Electrical and Automation Engineering - Häme University of applied sciences
Electrical and Automation Engineering
Häme University of applied sciences
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Electrical and Automation Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering

Degree Programme

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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

As a Bachelor of Electrical and Automation Engineering, you will be able to design, develop and implement new systems and solutions related to electrification and automation for the needs of industry, transport, housing, households and more.


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WHAT WILL YOU BECOME?

Engineers specialized in electrical and automation engineering have the competence required for designing electrification and automation for smart buildings and industrial production equipment. The engineers are able to make use of their education in applying electrical and automation engineering to different application areas, such as lighting, traffic and lift control as well as robotics.


APPLICATION PERIOD

  • JOINT APPLICATION TO HIGHER EDUCATION SPRING 2019
  • Number of study places 25
  • Application period begins 9.1.2019
  • Application period ends 23.1.2019
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations 15.4.2019
  • Information on admissions 28.6.2019 at the latest
  • Confirmation of study place 8.7.2019
  • Studies begin In August 2019
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

  • DIRECT APPLICATION
  • Number of study places not restricted
  • Application period begins 1.10.2018
  • Application period ends 26.5.2019
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations November-June
  • Information on admissions November-June
  • Confirmation of study place within 10 days
  • Studies begin In August 2019
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

  • APPLICATION ON THE BASIS OF OPEN UAS STUDIES
  • Number of study places 4
  • Application period begins 1.8.2018
  • Application period ends 15.6.2019
  • 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 2018-2019
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

  • TRANSFER APPLICATION ON THE BASIS OF VALID RIGHT TO STUDY AT A FINNISH UNIVERSITY
  • 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 in the beginning of next semester
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

DEGREE PROGRAMME IN BRIEF

DEGREE TITLE
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
DURATION (YEARS)4
EXTENT (CREDITS)240
LOCATION FULL-TIME STUDIES
Valkeakoski
LOCATION PART-TIME STUDIES-
LANGUAGEenglish

Curricula of Electrical and Automation Engineering

Electrical and Automation Engineering Degree Content

The scope of the Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering is 240 credits. Studies take approximately four years and result in a Bachelor of Engineering degree.

Teaching in this full-time programme is mainly arranged on HAMK’s Valkeakoski campus. Studies progress at a steady pace with your student group. You will study approximately eight hours a day, five days a week. During the work week, teaching is versatile; it includes lectures, exercises, visits, group work, laboratory exercises, labour market projects and feedback on your performance.

Competence of a Bachelor of Electrical and Automation Engineering consists of several areas:

  • Basic competence in Electrical and Automation Engineering includes metrology, electrical and automation field-related information and software technology, mathematical methods, physics and electronics.
  • Design competence includes design processes, methods and tools, simulation methods, equipment and component dimensioning and selection, documentation, application of standards, quality systems and lifecycle approaches.
  • Electrical and equipment safety competence includes the central acts, regulations and standards that govern electrical and equipment safety.
  • Business administration and industrial management competence includes project operations, management, entrepreneurship, marketing and maintenance.
  • Application competence includes electrical and electric power systems, building automation, process automation, production automation, robotics, machine vision and the application of technology in new application areas.
  • Process, equipment and system competence includes the most important electric power production methods such as equipment, the most common production processes and machines, the sensors, transmitters and devices used in said processes and devices, as well as control and adjustment systems.

STUDENT LIFE

ASK ABOUT THE DEGREE PROGRAMME

Head of degree programme  
Antti Aimo
antti.aimo@hamk.fi
+358 3 6462301

Study advisor
Leena Koivisto
leena.koivisto@hamk.fi
+358 3 6462270

Study Secretary
Päivi Jokela
+358 3 6462611

ASK ABOUT APPLYING

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Timetable for joint application in spring 2019

Application period 1

Full-time studies

9 January 2019Application period begins
23 January 2019 3:00 pm (Finnish time)Application period ends
30 January 2019Enclosures must be downloaded to the application at Studyinfo.fi
Beginning of March 2019Entrance examination invitations will be sent
April 2019Entrance examinations
28 June 2019Student selection results are published at the latest
8 July 2019 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

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 2019 will be published by 28 June 2019 and admitted applicants must confirm their study place by 8 July 2019 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)

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 examinations

All eligible applicants will be invited to the entrance examination. Detailed instructions and information on exact places and dates will be given in the invitation letter. The invitation letters will be sent by e-mail.
The entrance examination will be conducted on 15 April 2019 at HAMK's Visamäki campus.

