Computer Applications - Häme University of applied sciences
Computer Applications
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Computer Applications, Bachelor of Business Administration

Degree Programme

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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

Programming requires logical thinking, understanding users and patience. Creating large applications is always teamwork. During the studies we learn to build different types of applications, including web pages, mobile apps and games. Artificial Intelligence is a popular way to process different kinds of data from business data to Big Data. For large data sets, cloud services are often used. Studies provide you with skills you can apply to many different programming jobs all over the world.

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WHAT WILL YOU BECOME?

As you graduate from the Degree Programme in Computer Applications, you will become a professional programmer fit to work in the contemporary business world and ready for the modern ICT challenges. Your title could be for example: Front-end / Back-end Developer, Software Developer, Software Test Engineer, ICT project Manager, ICT Solutions Expert, IT Architect, Cloud Architect, DevOPS Engineer, Data Engineer, Data Analyst, AI Programmer, AI Solutions Specialist and Game Programmer.

APPLICATION PERIOD

  • DIRECT APPLICATION TO HAMK - Application period 1
  • Type of Application Apply only to HAMK's degree programmes. Recommended for applicants from abroad
  • Number of study places not restricted
  • Application period begins 1 October 2021
  • Application period ends 15 November 2021 3:00 pm (Finnish time)
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations 2 December 2021
  • Information on admissions 17 December 2021 at the latest
  • Confirmation of study place 15 July 2022 3:00 pm (Finnish time)
  • Studies begin In August 2022
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

  • JOINT APPLICATION - January 2022 - Details for admissions will be published soon
  • Type of Application You can apply to several higher education institutes in Finland at once. Recommended for applicants in Finland.
  • Number of study places
  • Application period begins 5 January 2022
  • Application period ends 19 January 2022 3:00 pm (Finnish time)
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations
  • Information on admissions
  • Confirmation of study place
  • Studies begin In August 2022
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

  • DIRECT APPLICATION TO HAMK - Application period 2
  • Type of Application Apply only to HAMK's degree programmes. Recommended for applicants from abroad
  • Number of study places not restricted
  • Application period begins 1 February 2022
  • Application period ends 10 May 2022 3:00 pm (Finnish time)
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations online 3 times during the spring
  • Information on admissions within 2 weeks
  • Confirmation of study place 15 July 2022 3:00 pm (Finnish time)
  • Studies begin In August 2022
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

  • TRANSFER APPLICATION ON THE BASIS OF VALID RIGHT TO STUDY AT A FINNISH UNIVERSITY
  • Type of Application
  • Number of study places
  • Application period begins 2.5. (spring) / 1.11. (autumn)
  • Application period ends 16.5. (spring) / 15.11. (autumn) 3:00 pm
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations -
  • Information on admissions 30.6. (spring) / 15.12. (autumn)
  • Confirmation of study place 31.7. (spring) / 31.12. (autumn)
  • Studies begin Studies begin in the beginning of next semester
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

  • APPLICATION ON THE BASIS OF OPEN UAS STUDIES
  • Type of Application
  • Number of study places 2
  • Application period begins 1.8.
  • Application period ends 31.5.
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations -
  • Information on admissions August - June
  • Confirmation of study place within 10 days
  • Studies begin during the academic year 2021-2022
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

DEGREE PROGRAMME IN BRIEF

DEGREE TITLE
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
DURATION (YEARS) 3,5
EXTENT (CREDITS) 210
LOCATION FULL-TIME STUDIES
Hämeenlinna
LOCATION PART-TIME STUDIES
LANGUAGE English

Curricula of Computer Applications

Computer Applications Degree Content

Computer Applications (BBA) degree programme consists of 3,5 years of studies, which combine lectures and real work life connections. As a student you will spend a large part of your studies in an actual workplace learning by doing.

 

Core competence

Core competence studies and thesis are compulsory for all Computer Applications degree students. Work placement also belongs to core competence. The core competence studies cover a wide range of topics in programming. You will learn programming languages and techniques most commonly used today. Studies include also e.g. user interface design, operating systems, web development, databases, cloud operations, software robotics, business and innovation.

