The required prior learning

What is important to show for the general entry requirements?

In upper secondary school one learns subject knowledge and generic skills, namely, how to put the subject knowledge to use. The generic skills are especially important for studies at the university level. One example of a generic skill is to be able to find and assess information. When we read your application for recognition of prior learning/petition for exemptions from general entry requirements, we will, in particular, assess that you show that you can:

  • formulate, analyse and examine assumptions and solve problems
  • reflect upon your experiences and your own way of learning,
  • critically examine and evaluate statements and conditions, and
  • solve practical problems and tasks