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Study in Finland2003 – 2004InternationalStudyProgrammesin FinnishHigher EducationCentre for International Mobility


Centre for International Mobility CIMOP.O. Box 343 (Hakaniemenkatu 2)FIN-00531 Helsinki, FinlandTel. +358 9 7747 7033Fax +358 9 7747 7064E-mail cimoinfo@cimo.fihttp://fi nland.cimo.fi (Discover Finland)Telephone servicefor international clients:+358 1080 6767(Mon–Thu 10.00–12.00 and 13.00–15.00)Photos: Ida PimenoffISSN 0788-5695Salpausselän Kirjapaino Oy 2/2003, 10 000Cover layout: Private Eye Oy


Study in FinlandForewordDiscover Finnish Higher EducationFinnish universities and polytechnics are committed to maintaining high standards in theireducation. This applies to both teaching and research as well as student services. Finland’sgood reputation in higher education combined with the wide range of courses offered inEnglish attract interest among an increasing number of international students. With thisguidebook we wish to encourage you and all international students to add a Finnish flavourto your education.This brochure provides a list of international study programmes developed by Finnish institutionsof higher education. The range of programmes offered is very diverse. Programmesof only a couple of weeks and several years are both included. Some of the programmes areshort courses which usually can only be taken as part of an exchange programme (in thisbrochure they are referred to as “other programmes” – however, courses of less than fiveFinnish credits are not included in the list). Degree programmes are broader-based, takeseveral years to complete and lead to a recognised qualification. In most of the programmesthe language of instruction is English.The programmes presented in this list do not cover all the options. There are many institutions,faculties and departments which offer tailor-made curricula for international students– this especially applies to doctoral level studies. The choice is yours.We hope you will find the information in this brochure helpful. If you need more detailedinformation on higher education in Finland, contact us, the Centre for International MobilityCIMO. CIMO is a specialist service organisation working under the Finnish Ministry ofEducation. It enhances international co-operation by co-ordinating and implementing arange of exchange and scholarship programmes as well as supporting internationalisationthrough the provision of communication and information services.We look forward to the academic and cultural contribution that you will make to highereducation in Finland!Tervetuloa Suomeen – Välkommen till Finland – Welcome to Finland!At your service:Centre for International Mobility CIMO1


Study in FinlandIntroductionThe Finnish education systemThe Finnish education system consists of preschooleducation, comprehensive school,post-comprehensive general and vocationaleducation, higher education and adult education.Comprehensive school provides anine-year educational programme (with avoluntary 10 th form) for all school-age children,beginning at the age of seven. Postcomprehensiveeducation is given by generalupper secondary schools (approx. threeyears, ending in the national matriculation examination)and vocational institutions (threeyears, leading to upper secondary vocationalqualifications).Higher education is provided by 20 universities(yliopisto/universitet in Finnish/Swedish)and 29 polytechnics (ammattikorkeakoulut/yrkeshögskolor, for short AMK/YH). Adulteducation is given by special institutions, vocationalinstitutions (specifically by vocationaladult education centres), polytechnics, anduniversities, all of which have a continuingeducation centre.UniversitiesFinnish universities have roots going back tothe 17th century and today the country hasone of the most comprehensive universitynetworks in Europe. There are 20 universitiesin Finland: of these ten are multi-facultyuniversities, three are universities of technology,three are schools of economics and businessadministration, and the remaining fourare art academies. In addition, university-leveleducation is provided at the National DefenceCollege under the Ministry of Defence.The total university enrolment is currently163,000 students, of which approx. 3,700are students from abroad studying for a degree.The number of international visiting studentsat the Finnish universities is approx.3,500 per year.All universities carry out research and conferdoctorates.System of studyFinnish university degrees correspond toBachelor’s (kandidaatti/kandidat), Master’s(maisteri/magister) and Doctor’s degrees (tohtori/doktor).In most fields students can also takea Licentiate’s degree (lisensiaatti/licentiat) beforethe Doctor’s degree.The Bachelor’s degree takes at least threeyears to complete. It consists of basic andintermediate studies in the major subject, includinga Bachelor’s thesis, studies in one ormore minor subjects and language studies.The Master’s degree requires at least fiveyears of full-time study (or two years after aBachelor’s degree) and includes advancedstudies and a Master’s thesis.University study consists of several types ofwork: lectures and other instruction, exercises,essays or other independent work, setbookexaminations, seminars, and so on. Theycan be compulsory or optional. It is possibleto take extra courses in addition to what isrequired for the degree. Students increasinglydo part of their studies at other universities inFinland or abroad.It should be possible to complete a Licentiate’sdegree in two years and a Doctor’s degreein four. Research and the preparation ofa substantial thesis are essential parts of thestudies for both the Licentiate’s and Doctor’sdegrees.The unit by which study progress is measuredis the credit (opintoviikko/studievecka).One credit is awarded for approximately 40hours of work. One semester of full-time studyis usually worth 15–20 credits. The minimumrequirement for a Bachelor’s degree is 1202


Study in Finlandcredits. The Master’s degree requires 160–180 credits.Continuing education centres at the universitiesprovide professional education for universitygraduates as well as organise openuniversity instruction. Information aboutopen university courses in English is availablefrom the universities and on the Internet athttp://www.avoinyliopisto.fi/english.PolytechnicsThe Finnish polytechnic system was builtduring the 1990’s to create a non-universitysector of higher education. It is founded onthe institutions which previously providedpost-secondary vocational education andwhich have been developed to form a nationwidenetwork of regional institutions of highereducation, i.e. polytechnics.Polytechnic education emphasises close contactswith business, industry and services,especially at the regional level. The degreesare designed to meet the changing requirementsand development needs of the worldof work, having a pronounced occupationalemphasis, and qualifying graduates for variousexpert duties. Polytechnics undertakesome research and development with an appliedand practical emphasis.There are 29 polytechnics, most of which aremulti-field and operate in several units. Currentlythere are approx. 121,000 studentsregistered at polytechnics in Finland. Around2,600 of them are students from abroad studyingfor a degree. There are approx. 2,000international visiting students at the Finnishpolytechnics per year.Polytechnic-level education is also providedat the Police College, which operates underthe Ministry of the Interior.System of studyPolytechnic degrees are Bachelor-level highereducation degrees with a professional emphasis.Studies are organised into degree programmes,which are confirmed by the Ministryof Education. However, the curricula areindependently decided by the polytechnics.The extent of a degree programme is measuredin credits. The term ”credit” refers toapprox. 40 hours of work. The study load foran academic year is around 40 credits. Theextent of most degree programmes is either140 or 160 credits, which corresponds tothree and a half or four years of full-timestudy; an extension of one year is allowed.Degree programmes consist of basic and professionalstudies, optional studies, practicalstudies including an on-the-job training period,and a Bachelor’s thesis. The studies alsoinclude communication and language studies,i.e. studies in the native language, in thesecond official language and in one or moreforeign languages. Students can also combinestudies in other fields, other institutions, orabroad, with their degree.How to apply?Visiting studentsExchange students can come to Finlandthrough European Union programmes, suchas Socrates/Erasmus and Leonardo da Vinci.Students from the USA may participate in theISEP exchange programme while studentsfrom the other Nordic countries can take advantageof the Nordplus scheme. Finnish institutionsof higher education have bilateralagreements with colleges and universitiesabroad which also cover exchange programmes.In special cases, students can beaccepted from outside the above schemes.3


Study in FinlandDegree studentsAs a general rule, international applicants fordegree studies in Finland must first meet theminimum requirements of their own countryfor entry into higher education. They mustalso be prepared to come to Finland to takean entrance test, especially when applying forentry to universities. For the degree programmeslisted in this brochure, good commandof English must usually be certified. Inother degree studies a good knowledge ofFinnish or Swedish is in most cases compulsory.Further information about applicationand entrance requirements is best obtaineddirectly from the university or polytechnic.Post-graduate studentsPost-graduates from other countries are admittedto all Finnish universities. Students areadvised to directly contact the university inwhich they are interested.Further general informationLanguagesInstruction and coursework is mainly carriedout in Finnish or Swedish, depending on theeducational institution. International studentsstaying for shorter periods, however, mostlycommunicate and work in English, althoughthey are encouraged to participate in Finnishor Swedish language programmes designedfor international students.In most of the programmes of this list the languageof instruction is English. Universitiesusually have a Language Centre where studentsmay carry out additional language studies,which are often included in degree programmes.Semesters and vacationsThe academic year has two semesters. Theautumn semester generally runs from September(in polytechnics also from August) toDecember, and the spring semester from Januaryto May. There is no summer semester,but university students can take examinationsand study for their degrees in the summermonths in courses arranged either by the universitiesthemselves or by the Summer Universitysystem (21 in all).CostsSince university education is funded by theState through the Ministry of Education, studentsenrolled in regular degree studies payno tuition fees. The student unions, however,charge an annual membership fee of aboutEUR 40—85 to cover their activities. Studenthealth services are included in this fee. Membershipis compulsory for those who are studyingfor their Bachelor’s or Master’s degree;those who are pursuing their doctoral studiesmay join the union if they wish.Polytechnics do not charge tuition fees either,but a few institutions currently charge feesfor tuition materials, etc. Student union membershipfor students in polytechnics is optional.Students in both universities and polytechnicshave to pay for their books and othermaterials, plus their accommodation and livingexpenses. The total monthly living expensesof a single student average aroundEUR 690.The degree programmes presented in this listusually carry no tuition fees. However, someof the other programmes may be subject to afee. Please contact the institution or visit DiscoverFinland website at http://finland.cimo.fi(Studying | International Programmes) tocheck the fees.Financial aidForeign students who are accepted into Finnishdegree studies may obtain study aid fromthe Finnish government if they have lived inFinland for at least two years for some other4