 

Profiling competence

 

Profiling studies are optional modules that you can use for steering your competence towards your career goals. After core competence studies, you will select studies according to your own interests and focus with the following profiling competences:

 

  • web- and mobile development
  • data science and artificial intelligence
  • software delivery and cloud computing

You may take optional studies from HAMK’s module selection, but also from other higher education institutions in Finland or abroad.

 

Co-operation and practical learning

 

Software development is teamwork. Therefore you will have projects where you will collaborate with other students, research unit or partner companies. Understanding clients and user needs is essential. To support businesses in a best way, you learn to make applications and systems easily accessible for the users. This requires a great deal of planning, patience, client understanding, project management and various other IT skills. You will develop these competences in your studies.

 

During your internship, you will work in a real job. You will also observe how the company, the employees and the customers interact. Many of our alumni IT students have been employed by their internship company.

 

Technology is highly involved in all of our studies. Module assignments, materials and timetables are provided online. Many applications, programs and environments used in the studies are provided through virtual environments. Our campus, Hämeenlinna University Centre is modern, safe and cozy which makes studying here enjoyable.

 

Internationalization

You can improve your language skills and open your horizons through student exchange or an internship abroad. HAMK has partner universities in various countries. Studies and internship abroad are credited as part of the degree.

 

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is a combination of attitude, skills and actions needed to find and take advantage of possibilities. Our goal is to encourage entrepreneurial mindset. You will improve skills needed for running your own company, create entrepreneurship that is based on higher education, and renew and develop existing businesses.

 

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APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Timetable for HAMK's direct application in autumn 2021

Date Application
1 October 2021 Application period begins
15 November 2021 3:00 pm (UTC +3) Application period ends
15 November 2021 3:00 pm (UTC +3) Enclosures must be uploaded to the application at Studyinfo.fi
15 July 2022 3:00 pm (UTC +3) Admitted applicants must confirm their study places
End of August 2022 The admitted students start their studies

 

Eligibility

You can apply to a Bachelor’s degree programme at a university of applied sciences when you have completed:

  • the Finnish general upper secondary school syllabus and/or the Matriculation Examination
  • International Baccalaureate, German Reifeprüfung or European Baccalaureate Diploma
  • a Finnish upper secondary vocational qualification (120 credit units) or an equivalent previous vocational qualification with a minimum scope of 80 credit units
  • a Finnish post-secondary or higher vocational level diploma
  • further vocational qualification or specialist vocational qualification or an equivalent previous qualification
  • foreign education that provides eligibility to apply for higher education in the country in question.
  • Bachelor's or Master's Degree

Refugee or refugee-like situation

If the applicant is a refugee or in refugee-like situation and the qualifications cannot be proven through documentary evidence, the UAS can consider whether the applicant can be invited to the entrance exam even if the UAS does not use discretionary admission. The applicant must prove the refugee status by reference to a decision made by competent authority.

Required English language proficiency

Applicants English language skills will be tested in the entrance examinations and in the SAT-tests. No language skills certificates are required.

Application practicalities

  • Check the eligibility requirements
  • Get familiar with the admission criteria
  • Find out if you are required to upload documents to your application
  • Submit an online application at www.studyinfo.fi and upload the required documents to your application
  • Keep an eye on your e-mail in case you are required to provide additional documents or further information about your educational background

Tuition fees

Non-EU/EEA students

As a non-EU/EEA-citizen you are required to pay tuition fees for Bachelor’s degree studies.

The tuition fee must be paid at the time of confirming the study place. The first year´ tuition fee can be paid in three installments. Please notice: tuition fees are charged directly by HAMK and should never be paid through third parties (i.e. educational agents).

You can be exempted from paying tuition fees if you:

  • have an EU Blue Card granted in Finland
  • have a continuous residence permit card in Finland, type A permit
  • have a permanent residence permit card in Finland, type P permit
  • have an EU Family Member's Residence Card in Finland
  • have an EU residence permit for third-country citizens with long-term residence permit card in Finland (Type P-EU)
  • UK-citizens who have proof from the Finnish Immigration Services that they have registered, or applied to register, their EU right to residence in Finland . New UK degree students who have arrived in Finland prior to 31st of December 2020 must register their right to residence (in accordance with the withdrawal agreement) between the 1st of October 2020 and the 31st of December 2020 to be exempt from tuition fees.

