Australia: University of Sydney
University of Sydney is the oldest and second largest university in Australia. It is highly ranked and among the top 50 universities in the world. It is situated in the city center of Sydney.
University in brief
Language of instruction: English
Academic calendar: Approx. March–June, July-November
Credit system: 24 credits equivalent to 30 ECTS credits
Note: The grade requirements are strict, so do see to that you fulfill the prerequisites for each course you would like to attend. To avoid the requirement on a test in English, eg TOEFL or similar, it is enough with one year of studies on the Master level in English. An additional insurance, if staying in the country more than two weeks after the exchange studies have been finalized, is required.
Number of spots: Two semester spots for Architecture students and two semester spots for all other students.
Grade requirements: A minimum of GPA of 4,0 (on KTH's five grade scale). Leaving certificate from Upper Secondary school with a VG/C in English 7 or B in English 6, not more than ten years old, at the date of course commencement on undergraduate level at the host university. The leaving cetificate from Upper Sedondary school has to be issued in English, a translated copy is the cost of the student. One finalized year from Master level courses at KTH is also acceptable as proof of English proficiency. If the above can not be met, a result from TOEFL or IELTS is required.
Programme specific information
If your programme or your school is not listed below, contact the international coordinator at your school.