Undergraduate entry requirements by region

Colombia

Undergraduate entry requirements for students from Colombia.

Applicants from Colombia are admitted to the University of Edinburgh with a range of qualifications: GCE A Levels, the IB, the American High School Diploma with SAT’s or AP’s and other recognised regional systems.

Applicants with the Bachillerato would normally be expected to undertake a Foundation or bridging programme before being eligible for admission to an undergraduate study at Edinburgh.

Foundation year

College of Science and Engineering

Applicants with an overall average of 70% in the Titulo de Bachillerato, including required subjects, will be considered for entry on successful completion of internal admission tests. A suitable English language qualification is also required.

Find out more about the internal admissions test

Internal admissions test

Further guidance on academic entry requirements

Each course may have further specific entry requirements. All applicants must meet these requirements. Staff in the Admissions Offices will be able to provide further guidance.

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English Language requirements

All applicants are required to demonstrate a level of English language competency, regardless of their nationality or country of residence. These requirements are listed by programme.

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Specific English language requirement by programme

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There are 31 students from Colombia currently studying at the University of Edinburgh.