In order to be exempted from paying tuition fees, please attach a copy of one of the above-mentioned documents to your application. The document must be downloaded to your application by the end of the application period.

Please notice: if you receive one of the documents mentioned above at any point of the admission process, please contact the Admission Services.

EU/EEA students

There will be no tuition fee for EU/EEA citizens. In order to be exempted from paying tuition fees you need to attach one of the following documents to your application:

  • Passport or identity card to indicate the citizenship of EU/EEA/Switzerland (citizens of Finland are not required to provide proof of their citizenship as it will be verified from the population register)

The document must be downloaded to your application.

Please visit Tuition fees and scholarships -page for more detailed information.

Admission criteria

Students are selected using four selection methods:

  • admission on the basis of the points awarded for entrance examination
  • admission on the basis of school performance (applicants with International Baccalaureate, Vietnamese High School Graduation Certificate, Chinese High School Graduation Certificate from the following provinces: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong and Sichuan,  All India Senior School Certificate or Indian School Certificate)
  • admission on the basis of Edunation Pathway Diploma Program
  • admission on the basis of SAT-test results

Applicants can choose whether they take the SAT-test or participate in the entrance examination.

 

Entrance examination

You will be invited to the entrance examination after you have submitted the online application and downloaded the required attachments to the application. Invitations to the exam will be sent by e-mail approximately one week before the exam.

Entrance examination is on 2 December 2021.

The entrance examination is organized online and participating in the exam does not require travelling.

Participating in the entrance examination is not necessary for applicants with required-level SAT-test results.

Content of the entrance examination

The entrance examination is a written test lasting 2 hours 45 minutes. It measures study skills, logical reasoning skills and  competence in mathematics, as well as English language proficiency.

You must pass all parts of the examination in order to be able to be selected for admission. If you fail to reach the minimum points in any of the examination parts or in the total score, you will be disqualified from the entrance examination.

Applicants will be accepted directly on the basis of the passed written part of the entrance examination without an English language test if they have achieved at least a total score of 6.5 in the IELTS language test or TOEFL iBT total score 79. The applicant must download a copy of the language certificate to the application together with other documents by the end of the application period.

Applicants will be accepted directly on the basis of the passed written part of the entrance examination without an English language test if they have upper secondary level school education, Bachelor's or Master's degree in English completed in Great Britain, Ireland, the United States, Canada, Australia or New Zealand.

Pre-reading materials

There is no pre-reading material.

SAT test

The SAT Test, organised by the College Board, is given all over the world on simultaneous test dates. For further information on the test, visit the College Board website.

HAMK uses SAT-test results as a student selection method in Degree Programme in International Business, Information and Communication Technology, Bioeconomy, Degree Programme in Construction Engineering, Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering, Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering and Production Technology, Degree Programme in Smart Organic Farming as well as in Degree Programme in Computer Applications.

SAT-test is an alternative for taking an entrance examination. An applicant applying to the above-mentioned degree programmes can participate to the student selection either by taking the SAT test or by participating in the entrance examinations.

Please notice: SAT-test is not used as a student selection method in the Degree Programme in  Smart and Sustainable Design.

What kind of test is SAT?

SAT consists of

  • Reading test
  • Writing and Language test
  • Math test
  • Essay

Read more about the test at the College Board website.

What kind of SAT test score does HAMK require?

HAMK requires you to take the SAT test which includes Reading test, Writing and Language test and Math test. Essay is not required. Please note that SAT Subject Tests are not accepted. Only new SAT scores taken after 1 March 2016 are accepted.

HAMK requires a minimum score of 500 from Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and 500 from Mathematics.

When does HAMK need my SAT result?

The sooner you submit your SAT scores the sooner you can be offered a study place. The last date to submit your scores to HAMK is 31 May. Check registration deadlines on the SAT website; the registration closes approximately one month before the test dates.

