In Estonia, a course grade less than 50% from the maximum grade is considered to be a „Fail“. Negative results do not grant access to university level studies in Estonia. Therefore secondary school transcripts with more than 10% negative results (under 50% from the maximum grade) are not accepted.
In order to qualify for the Master of Science (MSc) in Planning and Analysis in Multifunctional Forestry at the Estonian University of Life Sciences, an applicant has to have at least 60% of the highest possible CGPA (cumulative grade point average) during his/her last studies.
Different countries have different education systems and standards. Therefore it is always recommended to check with the International Study Center regarding the requirement for your country. If you wish to study in Estonia, your educational documents should follow certain requirements.
NB! Before sending documents by post, please ensure that
- copies of education documents are certified (by a notary, by the issuing institution, a local competent authority or with Apostille);
- official translations in English are included if the original documents are not in English (all copies must be presented in the original language and in English).
Please do not send your original certificates/diplomas/transcripts!
Please choose your country of origin below and find your country specific requirements:
China, see also China Higher Education Student Information and Career Center