Study in Finlandpurpose than studies, and their residence inFinland is considered to be permanent. Returningimmigrants and refugees are exemptfrom this regulation. The citizens of EU andother EEA countries may apply for study aidif their studies are closely related to their workin Finland, if they have become involuntarilyunemployed in Finland, or if their parents areworking in Finland.The Centre for International Mobility CIMOand some other organisations grant somescholarships for advanced studies and researchin Finland. Some of the grants are limitedto students from specific countries orfields of study. There are also grants availablewithout these conditions and institutions mayapply for them on behalf of the advanced studentsand researchers they have accepted.Additional information is available fromCIMO, Finnish embassies and the appropriateauthorities (in most countries the Ministryof Education) of student’s own country.Other benefits and servicesStudent housing is generally organised by establishedstudent housing foundations. Insome university towns accommodation canalso be arranged through the student unionsthemselves, or through regional student clubsor faculty organisations. Many towns andmunicipalities also have dormitories maintainedby the municipal community or theeducational institution. Contact the internationaladvisory service of your chosen educationalinstitution in Finland for more information.The receiving institution usually takescare of the accommodation of exchange students.Student union membership entitles the studentto a number of benefits: health services,subsidised meals, cheap travel options andother discounts.The universities and polytechnics offer manykinds of information and other services. Theseinclude advisory services for internationalstudents, student libraries, computer classes,access to the Internet and sports facilities.Are you interested?If you would like to get more informationabout the international programmes in Finnishhigher education, contact CIMO, theCentre for International Mobility. We lookforward to hearing from you – by post, phone,fax or e-mail.Centre for International MobilityP.O. Box 343 (Hakaniemenkatu 2)FIN-00531 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 7747 7033Fax +358 9 7747 7064E-mail cimoinfo@cimo.fihttp://finland.cimo.fi (Discover Finland)Telephone service for international clients:+358 1080 6767 (Monday to Thursday10–12.00 a.m. and 13–15.00 p.m.)5


Study in FinlandInternational Study Programmesin Finnish Higher Education 2003–2004Degree Programmes = programmes that lead to a recognised qualificationOther Programmes = short courses which usually can only be taken as part of an exchange programmeKey to symbolsApplication deadline:Credits:Level:Fees:Contents:day/month(/year)A = annually* = not yet confirmed or not applicableApplication deadlines for degree students, international studentsresiding in Finland and participants in exchange programmes may bedifferent.One Finnish credit refers to an average input of approx. 40 hours ofwork by the student.I = IntroductoryB = Bachelor-levelM = Master-levelD = Doctoral levelO = Other studiesPolytechnic studies are Bachelor-level higher education.The degree programmes presented in this list usually carry notuition fees. Some of the other programmes may be subject to a fee.Y = a feeN = no tuition feeY/N = There may be fees for certain groups of students while for othersthe programme is free of charge. Please contact the institution or visitthe website to check the fees.Degree Programmes at Universities .................................... 7Other Programmes at Universities ..................................... 13Degree Programmes at Polytechnics .................................. 26Other Programmes at Plytechnics ...................................... 32The more detailed list of the international study programmesis available on the Discovre Finland website athttp://finland.cimo.fi (Studying | International Programmes).6


International Study Programmes at Universities 2003–2004Degree ProgrammesInterdisciplinary ProgrammesApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineEUROPEAN STUDIESMaster Degree in Baltic Sea Region Studies * min. 40 M N University of Turkuhttp://www.utu.fi/hum/tdk/english/balticFINNISH AND NORDIC STUDIESBachelor’s/Master’s Degree in Finnish Language * B 120 / B/M N University of Helsinkiand Culture M 160 http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/skl/INTERCULTURAL STUDIESMaster’s Programme of Intercultural Encounters * 40 ECTS M N University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/hum/kvvIslam and the West: An International Master‘s Degree 15/4/03 40 M N University of JoensuuProgramme in Cultural Diversityhttp://www.joensuu.fi/interculturalInterdisciplinary Master’s Program in Intercultural 31/3/04 * M N University of JyväskyläCommunication and Intercultural Relationshttp://www.viesti.jyu.fi/eng/studies/iur.htmlMEDIA STUDIESMA in New Media 15/3 60 M N University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAHhttp://www.mlab.uiah.fi/2studies/index.htmlDoctoral Studies in New Media 15/4 and 40 ECTS D N University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH15/10 http://www.mlab.uiah.fi/~mkaipain/study/RUSSIAN AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIESMaster Degree in Baltic Sea Region Studies * min. 40 M N University of Turkuhttp://www.utu.fi/hum/tdk/english/balticOTHERSMaster of Social Sciences/Arts/Education 3/3/03 40 M N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isss7


Art, Dance, Design, Music and TheatreApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineDegrees in Fine Arts March–June B140/M180/ B/M/D N Academy of Fine ArtsD +120http://www.kuva.fiBachelor, Master, Licentiate and Doctor of Music Mid-March B120/M180/ B/M/L/D N Sibelius AcademyL100/D160http://www.siba.fiArts Management Mid-March 60 M N Sibelius Academy2003 http://www.siba.fi/MAartsmanagement/MA Degree Programme in Graphic Design 15/3 A 60 M N University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAHhttp://www.uiah.fi/gso/MA in New Media 15/3 60 M N University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAHhttp://www.mlab.uiah.fi/2studies/index.htmlMA – Master of Arts in Industrial Design 15/3 60 M N University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAHhttp://tmo.uiah.fi/ePedagogy Design 1/10/03 120 ECTS M N University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAHhttp://arted.uiah.fi/introduction/Doctoral Studies in New Media 15/4 and 40 ECTS D N University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH15/10 http://www.mlab.uiah.fi/~mkaipain/study/Computer ScienceGraduate School in Computational Biology, Bioinformatics * 40 D N University of Helsinkiand Biometry (ComBi)http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/combi/COMAS Graduate School 31/3 and 40 D N University of Jyväskylä30/9 http://www.it.jyu.fi/comas/index.htmlMaster of Science Programme in Interactive Technology 3/3/03 40 M N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fiMaster of Science Programs in Computer Science 3/3/03 40 M N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fiHelsinki Graduate School in Computer Science and * 40–45 D N Helsinki University of TechnologyEngineering (HeCSE)http://www.cs.Helsinki.FI/hecse8


Economics and Business AdministrationApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineMaster’s Program in Electronic and Mobile Commerce 31/3/03 * M N Åbo Akademi Universityhttp://www.tucs.fiBachelor/Master/Licenciate/Ph.D. of Social Sciences * * B/M/D/O N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/kvMaster’s Degree in Business Administration 31/1 * M N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.jyu.fi/economicsSoftware Business 28/3/03 160 M N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.cs.jyu.fi/SBInternational Master’s Programme in Financial and 30/4 163 M N University of OuluManagement Accounting (FMA)http://www.oulu.fi/english/famInternational Business Programme 28/2/03 50 M N University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlInternational Program in Finance 28/2 A 56 M N University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlMaster of Science (Econ.) 28/3/03 40 M N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and BusinessAdministrationhttp://www.hanken.fi/hanken/eng/page681.phpMaster’s Programme in Advanced Financial Information 28/3/03 40 M N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and BusinessSystemsAdministrationhttp://www.hanken.fi/hanken/eng/page581.phpMaster’s Programme in Computational Finance 28/3/03 40 M N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and BusinessAdministrationhttp://www.hanken.fi/hanken/eng/page578.phpMaster’s Programme in Marketing in Cyberspace 28/3/03 40 M N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and BusinessAdministrationwww.hanken.fi/hanken/eng/page589.phpMaster’s Programme in Real Estate Finance 28/3/03 40 M N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and BusinessAdministrationhttp://www.hanken.fi/hanken/eng/page579.phpBachelor of Science in Business Administration 30/5/03 120 B N Helsinki School of Economics – Mikkeli Campushttp://www.mli.hkkk.fi/bscba/Bachelor/Master of Science in Economics and Business * 160 B N Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)Administration – Helsinki Campushttp://www.hkkk.fiMaster of Science in Economics and Business 5/4 40/60 M N Turku School of Economics and BusinessAdministrationAdministration; http://www.tukkk.fi9


EducationApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineMaster of Education International Programme * 160 M N University of Ouluhttp://wwwedu.oulu.fi/med/Engineering and TechnologyInternational Master’s Program in Chemical Engineering 1/2 65 M N Åbo Akademi Universityhttp://www.abo.fi/ktf/chemengInternational Master Programme in Electrical Engineering 30/3 A 40 M N Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.hut.fi/Units/Sela/sela.htmlMaster’s Programme in Telecommunications 31/1 A 40 M N Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.tct.hut.fi/mastersInternational Doctoral Programme in Pulp and Paper at all times * D N Helsinki University of TechnologyScience and Technologyhttp://www.hut.fi/Units/Papsat/index.htmlInternational Master’s Programme in Mechanical Engineer- 15/4 A 60 M N Lappeenranta University of Technologying Design, Manufacturing and Wood Technologyhttp://www.lut.fi/koteEnvironmental SciencesGraduate School in Computational Biology, Bioinformatics * 40 D N University of Helsinkiand Biometry (ComBi) + D. thesis http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/combi/Health Care and Social ServicesMaster’s Programme in Nursing Science 31/5/03 40 M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmInformation TechnologyMaster’s Program in Information Technology 31/3/03 40–60 M N Åbo Akademi University, University of Turku andTurku School of Economics and BusinessAdministration; http://www.tucs.fi10