How does HAMK get my SAT result?

It is possible to request the test score report to be sent to HAMK. Thus, you should fill in the school code 6894 in the SAT application form.

When, where and how can I take SAT?

Dates for the international tests can be found here and test locations can be found on the Test centers page.

There are specific requirements for international applicants from certain countries. Please check here if there are any that would concern you.

How can I register to SAT?

To learn about registration, take a look at registration instructions.

How much does SAT cost?

Read more about the test fees here.

Admission on the basis of school performance

Please notice: this student selection method concerns only applicants with International Baccalaureate, Vietnamese High School Graduation Certificate (Bằng Tốt Nghiệp Phổ Thông Trung Học), All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC), Indian School Certificate (ISC) or Chinese High School Graduation Certificate (中国高中毕业证书) from the following provinces: Beijing, Guangdong, Shanghai and Sichuan.

Applicants with Vietnamese High School Graduation Certificate (Bằng Tốt Nghiệp Phổ Thông Trung Học):

Applicants that have completed (or complete during the academic year 2021-2022) high school in Vietnam can be admitted on the basis of their school performance. To be admitted applicants are required to have the following grades on their 12th grade transcript of records:

  • GPA 8.0 or higher
  • English 8.0 or higher
  • Mathematics 8.0 or higher

Applicants must upload a copy of their High School Graduation Certificate (Bằng Tốt Nghiệp Phổ Thông Trung Học) together with the transcript of records from grades 10-12 and official translations of these documents in English to the online application by the end of the application period. Applicants that finish high school in 2022 can apply with the grades that they have achieved during the academic in grade 11. They must upload to the application form by the end of the application period the previous transcript of records and an official translation of the transcript in English. Please notice: hand written transcripts are not accepted.

The student selection is conditional for applicants with unfinished high school studies until the applicant has submitted a copy of the diploma to the admission services by 15 July 2022 at the latest. If the applicant's average of all subjects and the grades of the above-mentioned subjects in the diploma do not meet the requirements, the student selection will be canceled.

Applicants with All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC) from Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or with Indian School Certificate (ISC) from Council for the Indian School Certificate (CISCE):

Applicants that have completed (or complete during the academic year 2021-2022) the certificate can be admitted based on their certificate. To be admitted applicants are required to have the following grades on their certificate:

  • GPA 60% or higher
  • English 60% or higher
  • Mathematics 60% or higher

Applicants must upload a copy of their All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC) or Indian School Certificate (ISC) to the online application by the end of the application period. Applicants that finish high school in 2022 can apply with the grades that they have achieved during the academic year in grade 11. They must upload to the application form by the end of the application period the previous transcript of records. Please notice: hand written transcripts are not accepted.

The student selection is conditional for applicants with unfinished high school studies until the applicant has submitted a copy of the diploma to the admission services by 15 July 2022 at the latest. If the applicant's average of all subjects and the grades of the above-mentioned subjects in the diploma do not meet the requirements, the student selection will be canceled.

Applicants with Chinese High School Graduation Certificate (中国高中毕业证书) from the following provinces: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong and Sichuan:

Applicants that have completed (or complete during the academic year 2021-2022) the certificate can be admitted based on their certificate. To be admitted applicants are required to have the following grades on their 12th grade transcript of records:

  • English 80/100 or 120/150
  • Mathematics 80/100 or 120/150

Applicants must upload a copy of their High School Graduation Certificate (中国高中毕业证书) together with the transcript of records from grades 10-12 and official translations of these documents in English to the online application by the end of the application period.  Applicants that finish high school in 2022 can apply with the grades that they have achieved during the academic year in grade 11. They must upload to the application form by the end of the application period the previous transcript of records and an official translation of the transcript in English.
Please notice: handwritten transcripts are not accepted.

The student selection is conditional for applicants with unfinished high school studies until the applicant has submitted a copy of the diploma to the admission services by 15 July 2022 at the latest. If the applicant's grades of the above-mentioned subjects in the diploma do not meet the requirements, the student selection will be canceled.

