearson

http://qualifications.pearson.com/en...ed-levels.html

https://qualifications.pearson.com/e...on-centre.html

You might need to teach yourself, but at least you can take your studies with you if your parents move again.

You can also look for distance learning courses.
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