Master’s Program in Mobile Computing 28/3/03 40–60 M * University of Jyväskylähttp://www.infotech.jyu.fiSoftware Business 28/3/03 160 M N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.cs.jyu.fi/SBCOMAS Graduate School 31/3 and 40 D N University of Jyväskylä30/9 http://www.it.jyu.fi/comas/index.htmlInfotech Oulu Graduate School * 40 D N University of Ouluhttp://www.infotech.oulu.fi/GraduateSchool/GS.htmlMaster of Science Programme in Interactive Technology 3/3/03 40 M N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fiMaster of Science Programs in Computer Science 3/3/03 40 M N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fiPhD in Information Technology 15/5 or 30/9 160 D N University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University andTurku School of Economics and BusinessAdministration; http://www.tucs.fiMaster’s Programme in Telecommunications 31/1 A 40 M N Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.tct.hut.fi/mastersMaster’s Programme in Advanced Financial Information 28/3/03 40 M N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and BusinessSystemsAdministrationhttp://www.hanken.fi/hanken/eng/page581.phpMaster’s Programme in Computational Finance 28/3/03 40 M N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and BusinessAdministrationhttp://www.hanken.fi/hanken/eng/page578.phpMaster’s Programme in Marketing in Cyberspace 28/3/03 40 M N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and BusinessAdministrationhttp://www.hanken.fi/hanken/eng/page589.phpGlobal Information Technology Management 31/3/03 60 M N Turku School of Economics and BusinessAdministration; http://www.tucs.fiMathematics and Natural SciencesApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlinePostgraduate Studies in Natural Sciences at all times 40 D N University of Joensuuhttp://www.joensuu.fi/The International Master´s Program on Nanoscience 28/3 and 40–60 M N University of Jyväskylä12/9/03 http://www.chem.jyu.fi/nanoscience11


Programme in Medical Physics at all times 40 M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/intl/english studies.htmInternational Postgraduate Programme in Epidemiology * * D N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/tsph/epidemiologia.htmlMedical SciencesApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineDoctoral Level Studies in Human Reproduction and at all times 40 D N University of Ouluthe Biology of Hormone-Dependent Cancerhttp://www.oulu.fi/~biocwebInternational Postgraduate Programme in Epidemiology * * D N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/tsph/epidemiologia.htmlSocial SciencesBachelor/Master/Licentiate/Ph.D. of Social Sciences * * B/M/D/O N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/kvAn International Master’s Degree Programme in * 40 M N University of JoensuuHuman Geographyhttp://www.joensuu.fi/geo/engmain.htmMaster of Social Sciences/Arts/Education 3/3/03 40 M N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssTheologyBachelor/Master/Licentiate/Th.D. of Theology * B120/M160/ B/M/L/D N University of HelsinkiL, D50 http://www.helsinki.fi/teolOthersAn International Master’s Degree Programme in * 40 M N University of JoensuuHuman Geographyhttp://www.joensuu.fi/geo/engmain.htmMaster’s Programme in General History 30/4 30+20 M N University of Ouluhttp://koivu.oulu.fi/~histwww/Welcomeng.htm12


International Study Programmes at Universities 2003–2004Other ProgrammesInterdisciplinary ProgrammesApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineASIAN STUDIESAsia-Pacific Studies at all times 40 I/B N University of Helsinki(visiting st.)http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/renvall/apsJapanese Studies 31/5 A 6–40 I/B Y/N University of Ouluhttp://cc.oulu.fi/~histwww/japani/japani.htmENGLISH STUDIESBritish and Irish Studies at all times 10–20 I/B N University of Helsinki(visiting st.)http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/renvall/birDevelopment and Varieties of English 30/4 20 B/M N University of Helsinkihttp://www.eng.helsinki.fiJULIET (Jyväskylä University Language and International 30/6/03 15–20 B N University of JyväskyläEducation for Teachers)http://www.jyu.fi/~hughes/juliet/The FAST Area Studies Program 3/3/03 10–35 B Y University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/FASTEUROPEAN STUDIESEuropean Union Studies * 35 I/B/M/D/O N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/vol/eu/general.htmStudia Europaea at all times 20/40 I/B N University of Helsinki(visiting st.)http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/renvall/sea/European Studies 3/3/03 15–35 B/M Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssBaltic Sea Region Studies 31/5/03 10–20 B Y/N University of Turku(exchange st.)http://www.utu.fi/hum/tdk/english/balticFINNISH AND NORDIC STUDIESFinland-Swedish Studies 31/5 and 20 B/M N Åbo Akademi University1/11 http://www.abo.fi13


Application Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineNordic Studies at all times 10–40 I/B/M N University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/hum/renvall/Finnish Society and Culture * 15 I/B/O N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/kv/fsc/fcsc.htmFinnish Courses for International Students * * I N University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/hum/skl/Sami Studies * 20 I N University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fiArt Research * 20 * N University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fiThis is Finland – Past and Present * 15 I/B N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.jyu.fi/intl/eng/courses/finland.htmFinnish for International Students * 20 I N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.jyu.fi/kielikeskus/engArctic Studies Program (ASP) 15/5 and 15–35 B Y/N University of Lapland15/10 A http://www.urova.fi/kvo, http://www.urova.fi/aspFinnish for Foreigners * 1–8 I Y/N University of Ouluhttp://cc.oulu.fi/~langcent/Homepage.htmScandinavian Studies 31/5 A 18 I Y/N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fi/intlNorthern Cultures and Societies 30/11 A 20 B Y/N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fi/intlFinnish Language and Culture * 6 I/O N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/studies/Finnish as a Foreign Language * 15 I Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/kielikeskus/finnishNordic Perspective on European History * 20 B Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/historia/Finnish Language and Culture 31/5/03 40 I/B Y/N University of Turkuhttp://www.utu.fi/hum/suomi/Finnish-Nordic and European Studies 31/5/03 15 B Y/N University of Turkuhttp://www.utu.fi/yht/tdk/englishModern Finnish as a Foreign Language 28/2 A 80 B/M Y University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlScandinavian Languages/Swedish Language 28/2 A 80 B/M Y University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.html14


Application Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineFRENCH STUDIESEtudes françaises 31/8/03 15 I N University of Jyväskylä; http://www.jyu.fi/kielikeskus/opetus/ranskan_kiel_op_kok.shtmlGERMAN STUDIESGerman Studies / Studiegang Deutschsprachige Lander at all times 10–20 Grund- N University of Helsinkistudiumhttp://www.helsinki.fi/hum/samDeutsche Kulturstudien 31/5/03 16 * N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.jyu.fi/tdk/hum/saksaINTERCULTURAL STUDIESProgramme of Intercultural Encounters * 10 ECTS M N University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/hum/kvvIntercultural Studies (Minor) 30/4/03 15 B N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.viesti.jyu.fi/eng/studies/ICS.program.htmlIntercultural Communication Programme 15/5 and 15 B N University of Lapland15/10 A http://www.urova.fi/kvoIntercultural Communication Studies * 15 I Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/kielikeskusThe FAST Area Studies Program 3/3/03 10–35 B Y University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/FASTMEDIA STUDIESHypermedia Studies 3/3/03 3+3+3 O N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/hyper/Multimedia Authoring Systems 31/8 A 15 B Y University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlNORTH AND SOUTH AMERICAN STUDIESNorth American Studies end of March 20+20 I/B/M/D N University of Helsinkiand Octoberhttp://www.helsinki.fi/hum/renvall/Latin American Studies end of March 10/20+20 I/B/M/D N University of Helsinkiand Octoberhttp://www.helsinki.fi/hum/ibero/lam/North American Studies 3/3/03 20+20 B/M Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/studies15


Application Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineRUSSIAN AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIESRussian and East European Studies at all times 40 I/B/M/D N University of Helsinki(visiting st.)http://www.helsinki.fiVia Baltica-Baltic Studies * 15 I N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/kv/viab/index.htmKarelia, Russia and the Baltic Area 31/5/03 40–60 B/M Y/N University of Joensuuhttp://www.joensuu.fi/humtdk/karelia/karelia.htmRussian Studies Programme 15/5 and 15 B N University of Lapland15/10 A http://www.urova.fi/kvoRussian Studies Programme 3/3/03 15–20 I/B/M Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/fil2/slaf/rustBaltic Sea Region Studies 31/5/03 10–20 B Y/N University of Turku(exchange st.)http://www.utu.fi/hum/tdk/english/balticSEMIOTICSSemiotic Studies at all times 10–60 I/B/D N University of Helsinki; http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/semiotiikka/inenglish/index.htmlWOMEN’S STUDIESWomen’s Studies 31/5 and 15 B/M N Åbo Akademi University1/11 http://www.abo.fi/instut/kvinnis/ifkvhems.htmUniversity of Turkuhttp://www.utu.fi/hum/naistutkimusWomen’s Studies Programme: The Gender System at all times 20 B/M N University of Helsinkiin Finland and the Nordic Countrieshttp://www.helsinki.fi/kristiina-instituutti/Women’s studies 15/5 and 15 I N University of Lapland; http://www.urova.fi/home/ktk/15/10 A naistutkimus/womensstudies15cr.htmNorthern Women Studies 31/3 A 10 B/(M) Y/N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fiWomen’s Studies: Basic Studies Programme 3/3/03 15 I Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isss/OTHERSStudi italiani 31/5/03 15 I N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.jyu.fi16


