How many a-levels required for me to study abroad

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Hello everyone ! I’m an international student in grade 11 .I have 6 IGCSE O-level and completed 1 As level .I was wondering how many a-levels are needed for me to study in Sweden,Austria,Finland,Norway,Poland and Italy . I still didn’t choose what country I want to study in ,but these are my options and depending on how many a-levels each country requires I will choose the final country .(I still have one year to finish high school so if anyone knows the requirements in any of these counties I would really appreciate the help !)
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(Original post by Yasmeenghanem)
Hello everyone ! I’m an international student in grade 11 .I have 6 IGCSE O-level and completed 1 As level .I was wondering how many a-levels are needed for me to study in Sweden,Austria,Finland,Norway,Poland and Italy . I still didn’t choose what country I want to study in ,but these are my options and depending on how many a-levels each country requires I will choose the final country .(I still have one year to finish high school so if anyone knows the requirements in any of these counties I would really appreciate the help !)
Hi,
Three A Levels are normally the general standard requirement, but check with the specific institutions you want to study at to be safe! All the best!
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Hello everyone ! I’m an international student in grade 11 .I have 6 IGCSE O-level and completed 1 As level .I was wondering how many a-levels are needed for me to study in Sweden
As an international student going to Sweden myself, you only need 2 A-levels "at a passing grade" in order to meet the basic entry requirements for your application to be considered. Note that some courses require higher entry requirements.
This is the Swedish UCAS equivalent with a fill list of requirements for studying in Sweden with British Qualifications: https://www.universityadmissions.se/en/apply-to-bachelors/provide-application-documents-bachelors/required-documents/united-kingdom-england-wales-northern-ireland/#meeting-the-general-entry-requirements
Qualification/grade levels in Sweden can be a bit difficult to understand - they are usually presented between 1-5 (e.g. English 2, Mathematics 4, Sciences 1)
Grade levels 1-3 are usually equivalent to a GCSE
Grade 4 is equivalent to an AS Level,
Grade 5 is equivalent to a full A Level.
(note that they don't care of the individual grade you got, as long as its a passing grade. So these are considered to be at GCSE - grade C/4, At A Level - grade E)
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