Applicants with International Baccalaureate (IB) 

Applicants who submit a Diploma Program (DP), Course Results or IB Certificate during the application period will be offered a study place based on their school performance if the applicant has obtained at least the following grades:

  • GPA: 5 or higher
  • English: 5
  • Math: 3 Further Mathematics (Higher level HL and Standard level SL) or
  • Math: 5 Applied Mathematics (Standard level SL), Mathematical Studies

Applicants must download a copy of the transcript / diploma to the application by the end of the application period.

The student selection is conditional for applicants with unfinished studies until the applicant has submitted a copy of the diploma to the admission services by 15 July 2022 at the latest. If the applicant's average of all subjects and the grades in the above-mentioned subjects in the diploma do not meet the requirements, the student selection will be canceled.

Admission on the basis of Edunation Pathway Dipoma Program

After successful completion of Edunation Pathway Diploma Program, you have direct admission to this Degree Programme. Participating in the entrance examination is not required. You must download a copy of the diploma to the application by the end of the application period.

Prior learning can be recognized according to degree programme curricula and students demonstrated ability. Contact your student counsellor in the beginning of your studies.

Student selection results

The student selection results will be published within two weeks after the entrance examination or after the SAT-test results (please notice: SAT-test results are not used in the student selections of all degree programmes) have arrived to the Admission Services.

You will be sent an e-mail if you are offered a study place. You then have time until 15 July 2022 3:00 pm Finnish time to confirm the study place. However, it is highly recommended to confirm the place as soon as possible to allow sufficient time for the immigration process (that for non-EU/EEA citizens may require as long as three to five months). Early confirmation ensures that you will not miss the start date of your studies.

You can confirm the study place by using the link included in the message or by logging in to My Studyinfo -service with online banking credentials, mobile certificate or an electronic ID card.

Please notice that once you confirm the study place you cannot anymore accept any other study places leading to a higher education degree in Finland if the studies begin in the same academic term. The one-study-place-per-term-provision applies to higher education regardless of how the studies are provided. For example, if you accept a study place offered to you in this direct application, you cannot then anymore accept a study place from the joint application if the study programme begins in the same academic term.

The studies start in the end of August 2022.

Timetable for joint application in spring 2021

Date Application
7 January 2021 Application period begins
20 January 2021 3:00 pm (Finnish time) Application period ends
27 January 2021 Enclosures must be downloaded to the application at Studyinfo.fi
28 January - 20 March 2021 Entrance examination invitations will be sent
2 February - 9 April 2021 Entrance examinations for different fields of study
4 June 2021 Student selection results are published at the latest
16 July 2021 3:00 pm (Finnish time) Admitted applicants must confirm their study places

 

Eligibility

You can apply to a Bachelor’s degree programme at a university of applied sciences when you have completed:

  • the Finnish general upper secondary school syllabus and/or the Matriculation Examination
  • International Baccalaureate, German Reifeprüfung or European Baccalaureate Diploma
  • a Finnish upper secondary vocational qualification (120 credit units) or an equivalent previous vocational qualification with a minimum scope of 80 credit units
  • a Finnish post-secondary or higher vocational level diploma
  • further vocational qualification or specialist vocational qualification or an equivalent previous qualification
  • foreign education that provides eligibility to apply for higher education in the country in question
  • Bachelor's or Master's degree

Refugee or refugee-like situation

If you are a refugee or in a refugee-like situation and you cannot prove your eligibility through documentary evidence, HAMK can consider whether you can be invited to the entrance exam. You must prove the refugee status by reference to a decision made by competent authority and submit a copy of it to the Admission Services within 7 days after the application period has ended.

Required english language proficiency

Applicants English language skills will be tested in the entrance examinations. No language skills certificates are required.

Application practicalities

  1. Check the eligibility requirements and get familiar with the admission criteria of the study programme to which you are planning to apply.
  2. Find out if you are required to attach documents to your application. You can find this information from the website of the study programme to which you are applying at Studyinfo.fi.
  3. Submit an online application at www.studyinfo.fi.
  4. Get ready for the entrance examinations by reading carefully the material sent to you in the entrance examination invitation.
  5. Participate in the entrance examinations

The student selection results of the joint application to higher education in spring 2021 will be published by 4 June 2021 and admitted applicants must confirm their study place by 16 July 2021 at 3:00 pm Finnish time at the latest.