Agriculture and ForestryApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineEnvironmental Science and Forestry 31/5/03 approx. 80 B/M Y/N University of Joensuuhttp://www.joensuu.fi/envsci/index.htmlArchitectureModern Nordic Architecture (MoNArch) 15/5 A 32 ECTS B Y/N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fiGeneral Studies Program (GSP) 31/3 and max. 40 M Y/N Helsinki University of Technology31/10 http://www.hut.fi/Yksikot/Osastot/AWood Program 31/3 and max. 40 M Y Helsinki University of Technology31/10 http://www.hut.fi/Yksikot/Osastot/AArt, Dance, Design, Music and TheatreArt Studies in the North 15/5 and 10–15 B N University of Lapland15/10 A http://www.urova.fi/Studies in Fine Arts end of October B140/M180/ B/M/D N Academy of Fine Artsor April D+120 http://www.kuva.fiWays of Seeing 15/6 and 20 O Y/N University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH30/11 http://www.uiah.fiComputer ScienceSoftware Business 31/5 30–40 M N University of Ouluhttp://www.tol.oulu.fi/english.htmlEconomics and Business AdministrationBusiness Studies 30/5 and 40 B/M N Åbo Akademi University1/11 http://www.abo.fiCourses in Economics and Business Administration * 30 B/M N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fi17


18Application Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineSoftware Business 31/5 30–40 M N University of Ouluhttp://www.tol.oulu.fi/english.htmlThe School of Business Administration * 2–6 ECTS/ B/M N University of Tamperecoursehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/katiEast-West Business Studies 31/8 A 15–25 M Y University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlInternational Business Programme 28/2/03 15 M Y University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlInternational Program in Finance 28/2 A 20 M Y University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlScandinavian Business Studies 28/2 A 16 M Y University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlInfocom Management Program 15/4 30 M Y Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.tuta.hut.fi/infocomInternational Business Linkage Program 15/4 30 M Y Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.tuta.hut.fi/linkageOperations Management Linkage Program 15/4 30 M Y/N Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.tuta.hut.fi/OMLinkageInternational Business and Technology Management 1/6 and 1.5–6 ECTS/ B Y/N Lappeenranta University of Technology1/11/03 course http://www.lut.fi/ibtmProgramme in International Business 15/8 and max. 40 B/M Y/N Hanken Swedish School of Economics and Business15/12 Administration; http://www.hanken.fiArea Studies Program * 2 or 4/course B/M N Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)http://www.hkkk.fiFinance Program * 4/course B/M N Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)http://www.hkkk.fiInformation Technology Program in March 16 B/M N Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)2003 http://www.hkkk.fi/itpIntercultural Communication Program * 16 B/M N Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)http://www.hkkk.fiInternational Design Business Management Program 15/4/03 16 B/M N Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)http://www.hkkk.fi/idbmProgram in International Business * 4/course B/M N Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)http://www.hkkk.fi/IBInternational Master of Business Administration program at all times 92 M Y Helsinki School of Economics (HSE)http://www.mbahelsinki.netBusiness Studies 30/4 and 5/course; B/M Y Turku School of Economics and Business31/10/03 max. 30 Administration; http://www.tukkk.fi


EducationApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineStudies in Education * 10–15 B/M N University of Helsinkihttp://www.malux.edu.helsinki.fi/okl/An International Study Programme for 31/5/03 23–35 B/M N University of Joensuu; http://www.edu.joensuu.fi/Educational Sciencesprogramme2001-2002/default.htmJULIET (Jyväskylä University Language and International 30/6/03 15–20 B N University of JyväskyläEducation for Teachers)http://www.jyu.fi/~hughes/juliet/Physical Education 15/5 A 7–9 B N University of Laplandhttp://www.urova.fi/Teaching Practice 15/5 and 7 B N University of Lapland15/10 A http://www.urova.fi/Early Childhood Education at all times approx. 9 B/M N University of Oulu; http://www.hallinto.oulu.fi/optsto/kvasiat/studies_in_english.htmlEngineering and TechnologyIndustrial Environmental Engineering at all times 22 B/M/D N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fiBioprocess Engineering at all times 1–3/course B/M N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fi/bioprocessIndustrial Control Programme 15/1 or 5 M N University of Oulu30/9 http://cc.oulu.fi/~posyswwwEuropean Mineral Engineering Course 30/4 14.5 M Y/N Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.hut.fi/Units/MiningLinkage/EMEC/European Mining Course 30/4 8 M Y/N Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.hut.fi/Units/MiningLinkage/EMC/Infocom Management Program 15/4 30 M Y Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.tuta.hut.fi/infocomLinkage Program: Modern Technology in the Pulp and 30/4 A 35–40 M Y Helsinki University of TechnologyPaper Industryhttp://www.hut.fi/Units/PulpAndPaperLinkage/Operations Management Linkage Program 15/4 30 M Y/N Helsinki University of Technologyhttp://www.tuta.hut.fi/OMLinkageWood Program 31/3 and max. 40 M Y Helsinki University of Technology31/10 http://www.hut.fi/Yksikot/Osastot/AInternational Business and Technology Management 1/6 and 1.5–6 ECTS/ B Y/N Lappeenranta University of Technology1/11/03 course http://www.lut.fi/ibtm19


Application Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineInternational Program on Biomedical Engineering and 31/3 A 40–50 M/D N Tampere University of TechnologyMedical Informaticshttp://ee.tut.fi/rgi/educationInternational Programme in Information Technology 31/3 * M/D N Tampere University of Technologyhttp://www.cs.tut.fi/uniprogrammeInternational Program in Materials Science 31/3 and 30–40 M Y Tampere University of Technology31/8 A http://www.tut.fi/units/ms/molEnvironmental SciencesEnvironmental Studies 31/5 and 15–40 I/B/M N Åbo Akademi University; http://www.abo.fi/1/11 fc/Natvet-miljo/environmentalstudies.htmBoreal Biota and Ecology 15/5/03 ca. 20 B * University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/ml/ekol/bae.htmlAerosol and Environmental Physics at all times 10–30 M/D N University of Helsinkihttp://mist.helsinki.fi/Environmental Science and Forestry 31/5/03 approx. 80 B/M Y/N University of Joensuuhttp://www.joensuu.fi/envsci/index.htmlBiochemistry 31/1 A 7.5 I/B N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/laitokset/biokemCourses in Environmental Sciences 15/5 A 20 M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmNorthern Nature and Environment Studies 31/3 and 10–60 B/M/D Y/N University of Oulu31/10 A http://cc.oulu.fi/~biolwww/nneNatural Sciences and Environmental Education 15/8 A 15 B N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fiHealth Care and Social ServicesDiploma in Health Care Quality Improvement and at all times 40 O Y University of HelsinkiLeadership Development (DQI®)http://www.mqi.helsinki.fiMaster in Health Care Quality Improvement and at all times 60 O Y University of HelsinkiLeadership Development (MQI®)http://www.mqi.helsinki.fiStudies in Public Health at all times max. 50 B/M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.pheducation.info/20


Programme in Health Policy and Management 30/4/03 15 M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmMaster of Public Health Programme 30/4/03 min. 50 O Y University of Kuopiohttp://www.pheducation.info/Information TechnologyApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineArgonaut Study Programme * 20 I/O N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/comm/argo.htmBasics for Communication Networks at all times 2–9 M N University of Ouluhttp://www.ee.oulu.fiCourses in Software Engineering 31/5 and 8–30 M N University of Oulu31/10 http://tol.oulu.fi/Information Studies 3/3/03 15 I Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssMultimedia Authoring Systems 31/8 A 15 B Y University of Vaasahttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.htmlInternational Programme in Information Technology 31/3 * M/D N Tampere University of Technologyhttp://www.cs.tut.fi/uniprogrammeLawInternational Master of Laws (LL.M.) Diploma Programme 30/4/03 60 ECTS M/D Y University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/oik/tdk/english.htmlMaster of Comparative Law (MCL) * 40 ECTS B/O Y University of Laplandhttp://www.urova.fi/Turku Law School 31/5 and 70 I/B/M Y University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University and1/11/03 Turku School of Economics and Business Adminstr.http://www.utu.fi/oik/tdk/english/index.htmMathematics and Natural SciencesBiochemistry 31/5 and * B/M N Åbo Akademi University1/11 http://www.abo.fi/fak/mnf/bkf/Courses in Mathematics and Natural Sciences 31/5 and 3–7.5 ECTS/ B/M N Åbo Akademi University1/11 course http://www.abo.fi21


