## General eligibility

The general eligibility requirements define the minimum criteria that need to be satisfied if a student wishes to pursue studies at university level. For example the student must demonstrate proficiency in the English language. For details, see universityadmissions.se:

## Specific eligibility

The mathematical knowledge that the student should have acquired before enrolling a course is defined in the special eligibility requirements. It is very important that the special entry requirements are satisfied!

If you have taken courses in mathematics in other universities, you probably do not need to start from the beginning when enrolling Stockholm University.

### Courses in mathematics

The most basic courses are only given in Swedish.

Special eligibility requirements for our courses in mathematics are summarized in the files below.

- Special eligibility requirements for courses in mathmematics, B- and C-level, table (210 Kb) (pdf)
- Special eligibility requirements for courses in mathematics, D-level, table (221 Kb) (pdf)

### Courses in mathematical statistics

Generally speaking, almost all courses in mathematical statistics require at least 30 credits in mathematics (equivalent to the course MM2001 Mathematics I). Most courses also require a continuation course in linear algebra, equivalent to MM5004 Linear algebra II, and in mathematical analysis, equivalent to MM5001 Mathematical analysis III.

Most courses in the first cycle (bachelor’s level) are only given in Swedish.

Special eligibility requirements for our courses in mathematical statistics are summarized in the file below.