Tuition fees

Non-EU/EEA students

As a non-EU/EEA-citizen you are required to pay tuition fees for Bachelor’s degree studies.

The tuition fee must be paid at the time of confirming the study place. The fee must be paid at once and cannot be paid in installments. Please notice: tuition fees are charged directly by HAMK and should never be paid through third parties (i.e. educational agents).

You can be exempted from paying tuition fees if you:

  • have an EU Blue Card granted in Finland
  • have a continuous residence permit card in Finland, type A permit
  • have a permanent residence permit card in Finland, type P permit
  • have an EU Family Member's Residence Card in Finland
  • have an EU residence permit for third-country citizens with long-term residence permit card in Finland (Type P-EU)
  • proof from the Finnish Immigration Services that I have registered, or applied to register, my EU right to residence in Finland (UK-citizens)

In order to be exempted from paying tuition fees, please attach a copy of one of the above-mentioned documents to your application at Studyinfo.fi. The document must be downloaded to your application within one week after the application period has ended. Check the exact time from the timetable.

Please notice: if you receive one of the documents mentioned above at any point of the admission process, please contact the Admission Services.

EU/EEA students

There will be no tuition fee for EU/EEA citizens. In order to be exempted from paying tuition fees you need to attach one of the following documents to your application at Studyinfo.fi:

  • Passport or identity card to indicate the citizenship of EU/EEA/Switzerland (citizens of Finland are not required to provide proof of their citizenship as it will be verified from the population register)

The document must be downloaded to your application within one week after the application period has ended. Check the exact time from the timetable.

Please visit Tuition fees and scholarships -page for more detailed information.

Student selection criteria

Students are selected on the basis of the points awarded for entrance examination.

Entrance examination

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic recommendations the entrance examination in Degree Programme in Computer Applications will be held online.

All eligible applicants will be invited to the entrance examination. Detailed instructions and information will be given in the invitation letter. The invitation letters will be sent in the middle of March by e-mail.
The entrance examination will be conducted on 7-8 April 2021 online.
Online interviews will be held a few weeks after the written examination. If you pass the written exam, we will let you know the exact interview days.

Content of the entrance examination

The entrance examination is a written test lasting 2 hours 30 minutes. It measures study skills, logical reasoning skills and competence in mathematics, as well as English language proficiency. The language test is compulsory for all applicants and it will be assessed on a scale of pass/fail. Only applicants passing the language test will be considered for admission.

You must pass all parts of the examination in order to be able to be selected for admission. If you fail to reach the minimum points in any of the examination parts or in the total score, you will be disqualified from the entrance examination. If you pass the written exam, you will receive an invitation to the online interview.

Here you can see all the parts of the exam:
1.Basic Competence in Mathematics (max 45 min) (passing grade 50% of total score)
2.Mathematical Problem Solving (max 60 min) (passing grade 50% of total score)
3.English (max 45 min) (passing grade 30% of total score)
4.Group interview (30 min) (passed/failed)

Pre-reading materials

There is no pre-reading material.

Entrance examinations outside of Finland

HAMK does not organize entrance examinations outside of Finland in the joint application for higher education. If you wish to take the exam in your home country you should apply in the direct application to HAMK.

Special arrangements at entrance examinations

Print and fill in the Application for special arrangements and deliver it with the enclosures to the admissions office of each higher education institution you have applied to no later than 7 days after the application period has ended. For more information, consult the website(s) of the higher education institution(s) you have applied to. Your application need to have reached the higher education institution by 27 January, 2021, 3 p.m.

Should your need for individual arrangements emerge after the deadline, please deliver the application to the admissions office(s) as soon as possible.
NB! Exceptions to the deadlines and instructions regarding enclosures can occur. Always check the specific admission criteria of the programme you are applying to.