Application Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineCourses in Plant Ecology and Plant Systematics 30/4/03 * B/M N University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/ml/ekol/english/index.htmlBoreal Biota and Ecology 15/5/03 ca. 20 B * University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/ml/ekol/bae.htmlAdvanced Studies in Organic Chemistry at all times max. 30 M/D/O N University of Helsinkihttp://www.helsinki.fi/~orgkm_ww/Aerosol and Environmental Physics at all times 10–30 M/D N University of Helsinkihttp://mist.helsinki.fi/Materials Science at all times 20–30 M/D N University of Helsinkihttp://www.physics.helsinki.fiParticle Physics and Cosmology at all times 10–20 M/D N University of Helsinkihttp://www.physics.helsinki.fiSpace Physics * 12 M/D N University of Helsinkihttp://www.physics.helsinki.fiThe 13th Jyväskylä Summer School 21/5/03 * M/D N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.jyu.fi/summerschool/Biochemistry 31/1 A 7.5 I/B N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/laitokset/biokemStudies in Molecular Bioinformatics 31/10 A 14 B/M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/laitokset/biokem/index.htmAdvanced Studies in Cellular Biochemistry 31/5/03 9.5–12.5 B N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/laitokset/biokemMolecular Biotechnology Programme 1/9/03 9 M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmNorthern Nature and Environment Studies 31/3 and 10–60 B/M/D Y/N University of Oulu31/10 A http://cc.oulu.fi/~biolwww/nneStudies in Chemistry 31/3 and * B/M/D N University of Oulu31/10 A http://www.oulu.fi/chemistry/english/Studies in Physical Sciences at all times 3–10/course B/M/D N University of Ouluhttp://www.oulu.fiCourses in Biochemistry at all times 2–47.5 B/M N University of Ouluhttp://www.biochem.oulu.fi/index_e.html22


Medical SciencesApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineDiploma in Health Care Quality Improvement and at all times 40 O Y University of HelsinkiLeadership Development (DQI®)http://www.mqi.helsinki.fiMaster in Health Care Quality Improvement and at all times 60 O Y University of HelsinkiLeadership Development (MQI®)http://www.mqi.helsinki.fiIntegrated Course in Internal Medicine, Surgery and 15/4/03 17.25 B/M N University of KuopioNeurologyhttp://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmStudies in Nutrition 15/5 A 18.5 B/M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmStudies in Public Health at all times max. 50 B/M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.pheducation.info/Advanced Studies in Cellular Biochemistry 31/5/03 9.5–12.5 B N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/laitokset/biokemStudies in Social Pharmacy 31/10 A 8 M N University of Kuopiohttp://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmMaster of Public Health Programme 30/4/03 min. 50 O Y University of Kuopiohttp://www.pheducation.info/PhilosophyPhilosophy 31/5 and 3–7.5 ECTS/ B/M N Åbo Akademi University1/11 course http://www.abo.fiContemporary Issues in Social Sciences and Philosophy * 20–30 ECTS B/M N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.jyu.fiPsychologyContemporary Issues in Human Development * 10 B/M N University of Jyväskylä; http://www.jyu.fi/psychology/studying/cihd-programme.htmPsychology 3/3/03 15 I Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isss23


Social SciencesApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineEuropean Union Studies * 35 I/B/M/D/O N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/vol/eu/general.htmFinnish Society and Culture * 15 I/B/0 N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/kv/fsc/fcsc.htmArgonaut Study Program * 20 I/O N University of Helsinkihttp://www.valt.helsinki.fi/comm/argo.htmAn International Study Programme in Social Sciences 31/5/03 36 B/M Y/N University of Joensuuhttp://www.joensuu.fi/yhteiskunta/socialsciences.htmlContemporary Issues in Social Sciences and Philosophy * 20–30 ECTS B/M N University of Jyväskylähttp://www.jyu.fiSocial Work in Health Care 15/5 and 21 B N University of Kuopio31/10/03 http://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmSociology of Deviance 15/5 and 15 B N University of Kuopio31/10/03 http://www.uku.fi/intl/english/studies.htmSocial Work * 14+16 B/M N University of Laplandhttp://www.urova.fi/International Relations 3/3/03 15+30 I/B Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssJournalism and Mass Communication 3/3/03 18 I/B Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssPolitical Science 3/3/03 15+30 I/B Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssSociology 3/3/03 15+30 I/B Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssInformation Studies 3/3/03 15 I Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssSocial Psychology 3/3/03 15 I Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssSocial Policy 3/3/03 18 B/M Y/N University of Tamperehttp://www.uta.fi/laitokset/isssComparative Administration and Public Management 28/2 A 30 B Y University of Vaasa(CAPM) Programmehttp://www.uwasa.fi/opintotsto/internat.html/24


Sport SciencesApplication Credits Level Fees University + websitedeadlineSport Sciences and Health Education 31/5 and 23 B/M N University of Jyväskylä30/9/03 http://www.jyu.fiStudies in Sport Management 31/5 and 32 M Y/N University of Jyväskylä30/9/03 http://www.jyu.fi/TheologyVisiting Student Studies at the Faculty of Theology at all times * B/M/D N University of Helsinki(visiting st.)http://www.helsinki.fi/teolReligion in Russia and Eastern Europe at all times 5 B/M N University of Helsinki(visiting st.)http://www.helsinki.fi/teolReligion, Modernity and Postmodernity at all times 5 B/M N University of Helsinki(visiting st.)http:// www.helsinki.fi/teolReligion, State and Society at all times 5 B/M N University of Helsinki(visiting st.)http://www.helsinki.fi/teolOthersCourses in Geography of Planning 31/3 and 2–13 B/M N University of Oulu; http://www.oulu.fi/31/10 A geography/department_of_geography_start.htmlThe M.A. European Urban Cultures in April 70 ECTS O * University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAHhttp://www.mmu.ac.uk/h-ss/sis/eurma.htm25


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineDegree Programme in International Business (Bachelor of 30/4 A 140 N Haaga Institute PolytechnicBusiness Administration)http://www.hiamk.fiDegree Programme in International Business (Bachelor of 2/1–25/4/03 140 N Häme PolytechnicBusiness Administration)http://www.hamk.fiDegree Programme for Multilingual Management Assistants (BBA) 28/3/03 140 N Helsinki Business Polytechnic – Heliahttp://www.helia.fi/hakem/opas/mubba.htmDegree Programme in International Business (BBA) 28/3 and 140 N Helsinki Business Polytechnic – Helia30/9/03 http://www.helia.fi/hakem/opas/liibba.htmDegree Programme in International Business/Marketing 1–31/3/03 140 N Helsinki Business Polytechnic – Heliahttp://www.helia.fiDegree Programme in Tourism 1–31/3/03 140 N Helsinki Business Polytechnic – Heliahttp://www.helia.fiDegree Programme in International Business (Bachelor of 14/2 or 140 N Jyväskylä Polytechnic; http://www.jypoly.fiBusiness Administration) 4/4/03Degree Programme in International Business 17/3 or 5/4/03 140 N Kajaani Polytechnic; http://www.kajak.fi(Bachelor of Business Administration)Degree Programme in Business Information Technology 28/2 or 30/4/03 140 N Kemi-Tornio Polytechnic; http://www.tokem.fiDegree Programme in Business Management 28/2 or 30/4/03 140 N Kemi-Tornio Polytechnic; http://www.tokem.fiDegree Programme in International Business; International Marketing 30/4/03 140 N Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; http://www.kyamk.fiDegree Programme in International Business; International Trade 1/11/03 140 N Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; http://www.kyamk.fiDegree Programme in Business Information Technology 14/2 or 17/4/03 140 N Lahti Polytechnic; http://www.lamk.fi/engl/ltlInternational Business (Bachelor of Business Administration) 14/2 or 17/4/03 140 N Lahti Polytechnic; http://www.lamk.fi/engl/ltlDegree Programme in Business Management 4/4/03 140 N Laurea Polytechnic; http://www.laurea.fiBusiness Management Programme (BBA) 25/4/03 140 N Mikkeli Polytechnic; http://www.mikkeliamk.fiInternational Business * 140 N North Karelia Polytechnic; http://www.ncp.fi/ibDegree Programme in International Business 14/2 or 4/4/03 140 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishInternational Business Studies (Bachelor of Business Administration) 14/2 or 30/4/03 140 N Pohjois-Savo Polytechnic; http://www.pspt.fi27


Degree Programme in International Business and Marketing 14/2 or 4/4/03 140 N Satakunta Polytechnic; http://www.samk.fiLogistics (Bachelor of Business Administration)Degree Programme in International Business 4/4/03 140 N Seinäjoki Polytechnichttp://www.seamk.fi/english/businessDegree Programme in International Business 14/4/03 140 N Tampere Polytechnic; http://www.cs.tpu.fi/bbaDegree Programme in Business Information Technology 4/4/03 140 N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fi,http://www.tsk.turkuamk.fiDegree Programme in International Business 28/2 or 4/4/03 140 N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fiSpecialisation: International Trade and FinancingDegree Programme in International Business 4/4/03 140 N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fiSpecialisation: International Business ManagementDegree Programme in International Business – Diplomstudiengang 4/4/03 140 N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fiin Internationaler BetriebswirtschaftInternational Business (Bachelor of Business Administration, BBA) 4/4/03 140 N Vaasa Polytechnic; http://www.puv.fiEngineering and TechnologyApplication Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadline28Industrial Management (Bachelor of Engineering) 1/1–14/2 or 160 N Arcada Polytechnic; http://www.arcada.fi1/1–4/4/03Degree Programme in Information Technology 4/4/03 160 N Espoo-Vantaa Institute of Technology, EVTEK(Bachelor of Engineering)http://www.evtek.fiDegree Programme in Media Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering) 4/4/03 160 N Espoo-Vantaa Institute of Technology, EVTEKhttp://www.evtek.fiIndustrial Management in April A 160 N Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia; http://www.stadia.fi/Degree Programme in Logistics Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering) 14/2 or 4/4/03 160 N Jyväskylä Polytechnic; http://www.jypoly.fiDegree Programme in Information Technology 15/2 or 15/5/03 160 N Kemi-Tornio Polytechnic; http://www.tokem.fiInformation Technology (B.Eng.) 25/4/03 160 N Mikkeli Polytechnic; http://www.mikkeliamk.fiDegree Programme in Information Technology 14/2 or 30/4/03 160 N Pohjois-Savo Polytechnic; http://www.pspt.fi(Bachelor of Engineering)