Content of the entrance examination

An entrance examination is a written test lasting 3 hours. It measures study skills and aptitude for technological fields (logical reasoning skills and basic competence in mathematics and physics/chemistry), 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.

Below you can find some some examples of what kind of questions can be included in the entrance exam. The lists are not complete or accurate; they are only suppose to give some kind of idea what to expect. The level of questions is based on Finnish high school education. Many problems are applied in realistic environment; however some questions may be purely mathematical, physical or chemical.

  • Examples of mathematical content: real numbers, numerical calculation, equations, system of equations, elementary functions, percentage, geometry, analytic geometry, basics of set theory, basics of probability.
  • Examples of physics content: force and motion, work and energy, heat and thermodynamics, properties of fluids, electric charges, resistance and simple resistor circuits, and geometrical optics.
  • Examples of chemical content: structure of atoms, elements, simple inorganic and organic compounds. Stoichiometry, reactions, reaction equations. Properties of gases, liquids and mixtures. Solutions, concentration, strong acids and bases, pH and neutralization, oxidation and reduction.

Pre-reading materials

There is no pre-reading material.

Co-operating degree programmes in spring 2019

Universities of applied sciences co-operate with each other in terms of entrance examinations. In practice this means that if you apply to two or more degree programmes that co-operate with each other you only need to take one entrance examination.

The list of co-operating degree programmes is available here.

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 admission services of each higher education institution you have applied to no later than 30 January 2019.

Should the need for special arrangements emerge after the deadline, please deliver the application to the admission services as soon as possible.

Required enclosures

Please enclose to your application copies of certificates that validate your need for special arrangements (e.g. a statement of dyslexia, a doctor’s certificate or a similar statement on the type of the disability or illness). If you are applying for additional time because of dyslexia, a statement from a speech therapist, qualified special education teacher, psychologist familiar with dyslexia or a specialist (e.g. children’s neurologist, neurologist or phoniatrist) should be enclosed. You should also submit a similar statement, if available, from the Finnish matriculation examination board.

Please note that statements of dyslexia may not, in most cases, be older than five (5) years. Similarly, statements concerning learning disabilities, illness or other disabilities, may not be older than five (5) years. In some cases, if the disability or illness is permanent, older statements can be accepted. Expiration of other statements or certificates will be evaluated separately. Do not send original copies of any statements or certificates. If you are accepted to a study place, be prepared to present the original copies when the studies commence.

Notification on granted special arrangements

The higher education institution responsible for the entrance examination will contact you by e-mail or 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 special 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 28 June 2019 at the latest.

You will be sent an e-mail if you are offered a study place. You then have time until 8 July 2019 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.

Timetable for HAMK's direct application

1 October 2018Application period begins
Within 7 days after submitting the online applicationEnclosures must be downloaded to the application at Studyinfo.fi
5-13 November 2018Entrance examinations
5-12 December 2018Entrance examinations
11-19 February 2019Entrance examinations
25 March – 2 April 2019Entrance examinations
13-21 May 2019Entrance examinations
26 May 2019 3:00 pm (Finnish time)Application period ends
31 May 2019SAT-test results must be delivered to the Admission Services (does not concern DP in International Business)
3-7 June 2019Entrance examinations
Within 2 weeks after taking an entrance examination or submitting the SAT-test resultsStudent selection results are published
Within 10 days after the student selection results were publishedAdmitted applicants must confirm their study places
End of August 2019The 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.

