If you don't have UCAS points
Sometimes UK application forms will ask for UCAS points. UCAS points are scores converted from school-leaving stage qualifications in the UK (A-Levels, but also the International Baccalaureate). Unfortunately, there is no official list that compares UK grades or calculates UCAS points against qualifications from other countries.
We recommend that you contact the organisation’s recruitment team, explain that you are an international applicant with a non-UK qualification, and ask how they suggest you complete the application form. Alternatively, if there’s a section on the form called ‘Additional Information’ or ‘Notes’, you could use it to include a clear explanation of your qualifications.
If necessary, The National Academic Recognition Information Centre (ENIC) can provide you with a ‘Statement of Comparability’. A fee is payable for this service.