Information for Prospective Students from Sweden
Welcome to the country page for Sweden. This page contains specific information for students from Sweden.
Dan Rolfe, responsible for supporting students from Sweden, would be very happy to answer any questions you may have about applying to and studying at SOAS.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7898 4035
The below are guidelines only and do not guarantee entry. Each application will be judged on its own merits.
SOAS welcomes applications from holders of the Fullstandigt Slutbetyg for direct entry to undergraduate programmes. Entry requirements vary between departments.
- A typical Fullstandigt Slutbetyg requirement for a course with a AAA/AAB A level entry requirement is MVG overall.
- A typical Fullstandigt Slutbetyg requirement for a course with a BBB/BBC/BCC A level entry requirement is VG overall.
For International Baccalaureate (IB) applicants we require between 32 and 38 points depending on the programme applied for.
For full details please refer to the IB Entry Requirements page.
How to apply
SOAS welcomes applications from holders of the Bachelors degree with the candidate having achieved at least one ‘Very Good’ mark.
In addition to the above minimum entrance requirements, you should also refer to the individual programme entries in the postgraduate prospectus or on our postgraduate admissions pages, which may have additional requirements.
How to apply
To ensure that you can fully benefit from your studies at SOAS, you will need to demonstrate that you meet our minimum English Language entry requirements.
SOAS offers a range of scholarships, bursaries and awards to support students. A number of scholarships are also provided by the University of London, the British Government and other external organisations.
SOAS has alumni all over the world, if you would like to contact an alum to ask any questions then please visit the SOAS alumni website.
- British Council in Sweden
- British Embassy in Sweden
- UCAS - the Universities and Colleges Admission Service is the central organisation through which undergraduate applications are processed for entry to Higher Education.
- UKCISA - UK Council for International Student Affairs and provides useful advice and information for international students studying in the UK.