Apply directly to us. We recommend our local Jönköping University admission as we are able to process applications faster.
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 JU admission. One application is sufficient.
Most applicants can upload their documents. However, for a few countries, different rules apply*.
* 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 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.
Always submit documents in the official language of the country where you studied, along with an official translation in English. Note: We also accept documents in Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and German without requiring a translation.
If sending documents by post instead of uploading, they need to be certified, stamped and signed copies, not original documents. Make sure to include your application form, if sending by post. Read more here and see below for further instructions.
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.
If sending documents by post instead of uploading, they need to be certified, stamped and signed copies, not original documents. Read more here.
After printing out the application form, make sure to sign and send it along with all supporting certified documents, by post to
P.O. Box 1026 SE-551 11
When your application and all enclosed documents have reached the Admissions Office, you will receive a confirmation via e-mail.
Read our FAQ for answers to some common questions.
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 2019-05-03