English Language Requirements
The majority of the Master’s programmes at SLU are conducted in English. SLU also offers some Bachelor level courses in English. You can find out what the English requirement is for the course or programme you’re applying to by going to the course description page at this web site.
You can demonstrate that you meet the English language requirement through certain upper secondary (high school) studies, certain university studies or an internationally approved English test. For more specific information, please visit https://www.universityadmissions.se/en/All-you-need-to-know1/Applying-for-studies/English-requirements
Please note that all TOEFL tests must be sent directly from Educational Testing Service (ETS). Students can use TOEFL institution code 3477.
Swedish Language Requirements
All Bachelor’s programmes at SLU are conducted in Swedish. Students who wish to take programmes or courses in Swedish must be competent in the Swedish language. Specifically, they must have the equivalent qualification of Swedish studies at upper secondary school in Sweden, known as Swedish Course B.
There are several ways that students can provide proof of their Swedish language proficiency.
• Pass a test in Swedish for University and Colleges (TISUS). For more information, visit TISUS.
• Have completed secondary school in Danish, Norwegian or Icelandic, and provide a certified copy of study grades.
• Have completed secondary school in Finnish, and provide a certified copy of study grades. However, if students have completed secondary school in Finnish but have not taken the Matriculation Examination in Swedish, they must have taken Swedish as a subject for at least three years (or five courses), to have an equivalent qualification to Swedish Course B.
For more information, visit University Admissions.