How many a-levels required for me to study abroadWatch
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 !)
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!
Samantha, Official UoP Rep
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
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)