Documenting your eligibility

The first steps of the application process are creating a user account at, searching for courses and programmes, and submitting an electronic admissions application. After this has been completed, the next step is to document your eligibility for the courses and programmes you have applied for. Depending on which programme you have applied at Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH), you need to submit various documentation. Please check the following links in order to submit correct documents.

Documentation requirements for Bachelor’s studies

Documentation requirements for Master’s studies

In addition please remember to always read course/programme description in order to find out if any specific requirements are needed for the course/programme you are interested in!

Where to send the application documents?

There are two ways to submit your documents to University Admissions – you can upload them on, or send them in via regular post to the following address:

University Admissions in Sweden
R 312

Most applicants can upload their academic documents, however there are some exceptions. Please read about this on the following link

Submitting your documents

Submitting application documents

There are two ways to submit your documents to University Admissions – upload them on, or send them in via regular post.

Read more about Submitting your documents

Check also if there are any specific requirements for your country, by Select your country of study.


Check if your documents have arrived

You will not be notified when your supporting documents have arrived. Instead, you can follow your status on if you log in to your account.

You must bring your original documents with you

When arriving to BTH, you must be able to show your originals. This signifies that you are obligated to bring all of your original academic documents with you.

Note! Your application documents that were sent to University Admissions postal address are kept at this address, not at BTH.

Will application documents be returned?

Normally no documents submitted with your application will be returned, which is why you should never send your originals to Universityadmissions’s postal address: University Admissions in Sweden. Instead, your documents should be official documents sent from your university or copies certified by a Notary Public.

Only in case of an Admission officer requesting your original documents, will these be returned.