Supporting documentation

Last changed: 21 November 2022

You will find information about general and specific entry requirement on the programme pages at The application deadline is 16 January and the deadline for submitting documents is 1 February.  Documents submitted after 1 February will not be processed.

General information 

You need to submit all official certificates and transcripts required for your application to University Admissions in Sweden. General information for students applying to:

Bachelor's programme 

Note! When applying to Bachelor's studies you must submit your final upper secondary school documents by the deadline 1 February. You cannot apply with still ongoing upper secondary studies. 

Supporting documents, CV, portfolio, statement of purpose, letters of recommendation, etc. 

For most programmes, no additional documents, such as letter of intent, recommendation letter etc. are required or considered. Only the SLU programmes listed below requires extra documentation submission:

Landscape Architecture for Sustainable Urbanisation

Landscape Architecture for Sustainable Urbanisation

To be fully eligible to the programme, you need to submit a portfolio per instructions. The portfolio submission deadline is 1 February 2023. Link to portfolio instructions 
To read more about the programme, please visit 


Sustainable Development

The Master's programme in sustainable development is a joint programme between Uppsala University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). To read more about the Master’s programme, including application information, please visit

Joint Master's programmes AFEPA, EMAGB and EmPLANT+

Click on the links below for information about the Joint Master's programmes, how to apply, scholarships and eligibility.

  • Agricultural, Food and Environmental Policy Analysis (AFEPA)
    AFEPA is a two-year double degree programme held in collaboration between SLU and three other renowned European universities, as well as three associated partner universities in Europe, Africa and South America. To be admitted to the master’s programme, you need to apply through the AFEPA Consortium. For more information on how to apply, please see the AFEPA website:


  • European Master in Animal Breeding and Genetics (EMABG)

This joint master’s programme is conducted by SLU, Wageningen University, the University of Göttingen, AgroParisTech, the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU, Vienna). In their first year, students will study in either Wageningen or Göttingen. The second year takes place at one of the other universities, depending on the chosen specialisation. More information, including on how to apply before 15 January

  • Erasmus Mundus Plant Biology (EmPLANT+)

In the European Erasmus Mundus Masters programme in plant breeding, EmPLANT+, you will take the second year at a partner university. Application to emPLANT+ is done through the consortium homepage, where you also find information about supporting documentation: 



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