Upper secondary school
Upper secondary education must be documented by the submission of a dated and signed certificate of competence or certificate of upper secondary education. A transcript of the examination record is normally not valid documentation.
A craft/journeyman's certificate issued under the Knowledge Promotion Reform system is documented by a dated and signed certificate stating that the applicant has taken the craft/journeyman's exam.
Craft/journeyman's certificates issued under the Reform 94 system or earlier are documented by the craft/journeyman's certificate and documentation of all upper secondary education that forms the basis for the craft/ journeyman's certificate.
If you are in the process of completing upper secondary education in the same semester that local admissions are taking place, you must upload a dated and signed certificate of competence documenting your preliminary results and the mid-year assessment for the last qualifying year of study. If you are taking subjects as an external candidate, you must enclose dated and signed confirmation that you have registered for the examination.
If you are going to take the craft/journeyman's exam in the current semester, you must upload dated and signed confirmation that you have registered for the craft/journeyman's exam.
An offer of provisional admission is contingent on the subsequent submission of valid documentation of completed and passed education by the stipulated deadline.