Required enclosures

Please enclose to your application copies of certificates that validate your need for individual arrangements (e.g. a doctor’s certificate or an equivalent statement on the type of disability/illness at hand or a statement of dyslexia or learning disability). If you are applying for support measures, e.g. additional time, because of dyslexia, a statement from a speech therapist, qualified special education teacher, psychologist familiar with dyslexia or a specialist doctor (e.g. children’s neurologist, neurologist or phoniatrist) should be enclosed. The statement should entail which support measures you need due to the dyslexia. The higher education institution may accept the equivalent decision from the Finnish matriculation examination board as long as the support measures you were offered are stated there.

How long the certificate or statement is valid, is assessed case by case depending on the durability of the disability, illness or learning disability. Statements of dyslexia are valid when they have been issued at 16 years of age or later. Do not send original copies of any statements or certificates. However, should you be admitted to a study place, be prepared to present the original copies when the studies commence. Information concerning the applicant’s health is confidential (JulkL 24§).

Notification on granted special arrangements

The higher education institution responsible for the entrance examination will contact you by e-mail or by post well before the exam date to inform you on the practical arrangements. If you are dissatisfied with the granted arrangements, contact the higher education institution in question.

The notification on granted individual arrangements only applies to the specified study programme/entrance examination and is valid only on the specified exam date.

Student selection results

The student selection results of the joint application will be published by 4 June 2021 at the latest.

You will be sent an e-mail if you are offered a study place. You then have time until 16 July 2021 at 3:00 pm (Finnish time) to confirm the study place using the link included in the message or by logging in to My Studyinfo -service with online banking credentials, mobile certificate or an electronic ID card.

Please notice that once you confirm the study place you cannot anymore accept any other study places leading to a higher education degree in Finland if the studies begin in the same academic term. The one-study-place-per-term-provision applies to higher education regardless of how the studies are provided. For example, if you have already accepted a study place offered to you in some direct application, you cannot then anymore accept a study place from the joint application if the study programme begins in the same academic term.

Application instructions will be published in spring 2020.

Application instructions will be published in spring 2020.

Application on the basis of uncompleted degree in higher education

HAMK's application on the basis of uncompleted higher education degree continues between 1.8.-31.5.

HAMK can admit students who have abandoned their degree in Finnish higher education institution and want to complete the degree. A student can be admitted to the same or corresponding degree programme.

NB: HAMK’s former student who has started studies 1.8.2015 or after that can re-apply for right to study without joining this application, see: Right to Study > Re-applying for right to study

 

Right to study

Right to study begins when an applicant is admitted as student and accepts the offered study place and enrols for the academic year. The right to study time begins in the same semester. Therefore it is recommended to apply during the semester when you want to begin your studies as a degree student.

 

Eligibility

HAMK can admit a student who have abandoned higher education degree studies and have maximum of

  • 60 ECTS credits to be completed for Bachelor’s Degree or
  • 30 ECTS credits to be completed for Master’s Degree.
    • Applicant to Master's Degree needs to meet HAMK's eligibility requirements for the Master's degree programme in question.

 

Student selection criteria

Admission is based on the applicability of studies to HAMK's degree studies, academic performance, number of credits and volumes of studygroups.

Applicability of former studies to the degree will be evaluated. It is to applicant's advantage if the studies can be accepted in full to the degree. In addition, it is an advantage if the applicant has less than 60 ECTS credits (Bachelor’s Degree) or 30 ECTS credits Master’s Degree to be completed for the degree.

 

Language skills requirements

HAMK can arrange an English language test for applicants if necessary. A language test is not needed if you have completed your former studies in English.

 

Applying and schedule

Application is at Studyinfo.fi (the name of the application: Application on the basis of uncompleted higher education degree, Häme UAS)

Application is open between 1.8.-31.5.

 

Attachments

  • an official transcript of records (uncompleted higher education degree)
  • an official study certificate/resignation certificate
  • a proof of your language skills (if necessary)
  • a copy of a document exempting you from paying tuition fees (if you have such document) see: Tuition fees

 

Student selection results

During the academic year the student selections will be made within 3-4 weeks after the applicant has submitted the application and the enclosures to the Admission Services of HAMK. ​Applicant will be informed about the decision on student admission in writing.

