Applying for Studies
On this page you find information about how to apply to Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH), the demands for English language proficiency, and how to apply for deferment.
How to Apply to BTH
Before you apply, please read the instructions and general application requirements for the Bachelor programmes, as well as the instructions and general application requirements for the Masters programmes.
The deadline for applying to the autumn term 2014 is 15 January 2014. Supporting documents have to reach Sweden before 1 February 2014.
Find more details on Key dates and deadlines link.
Once you have created a user account and made an online application, you can follow your status on Universityadmissions.se, via "My pages".
If your degree is not finished but you are in your final term you can still apply for most of our Master programmes. If this is the case, you provide BTH with a transcript of records of the terms you have finished and a registration certificate showing which courses you are studying during your final year/term. Note, that when you arrive at BTH you MUST show your degree certificate as proof that you have finished your university studies. If you have not received your final degree certificate you must show a provisional one. All documents must be in original or certified photocopies.
Please note that the following programme require a finished degree for admission:
- MBA Online
Conditionally Admitted via Universityadmissions.se
All applicants who have applied to our Master programmes before they have finished their Bachelor's degrees may be conditionally admitted. When arriving to BTH all conditionally admitted students have to prove that they have completed their Bachelor programmes and obtained a Bachelor's degree, otherwise they will not be allowed to start the programmes they have been admitted to.
English Language Proficiency
Please check the application process regarding the specific English requirements for some countries. If your home country is not mentioned there, the general rule is that you need to provide an English proficiency test.
Please check the general English requirements on Universityadmissions.se:
English Language Requirements
BTH accepts all Academic IELTS, TOEFL tests, University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, Michigan English Language Assessment Battery and Pearson PTE Academic.
A copy of the IELTS test results have to be sent to University Admissions in Sweden. All IELTS results will be verified online.
TOEFL tests must always be delivered as an original, from ETS directly to Universityadmissions's postal address: University Admissions in Sweden (code 3477).
Please note that no TOEFL tests sent by students along with other application documents will be accepted.
BTH only accepts Academic IELTS tests. The General IELTS test is not accepted for admission to higher education.
English proficiency letters are not accepted as proof of English skills.
The demands in English differ from programme to programme. Therefore, we can not specify in general terms which score you need to have on your English proficiency test to be considered for admission. Instead we recommend that you read the course description for each programme you are interested in for more information about the English requirements.
Deferment of studies to the next term
You may apply for deferment but no later than four weeks after the start of the programme you have been admitted to. You need to send in a formal request stating the reason for your request for a deferment by using the deferment e-form (link below).
Procedure if deferment is already received
If you have already received a deferment decision by e-mail and your studies are postponed to the next year you have to reapply for the same programme on Universityadmissions.se and only send a hard copy of this deferment e-mail as a supporting document to your application. No other application documents are required.