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineDegree Programme in Mechanical Engineering and Production 14/2 or 30/4/03 160 N Pohjois-Savo Polytechnic; http://www.pspt.fiTechnologyDegree Programme in Environmental Engineering 14/2 or 4/4/03 160 N Satakunta Polytechnic; http://www.samk.fi(Bachelor of Engineering)Mechanical Engineering and Production Technology 15/2 or 5/4/03 160 N South Carelia Polytechnic; http://www.scp.fiDegree Programme in Information Technology 4/4/03 160 N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fi,Specialisation: Data Communicationshttp://www.tsk.turkuamk.fiInformation Technology (Bachelor of Engineering) 4/4/03 160 N Vaasa Polytechnic; http://www.puv.fiEnvironmental SciencesDegree Programme in Environmental Engineering 14/2 or 4/4/03 160 N Satakunta Polytechnic; http://www.samk.fi(Bachelor of Engineering)Degree Programme in Environmental Engineering 4/4/03 160 N Tampere Polytechnichttp://www.tech.tpu.fi/environmental/Health Care and Social ServicesHuman Ageing and Elderly Service (Bachelor of Health 1/1–14/2 or 140 N Arcada Polytechnic; http://www.arcada.fiCare and Social Services) 1/1–4/4/03An International Degree Programme in Nursing and Health Care 10/3–4/4/03 140 N Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia; http://www.stadia.fi/Degree Programme in Social Services/Social Pedagogy including 10/3–4/4/03 140 N Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia; http://www.stadia.fithe British Higher National Diploma in Care PracticeInternational Degree Programme in Nursing 28/2 or 30/4/03 140 N Kemi-Tornio Polytechnic; http://www.tokem.fiDegree Programme in Nursing 4/4/03 140 N Laurea Polytechnic; http://www.laurea.fiDegree Programme in Social Services 4/4/03 140 N Laurea Polytechnic; http://www.laurea.fiDegree Programme in Nursing 5/4/03 140 N Mikkeli Polytechnic; http://www.mikkeliamk.fi29


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineDegree Programme in Nursing (Bachelor of Nursing) 4/4/03 140 N Pirkanmaa Polytechnic; http://www.piramk.fiDegree Programme in Social Services (Bachelor of Social Services) * 140 N Pirkanmaa Polytechnic; http://www.piramk.fiDegree Programme in Physiotherapy 14/2 or 4/4/03 140 N Satakunta Polytechnic; http://www.samk.fiDegree Programme in Nursing (Bachelor of Nursing) 4/4/03 140 N Swedish Polytechnic, Finland; http://www.syh.fiDegree Programme in Nursing 28/2 or 4/4 140 N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fiHotel, Restaurant and Tourism StudiesDegree Programme in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management 4/4/03 140 N Haaga Institute Polytechnic; http://www.hiamk.fi(Bachelor of Hospitality Management - Restonomi AMK)Degree Programme in Tourism 1–31/3/03 140 N Helsinki Business Polytechnic – Heliahttp://www.helia.fiDegree Programme in Facility Management and Consumer 14/2 or 4/4/03 160 N Jyväskylä Polytechnic; http://www.jypoly.fiCommunication (Bachelor of Hospitality Management)Degree Programme in Tourism Studies 1/4 or 30/4 140 N Rovaniemi Polytechnic; http://www.ramk.fiHotel and Restaurant Business (Bachelor of Hotel, Restaurant and 4/4/03 140 N Vaasa Polytechnic; http://www.puv.fiTourism Management)Information TechnologyDegree Programme in Information Technology 4/4/03 160 N Espoo-Vantaa Institute of Technology, EVTEK(Bachelor of Engineering)http://www.evtek.fiDegree Programme in Media Engineering (Bachelor of Engineering) 4/4/03 160 N Espoo-Vantaa Institute of Technology, EVTEKhttp://www.evtek.fiDegree Programme in Business Information Technology 31/3/03 140 N Helsinki Business Polytechnic – Heliahttp://www.helia.fiDegree Programme in Business Information Technology 28/2 or 30/4/03 140 N Kemi-Tornio Polytechnic; http://www.tokem.fi30


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineDegree Programme in Information Technology 15/2 or 15/5/03 160 N Kemi-Tornio Polytechnic; http://www.tokem.fiDegree Programme in Business Information Technology 14/2 or 17/4/03 140 N Lahti Polytechnic; http://www.lamk.fi/engl/ltlInformation Technology (B.Eng.) 25/4/03 160 N Mikkeli Polytechnic; http://www.mikkeliamk.fiDegree Programme in Information Technology 14/2 or 4/4/03 160 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishDegree Programme in Business Information Technology 4/4/03 140 N Turku Polytechnichttp://www.turkuamk.fi, http://www.tsk.turkuamk.fiSport SciencesDegree Programme in Sports and Leisure Management 15/5/03 140 N Haaga Institute Polytechnic; http://www.hiamk.fi31


International Study Programmes at Polytechnics 2003–2004Other ProgrammesApplication Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineInterdisciplinary ProgrammesFINNISH AND NORDIC STUDIESFinnish Music and Local Cultural Work at all times 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduCultural Production and the Welfare State at all times 15 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduINTERCULTURAL STUDIESCultural Production in an International Environment 5/3/03 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduInternational Civil Society and Globalisation 20/11/03 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduMEDIA STUDIESCommunication and Media Studies 14/11 20 Y/N Diaconia Polytechnic; http://www.turku.diak.fiRUSSIAN AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIESDoing Business in Russia/East Europe at all times 12 N North Karelia Polytechnic; http://www.ncp.fi/ibProduction and Management of the Ugrian Festival 27/6/03 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduOTHERSMikkeli International Summer Term 25/4/03 2–3/course Y/N Mikkeli Polytechnichttp://www.mikkeliamk.fi/summertermInternational Project Management 30/5 or 30/6 40 N Rovaniemi Polytechnic; http://www.ramk.fi/english32


Agriculture and ForestryApplication Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineAgricultural and Rural Industries 15/5/03 34 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiForestry Aug. and Jan. 10 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiHorticulture 15/5/03 23 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiLandscape Design 15/5/03 20 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiSawmilling and Wood-based Panel Technology Studies End of May A 20 N Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; http://www.kyamk.fiStudies of Forest Products Marketing 15/10 A 20 N Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; http://www.kyamk.fiForestry and Wood Technology at all times 12 N North Karelia Polytechnic; http://www.ncp.fiEnvironmental Studies 1/5/03 10 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishRecreation and Nature 1/11/03 10 Y Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishSustainability in the Studylines of Natural Resources 31/12/03 5 Y/N Seinäjoki Polytechnichttp://www.seamk.fi/english/forestryForestry at all times 15 Y/N Tampere Polytechnic; http://www.tpu.fiArt, Dance, Design, Music and TheatreCultural Production and the Welfare State at all times 15 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduCultural Production in an International Environment 5/3/04 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduFinnish Music and Local Cultural Work at all times 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduFinnish Institutions and Civil Society in Cultural Production at all times 20 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduIntroduction to Contemporary Visual Culture 20/11/03 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduProduction and Management of the Ugrian Festival 27/6/03 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduFurniture and Interior Design 15/5/03 max. 20/sem. N Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; http://www.kyamk.fi33


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineIndustrial Design 15/5/03 max. 20/sem. N Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; http://www.kyamk.fiRestoration (Furniture and Architectural) 15/5/03 max. 20/sem. N Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; http://www.kyamk.fiTextile and Fashion Design 15/5/03 max. 20/sem. N Kymenlaakso Polytechnic; http://www.kyamk.fiIndividual Instrumental Instructions/Chamber Music Instructions at all times 12 N North Karelia Polytechnic; http://www.ncp.fiDesign and Graphic Design 1/5 and 1/11/03 max. 49 Y/N Pohjois-Savo Polytechnichttp://www.designkuopio.fiComputer ScienceInformation Technology 15/5/03 16–26 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiIntroduction to Contemporary Visual Culture 20/11/03 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduInteractive Media Programme 15/5 and 15/10/03 15–20 Y/N Tampere Polytechnic; http://www.cult.tpu.fi/englishEconomics and Business Administration34Global Marketing and Management at all times 14 N Central Ostrobothnia Polytechnic; http://www.cop.fiInternational Business 31/5/03 124 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiMBA, Master of Business Administration 15/5/03 80 Y Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiManagement Studies 15/5/03 40 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiCultural Production in an International Environment 5/3/04 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduInformation and Knowledge Management 31/10/03 20 Y/N Laurea Polytechnic; http://www.lvaara.laurea.fiDoing Business in Russia/East Europe at all times 12 N North Karelia Polytechnic; http://www.ncp.fi/ibBusiness Engineering 30/5/03 20 N Oulu Polytechnichttp://www.tekniikka.oamk.fi/business/Doing Business in Finland and Her Neighbouring Areas: 30/11/03 20 Y Seinäjoki Polytechnic;The Baltic States and Russiahttp://www.seamk.fi/yamk/kansainv/gateway.htm


