Pathway and Bachelor programme
Our Pathway Programmes are designed for international students as a bridge towards a degree from Jönköping University. When applying for a Pathway Programme, you may also apply for a degree programme at Jönköping University. If eligible, you will receive a conditional offer to an undergraduate programme.
In order to apply for a Pathway Programme combined with a Bachelor Programme follow these steps:
- Fill in the online application form. Please note that the postal address and e-mail address you provide will be used for all future communication. It is therefore very important that the information is correct.
- When you have completed the application form, please check the information carefully before submitting the application by clicking on the "Next" button.
Eligibility for Pathway + bachelor programmes depends on your upper secondary education. Check your eligibility and which documents to submit through the specific country requirements here.
Important before uploading
- Make sure you have all your documents available for uploading
- The upload feature allows you to return to your application to upload additional documents.
Documents to upload
- High School Diploma/Certificate (which entitles the student to university studies in his/her home country)
- Transcripts of completed courses and grades (if issued separately from the Diploma/Certificate)
NOTE: Students in their final year of high school/upper secondary school, can apply through our direct JU admission and only if the following criteria are met: official semester grades for all high school years including the first semester of the final year can be submitted. The final official diploma/certificate and grades must be submitted before the start of the studies (read more about conditional admission here Opens in new window.). For more information about whether you can apply for conditional admission, see the specific country requirements here.
- Proof of English proficiency. See our language requirements for Pathway.
- A copy of your passport (EU/EEA/Swiss citizens may submit a copy of a valid identity card which clearly states citizenship).
Always submit documents in the official language of the country where you studied, along with an official translation in English. Documents directly issued in English are accepted. Note: We also accept official transcripts and diplomas issued in Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, German, French, and Spanish without requiring a translation.
When uploading documents:
- You must upload your documents in PDF-format. We only accept PDFs.
- Any documents that you scan for uploading must be from officially issued, original documents.
- If the document is in colour, scan it in colour.
- Remember to include all pages of documents, front and back, no matter what the content is on the page.
- Be sure that everything on the document is visible on the scan, especially embossed stamps.
Naming the files
File names should only include characters: A-Z, and numbers: 0-9. No special characters are possible. Maximum of 45 characters in length.
Processing of the Application
- Applicants will receive a confirmation via e-mail once an application has been placed.
- Admissions begins processing your application once the application is complete and all documents have been uploaded.
Offer of Acceptance and what to do next
- If admitted, an offer will be sent via e-mail. The applicant must accept the offer through the link in the e-mail, in order to receive the Letter of Acceptance (also via e-mail) as well as further instructions.
- If you are required to pay tuition fees (who is required to pay? Opens in new window.), the invoice of the first instalment equivalent to one semester tuition fee, will be available a few days after you have received the letter of acceptance. Please note that the invoice should be paid within 3-5 weeks. Your payment needs to reach us by the due date indicated on the invoice. Note: as we approach the application deadline, admitted students will have less than 5 weeks to pay the fee. This is due to the fact that the processing of an application for residence permit can take up to 3-5 months after the payment has been confirmed by Jönköping University. See the information about residence permit for study.
Country specific requirements for submitting documents
For some countries, documents must be sent directly by the school, university or authority to the Admissions Office, either electronically or by post. Read more about specific country requirements here.
Transcripts may be emailed to Admissions.Office@ju.se directly from the issuing school.
Regular Post (plain envelope and stamps):
P.O. Box 1026 SE-551 11
Courier Service (e.g. FedEx, UPS, DHL, registered mail):
When your application and all enclosed documents have reached the Admissions Office, you will receive a confirmation via e-mail.
All Swedish Universities charge a mandatory application fee of 900 SEK (approx. 80 Euro) to citizens outside the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland to process and review an application. More information regarding who is required to pay fees.