 

Tuition fee

There will be a tuition fee for non EU/EEA students who have started their studies on 1 August 2017 or after that. See: Tuition fee and scholarships.

Studying Computer Applications

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Liiketalouden 2. vuoden opiskelijat pääsivät Lepaalle tutustumaan tomaatin kasvihuoneviljelyyn ja tekemään tomaatille kannattavuuslaskentaa aidoilla talousluvuilla.
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Johanna Pökkä aloitti hevosalan liiketoiminnan tradenomiopinnot viime vuonna. Opiskelutahti on ollut vauhdikas ja tavoitteena hänellä onkin valmistua kahdessa vuodessa.⚡⚡ Opinnot ovat hoituneet joustavasti etänä ja myös perhe-elämän opiskelun yhdistäminen on onnistunut, vaikka se vaatiikin aikatauluttamista.⏰

Parasta opiskelussa ovat olleet erilaiset projektit ja aito työelämäyhteistyö: ”On kiva päästä tekemään ihan oikeita ja työelämälähtöisiä projekteja, joista tietää olevan hyötyä myös esimerkiksi toimeksiantajina toimiville yrityksille. Kun tietää, että työllä on tarkoitus tai lopputulosta tullaan mahdollisesti hyödyntämään jollain tasolla, tuo se tekemiseen ihan erilaista motivaatiota.”🤩

Lue Johannan koko opiskelijatarina blogissamme, linkki löytyy biosta.🔎

‼️Vielä ehdit hakea hevosalan liiketoiminnan monimuoto-opintoihin, sillä kesähaku on käynnissä keskiviikkoon 4.8. klo 15.00:een saakka‼️
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Kesähaku starttaa huomenna!😎👉 Tradenomikoulutuksista mukana ovat hevosalan liiketoiminnan monimuotototeutus ja englanninkielisen International Business -koulutuksen monimuotototeutus. Ensiksi mainitussa koulutuksessa opiskelu tapahtuu pääosin verkossa. Forssan kampuksella sekä hevosalan oppimisympäristöissä opiskelet ennalta sovittujen tapaamiskertojen verran.✅
 
International Business part-time -opinnot käyt kokonaisuudessaan verkko-opintoina.👨‍💻 Kampuksella sinun täytyy vierailla ainoastaan alun orientaatiossa ja opiskelujen päätösvaiheen loppuseminaarissa. Koulutus sopii siis myös esimerkiksi työn ohella opiskeltavaksi. Ota seurantaan myös IB:n oma Insta-tili: @hamk.ib 👈
 
Tutustu blogissamme tarkemmin näihin sekä muihin Yrittäjyyden ja liiketoimintaosaamisen yksikön koulutuksiin, jotka ovat mukana kesähaussa. Linkin löydät biosta.➡️
 
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HAMK Gaming's autumn starts with the staff team participating
Kanaliiga which is a esports company league.🏅🏅 Players play competitively with co-workers and against other companies.😎

By the way, all of the HAMK staff team members are also HAMK alumni!💪

More info: kanaliiga.fi/english/
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HAMK Gamings autumn starts with the staff team participating 
Kanaliiga which is a esports company league.🏅🏅 Players play competitively with co-workers and against other companies.😎

By the way, all of the HAMK staff team members are also HAMK alumni!💪

More info: https://kanaliiga.fi/english/

Miksi korkeakoulu haluaa olla mukana e-urheilussa? Tähän kysymykseen saat vastauksia HAMK Gaming Academy podcastin ensimmäisessä jaksossa, joka on kuunneltavissa Spotifyssa.🤩

Mukana keskustelussa on podcastin juontaja Jukka Raitanen, HAMK Gaming Academyn vetäjä Eveliina Toivonen sekä HAMKin rehtori ja toiminnan mahdollistaja Pertti Puusaari.

👉Ota podi haltuun ja kuuntele HAMK Gaming Academyn tuoreet kuulumiset ja ajankohtaista keskustelua e-urheilun maailmasta!🎙

open.spotify.com/episode/4XgyaDbRkFPkzN9mtj717O
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