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineInternational Programme of Seinäjoki Business School 15/5/03 40 Y/N Seinäjoki Polytechnic;http://www.seamk.fi/english/businessInternational Business Programme 30/4 A 42 Y/N South Carelia Polytechnic; http://www.scp.fiExecutive MBA at all times 85 Y Tampere Polytechnic; http://www.tpu.fiQuality in Business Management 2/6/03 40 N Tampere Polytechnichttp://www.tpu.fi/english/qbm.htmEducationAdventure Education Course 31/5/03 25.5 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduWilderness Adventure and Outdoor Actvities 28/3/04 10 ECTS * Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduInternational Teacher Education Programme 31/1/04 35 N Jyväskylä Polytechnic; http://www.vte.fiEngineering and TechnologyGlobal Marketing and Management at all times 14 N Central Ostrobothnia Polytechnic; http://www.cop.fiBiotechnology and Food Engineering 15/5/03 4–10 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiEnvironmental Technology 30/4/03 17 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiManagement of Information in Global Supply Chains and 30/4/03 80 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fi/iayAutomation MaintenanceMechanical and Production Engineering 15/5/03 14–20 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiITCom Information Technology and Communications April A 80 N Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia; http://www.teli.stadia.fiTechnology as Business (TaB) 14/11/03 30 ECTS N Kemi-Tornio Polytechnic; http://www.tokem.fiBusiness Engineering 30/5/03 20 N Oulu Polytechnichttp://www.tekniikka.oamk.fi/business/Internet Learning Environment (ILE) 30/5 and 30/11 20 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://ile.oamk.fi/ile35


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineMaster of Science, Management in Construction, Structural Design 31/5/03 40 Y Oulu Polytechnicand Construction Managementhttp://msccon.it.oamk.fi/index.htmlPaper Technology 30/10 20 Y/N South Carelia Polytechnic; http://www.scp.fiEuropean Civil Engineering Management (ECEM) at all times 40 Y/N Tampere Polytechnic; http://www.tpu.fiInternational Pulp and Paper Technology 15/11/03 40 Y/N Tampere Polytechnic; http://www.tpu.fiQuality in Business Management 2/6/03 40 N Tampere Polytechnichttp://www.tpu.fi/english/qbm.htmCivil Engineering 1/10/03 20 Y/N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fiData Networks I–4 / CISCO 30/5 8 Y/N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fiDatanetworks 5–8 / CISCO 30/5 12 Y/N Turku Polytechnic; http://www.turkuamk.fiEnvironmental SciencesBiotechnology and Food Engineering 15/5/03 4–10 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiEnvironmental Technology 30/4/03 17 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiInternational Studies in Sustainable Development (Natural Resources) Spring 2003 30 Y/N Laurea Polytechnic; http://www.laurea.fiEnvironmental Studies 1/5/03 10 Y Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishRecreation and Nature 1/11/03 10 Y Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishForestry at all times 15 Y/N Tampere Polytechnic; http://www.tpu.fiHealth Care and Social ServicesInternational Course of European Social Work in West and East 30/4/03 15 Y/N Diaconia Polytechnic; http://www.diak.fiSocial Analysis and Changing Communities – SOCOM end of November 15 Y/N Diaconia Polytechnic; http://www.diak.fiGlobal Youth Work 29/11/03 18 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.edu36


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineWinter Sport as a Tool of Youth Work 10/1/04 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduYouth Work in NGOs 20/11/03 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduMulticultural Aspects of Social and Health Care Autumn 2003 20 Y/N Laurea Polytechnic; http://www.laurea.fiInternational Community Nursing/Community Assessment Module 2/6 and 17/10/03 6 N Mikkeli Polytechnic; http://www.mikkeliamk.fiProfessional Training Programme for Nurses in Public Health 2/5/03 20 N Mikkeli Polytechnic; http://www.mikkeliamk.fiNurses and MidwifesArcada Polytechnic; http://www.arcada.fiAcute und Critical Care (OLA2222) at all times 9 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishAdult Nursing at all times 20 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishAdventure Based Education in the Finnish Wilderness 1/12/03 5 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishInternational Studies in Social Services 1/8 and 1/12/03 5 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://www.oamk.fi/englishEuropean Nursing at all times 12 N Seinäjoki Polytechnic; http://www.seamk.fi/eunuMulti-cultural Nursing at all times 20 N Seinäjoki Polytechnichttp://www.seamk.fi/english/healthcareHotel, Restaurant and Tourism StudiesTourism Studies 30/4/03 11 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiInternational Studies in Hospitality Management autumn 2003 30–35 ECTS Y/N Laurea Polytechnic; http://www.laurea.fiFinnish Tourism Industry 31/10/03 13–14 N Mikkeli Polytechnic; http://www.mikkeliamk.fiNaturetourism at all times 5 N North Karelia Polytechnic; http://www.ncp.fiInformation TechnologyInformation Technology 15/5/03 16–26 N Häme Polytechnic; http://www.hamk.fiInformation Technology, Digital Media 31/10/03 20 Y/N Laurea Polytechnic; http://www.laurea.fi37


Application Credits Fees Polytechnic + websitedeadlineInformation and Knowledge Management 31/10/03 20 Y/N Laurea Polytechnic ; http://www.lvaara.laurea.fiBusiness Information Technology 30/9/03 20 N North Karelia Polytechnic; http://www.ncp.fiInternet Learning Environment (ILE) 30/5 and 30/11 20 N Oulu Polytechnic; http://ile.oamk.fi/ileInteractive Media Programme 15/5 and 15/10/03 15–20 Y/N Tampere Polytechnic; http://www.cult.tpu.fi/englishSport SciencesAdventure Education Course 31/5/03 25.5 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduGlobal Youth Work 29/11/03 18 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduWilderness Adventure and Outdoor Activities 28/3/04 10 ECTS * Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.eduWinter Sport as a Tool of Youth Work 10/1/04 10 ECTS N Humanities Polytechnic; http://www.humak.edu38


Study in FinlandContact InformationUniversitiesMulti-faculty UniversitiesÅbo Akademi UniversityInternational OfficeTavastgatan 13FIN-20500 ÅboTel. +358 2 215 4790Fax +358 2 251 3230E-mail international@abo.fihttp://www.abo.fiUniversity of HelsinkiDegree programmes:Foreign Student AdviserInformation and Counselling OfficeP.O. Box 3 (Fabianinkatu 33)00014 University f HelsinkiTel. +358 9 191 22604Fax +358 9 191 22662E-mail robert.ramberg@helsinki.fiOther programmes:International ServicesP.O. Box 33 (Yliopistonkatu 4)00014 University of HelsinkiTel. +358 9 191 22177Fax +358 9 191 22176E-mail int-uh@helsinki.fihttp://www.helsinki.fiUniversity of JoensuuInternational Student ServicesP.O. Box 111 (Yliopistokatu 2)FIN-80101 JoensuuTel. +358 13 251 111Fax +358 13 251 2010E-mail intnl@joensuu.fihttp://www.joensuu.fi/studentsUniversity of JyväskyläInternational OfficeP.O. Box 35 (T)FIN-40014 University of JyväskyläTel. +358 14 260 1086 or 260 1079Fax +358 14 260 1061E-mail intl@jyu.fihttp://www.jyu.fiUniversity of KuopioInternational OfficeP.O. Box 1627FIN-70211 KuopioTel. +358 17 163 378Fax +358 17 163 496E-mail intl@uku.fihttp://www.uku.fi/intl/engletus.htmUniversity of LaplandInternational RelationsP.O. Box 122 (Yliopistonkatu 8)FIN-96101 RovaniemiTel. +358 16 341 2208Fax +358 16 341 2207E-mail international.relations@urova.fihttp://www.urova.fiUniversity of OuluOffice of International RelationsP.O. Box 8000FIN-90014 University of OuluTel. +358 8 553 4042Fax +358 8 553 4041E-mail international.office@oulu.fihttp://www.oulu.fi/intlUniversity of TampereDepartment of Academic andInternational AffairsFIN-33014 University of TampereTel. +358 3 215 6111Fax +358 3 215 6503E-mail intoffice@uta.fihttp://www.uta.fi39


Study in FinlandUniversity of TurkuInternational OfficeFIN-20014 University of TurkuTel. +358 2 333 6582Fax +358 2 333 6370E-mail: international@utu.fihttp://www.utu.fiUniversity of VaasaInternational OfficeP.O. Box 700FIN-65101 VaasaTel. +358 6 324 8223 or 324 8225Fax +358 6 324 8179E-mail international.affairs@uwasa.fihttp://www.uwasa.fiUniversities of TechnologyHelsinki University of TechnologyOffice for International AffairsP.O. Box 1100 (Otakaari 1, Espoo)FIN-02015 HUTTel. +358 9 4511Fax +358 9 451 5332E-mail international@hut.fihttp://www.hut.fiLappeenranta University of TechnologyInternational ServicesP.O. Box 20FIN-53851 LappeenrantaTel. +358 5 621 6080Fax +358 5 621 6099E-mail ibtm@lut.fihttp://www.lut.fiTampere University of TechnologyInternational OfficeP.O. Box 527FIN-33101 TampereTel. +358 3 3115 2625 or 3115 2447Fax +358 3 3115 2640E-mail interoff@tut.fihttp://www.tut.fiSchools of Economics and BusinessAdministrationHanken Swedish School of Economicsand Business AdministrationOffice of Study AffairsP.O. Box 479 (Arkadiankatu 22)FIN-00101 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 4313 3526Fax +358 9 4313 3418E-mail masters.programmes@hanken.fihttp://www.hanken.fiHelsinki School of EconomicsOffice of Studies and RegistrarP.O. Box 1210FIN-00101 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 4313 8811Fax +358 9 4313 8888E-mail opinnot@hkkk.fihttp://www.hkkk.fiTurku School of Economics and BusinessAdministrationOffice for Academic AffairsRehtorinpellonkatu 3FIN-20500 TurkuTel. +358 2 4814 208Fax +358 2 4814 299E-mail international@tukkk.fihttp://www.tukkk.fiArt AcademiesAcademy of Fine ArtsYrjönkatu 18FIN-00120 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 680 3320Fax +358 9 6803 3260E-mail kanslia@kuva.fihttp://www.kuva.fiSibelius AcademyInternational CentreP.O. Box 86FIN-00251 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 405 4400Fax +358 9 405 4643E-mail kv1@siba.fihttp://www.siba.fi40


