Documents for Eu countries

Required Documents for EU Countries

  1. High School Diploma
  2. Transcripts: Round up those academic transcripts detailing your high school courses and grades.
  3. Eligibility letter: a Document Certifying Education Rights: This one confirms your eligibility to pursue higher education post-secondary school.
  4. Copy of Passport
  5. Photos: Two passport-sized photos 
  6. Power of Attorney


  • For candidates adhering to the British curriculum, it is mandatory to possess either a (diploma, A-levels, or a secondary school leaving certificate).
  • Specifically, three A-level subjects or GCE A-levels are required, with Biology and Chemistry being compulsory among them. If A-levels entail a separately graded practical component, successful completion of this component is necessary.
  • Please note that we do not consider BTEC and Foundation programmes, IGCSE, O-Levels, or AS-Levels as eligible entrance qualifications.
  • Attention! In certain countries (such as Germany), the details found in documents 2 and 3 are already included within the High School Diploma. Therefore, applicants are not required to submit them.


All documents numbered (1, 2, 3, 6) must undergo the legalization process at Notary, commonly referred to as Apostille.