Study in FinlandTheatre AcademyP.O. Box 163FIN-00531 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 4313 6263Fax +358 9 4313 6200E-mail international@teak.fihttp://www.teak.fiUniversity of Art and Design HelsinkiUIAHInternational AffairsHämeentie 135 CFIN-00560 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 7563 0534 or 7563 0575Fax +358 9 7563 0595E-mail iac@uiah.fihttp://www.uiah.fiPolytechnicsÅland PolytechnicInternational RelationsP.O. Box 1010AX-22111 Mariehamn, ÅlandTel. +358 18 25404Fax +358 18 22160E-mail anna-lena.friman@ha.aland.fihttp://www.ha.aland.fiArcada PolytechnicStudent AffairsMetsänpojankuja 3FIN-02130 EspooTel. +358 9 5253 2218Fax +358 9 5253 2280E-mail marie-louise.lofgren@arcada.fihttp://www.arcada.fiCentral Ostrobothnia PolytechnicInternational OfficeNärvilänkatu 8FIN-67100 KokkolaTel. +358 6 825 2012Fax +358 6 825 2075E-mail peter.finell@cop.fihttp://www.cop.fiDiaconia PolytechnicInternational OfficeMaistraatinportti 2 AFIN-00240 HelsinkiTel. +358 20 160 6221Fax +358 20 160 6222E-mail miika.kekki@diak.fihttp://www.diak.fiEspoo-Vantaa Institute of Technology,EVITechInternational OfficeVanha maantie 6FIN-02600 EspooTel. +358 9 511 961Fax +358 9 511 9988E-mail international.office@evitech.fihttp://www.evitech.fiHaaga Institute PolytechnicStudent Affairs OfficeP.O. Box 8 (Pajuniityntie 11)FIN-00321 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 5807 8390Fax +358 9 5807 8300E-mail opintotoimisto.hi@haaga.fihttp://www.hiamk.fiHäme PolytechnicInternational Relations OfficeVisamäentie 35 AFIN-13100 HämeenlinnaTel. + 358 3 646 4403Fax + 358 3 646 4400E-mail international@hamk.fihttp://www.hamk.fiHelsinki Business PolytechnicStudy Affairs OfficeRautatieläisenkatu 5FIN-00520 HelsinkiTel. +358 9 1489 0231Fax +358 9 1489 0310E-mail katariina.ristolainen@helia.fihttp://www.helia.fi41


Study in FinlandHelsinki Polytechnic StadiaInternational RelationsP.O. Box 4010 (Sofianlehdonkatu 5 B)FIN-00099 City of HelsinkiTel. +358 9 3108 0503Fax +358 9 3108 0509http://www.stadia.fiHumanities PolytechnicCentral UnitVanha Turuntie 14FIN-02600 KauniainenTel. +358 9 5404 2442Fax +358 9 5404 2444E-mail timo.sorvoja@akatemia.orghttp://www.humak.eduJyväskylä PolytechnicInternational Affairs OfficeP.O. Box 207 (Rajakatu 35)FIN-40101 JyväskyläTel. +358 14 444 6604Fax +358 14 444 6620E-mail jamk@jypoly.fihttp://www.jypoly.fiKajaani PolytechnicInternational OfficeP.O. Box 52 (Ketunpolku 3)FIN-87101 KajaaniTel. +358 8 618 991Fax +358 8 6189 9603E-mail kajaanin.amk@mail.kajak.fihttp://www.kajak.fiKemi-Tornio PolytechnicRector’s officeP.O. Box 505 (Kauppakatu 5)FIN-94101 KemiTel. +358 16 258 413Fax +358 16 258 401E-mail annikki.pulkkinen@tokem.fihttp://www.tokem.fiKymenlaakso PolytechnicStudent Administration OfficeP.O. Box 13 (Pääskysentie 1)FIN-48231 KotkaTel. +358 5 220 8317 or 8772Fax +358 5 220 8209E-mail arja.gronholm@kyamk.fihttp://www.kyamk.fiLahti PolytechnicInternational OfficeP.O. Box 214FIN-15101 LahtiTel. +358 3 828 2062Fax +358 3 828 2064E-mail intoffice@lamk.fihttp://www.lamk.fiLaurea PolytechnicLaurea BuildingLummetie 2 BFIN-01300 VantaaTel. +358 20 578 7215Fax +358 20 578 7200E-mail intl.info@laurea.fihttp://www.laurea.fiMikkeli PolytechnicInternational OfficeP.O. Box 181 (Patteristonkatu 3)FIN-50101 MikkeliTel. +358 15 35 561Fax +358 15 355 6377E-mail studies@mikkeliamk.fihttp://www.mikkeliamk.fiNorth Karelia PolytechnicInternational OfficeKontionkatu 4/3FIN-80200 JoensuuTel. 358 13 260 6720 or 6724Fax 358 13 260 6721E-mail international@ncp.fihttp://www.ncp.fi42


Study in FinlandOulu PolytechnicInternational Relations OfficeP.O. Box 222 (Albertinkuja 20)FIN-90101 OuluTel. +358 8 312 6011Fax +358 8 312 6674E-mail international@oamk.fihttp://www.oamk.fiPirkanmaa PolytechnicInternational OfficeKuntokatu 4FIN-33520 TampereTel. +358 3 245 2364Fax +358 3 245 2360E-mail International.Office@piramk.fihttp://www.piramk.fiPohjois-Savo PolytechnicInternational OfficeP.O. Box 6FIN-70201 KuopioTel. +358 17 255 5062Fax +358 17 255 5063E-mail kvinfo@pspt.fihttp://www.pspt.fiRovaniemi PolytechnicInternational Relations OfficeJokiväylä 11 CFIN-96300 RovaniemiTel. +358 16 331 2063Fax +358 16 331 3328E-mail international@ramk.fihttp://www.ramk.fiSatakunta PolytechnicCentral AdministrationTiedepuisto 3FIN-28600 PoriTel. +358 2 620 3000Fax +358 2 620 3030E-mail student.selection@samk.fihttp://www.samk.fiSeinäjoki PolytechnicAdministration OfficeKeskuskatu 32 KFIN-60100 SeinäjokiTel. +358 20 124 5012Fax +358 20 124 5001E-mail seamk.optsto@seamk.fihttp://www.seamk.fiSouth Carelia PolytechnicInternational OfficeKoulukatu 5 BFIN-55120 ImatraTel. +358 2049 66757Fax +358 2049 66758E-mail virve.hakamies@mail.scp.fihttp://www.scp.fiSwedish Polytechnic, FinlandInternational RelationsP.O. Box 6 (Fabriksgatan 1)FIN-65201 VasaTel. +358 6 324 2140Fax +358 6 324 2110E-mail elisabet.rantschukoff@syh.fihttp://www.syh.fiSydväst PolytechnicInternational AffairsNunnegatan 4FIN-20700 ÅboTel. +358 2 277 2040Fax +358 2 277 2090E-mail isabelle.bonnet@sydvast.fihttp://www.sydvast.fiTampere PolytechnicInternational OfficeP.O. Box 21 (Teiskontie 33)FIN-33521 TampereTel. +358 3 264 7111Fax +358 3 264 7238E-mail international.office@tpu.fihttp://www.tpu.fi43


Study in FinlandTurku PolytechnicInternational OfficeSepänkatu 3FIN-20700 TurkuTel. +358 10 553 5628Fax +358 10 553 5791E-mail int.office@turkuamk.fihttp://www.turkuamk.fiVaasa PolytechnicInternational OfficeWolffintie 30FIN-65200 VaasaTel. +358 6 326 3111Fax +358 6 326 3112E-mail info@puv.fi or international@puv.fihttp://www.puv.fiOther Institutions of Higher EducationThe Association of Summer Universitiesin FinlandRautatienkatu 26 A 4FIN-33100 TampereTel. +358 3 214 7626Fax +358 3 214 7629E-mail info@kesayliopistot.fihttp://www.kesayliopistot.fiHelsinki Summer SchoolP.O. Box 4FIN-00014 University of HelsinkiTel. +358 9 191 23661Fax.+358 9 191 22291E-mail summer-school@helsinki.fihttp://summerschool.helsinki.fiPolytechnic-level Police TrainingThe Police College of FinlandP.O. Box 13FIN-02151 EspooTel. +358 9 838 8341Fax +358 9 8388 350044


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