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 SAT-tests. 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. Submit your SAT test results if you wish to be considered for admission on the basis of your SAT test results (does not concern DP in International Business).
  5. Get ready for the entrance examinations by reading carefully the material sent to you in the entrance examination invitation unless you are applying on the basis of SAT-test results.
  6. Participate in the entrance examinations.

You will be informed about the student selection results within 2 weeks after participating in the entrance examinations or submitting the SAT-test results to the Admission Services. If you are offered a study place you must confirm it within 10 days after the student selection results were published.

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)

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 7 days after submitting the online application.

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 7 days after submitting the online application.

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

Admission criteria

Students are selected using two selection methods:

  • admission on the basis of SAT-test results
  • admission on the basis of the points awarded for entrance examination

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

Entrance examinations

You will be invited to the entrance examination after you have submitted the online application and downloaded the required attachments to the application unless you are applying on the basis of the SAT-test results. Participating in the entrance examinations is not necessary for applicants with required-level SAT-test results.

The invitation will be sent by e-mail approximately two weeks before the exam. Entrance examinations are organized six times during the academic year and the applicants will always be invited to the next possible exam after submitting the online application and the necessary attachments. Applicant cannot choose the exam date by him-/herself.

The exam dates are:

5 November 2018
10 December 2018
11 February 2019
25 March 2019
13 May 2019
3 June 2019

The entrance examinations are organised online and participating in the exam does not require travelling. Applicants that pass the written entrance examination will be invited to online interviews that are organised within one week after the written entrance examinations.

Content of the entrance examination

The entrance examination measures study skills and aptitude for technological fields (logical reasoning skills and basic competence in mathematics and physics/chemistry), 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.

The total duration of the entrance examination is 3 hours of which 45 minutes is reserved for the English language test.

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 Construction Engineering, Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering, Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering and Production Technology 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 International Business.

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 400 from Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and 400 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 2019. That means that you should take the SAT Test no later than in May 2019 test date. 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.

Student selection results

The student selection results will be published within two weeks after the interviews or after the SAT-test results (please notice: SAT-test results are not used in the student selections of DP in International Business) have arrived to the Admission Services.

You will be sent an e-mail if you are offered a study place. You then have 10 days 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 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 2019.

You can apply as a degree student to HAMK on the basis of open studies completed in a university of applied sciences.

Applicant who has completed 60 credits applicable to the degree is eligible for Bachelor's degree studies. Applicant who has an applicable higher education degree and three years of work experience after graduation and who has completed 10 credits (belonging to a 60 cr's degree) or 15 credits (belonging to a 90 cr's degree) applicable to the degree is eligible for Master's degree studies.

Eligibility / Bachelo​r's d​egree​

You are eligible for Bachelor's degree studies when you have completed 60 credits of open studies applicable to the degree you are applying to. You must have completed the studies in an Open University of Applied Sciences and you cannot apply with unfinished bachelor's degree studies.

Admission is based on the applicability of open studies, number of credits and academic performance.

 

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 open studies in English or you have passed an English language test in an entrance examination of the joint application of higher education in Finland within one year.​

 

How to apply​

Submit an application at Studyinfo.fi during the application period on 1 August - 15 June.

Required attachments / Bachelor's degree studies

Download the following attachments to your application at Studyinfo.fi (at the latest within 7 days after submitting the application):

  • an official transcript of records (studies completed in the open university)​​
  • a language skills certificate (if required)
  • copy of a document exempting you from paying tuition fees (if you have such document)

Student Selection in Bachelor's Degree Studies

You can be admitted as a Bachelor's degree student when you have completed 60 credits of open studies applicable to the degree you are applying to. Admission is based on the applicability of open studies, number of credits and academic performance.

 

Studies completed in an open university of applied sciences

The studies completed in an open university of applied sciences (60 cr, 15 cr or 10 cr) may contain no more than 1/3 of credit transfers. You cannot apply as a degree student on the basis of studies completed in a university or in a higher education institute outside of Finland.

The applicability of the open studies to the degree will be evaluated. It will be beneficial if the applicant has completed open studies from the first academic year applicable to the degree. It will also be beneficial if the applicant has completed more credits than required.

For the Degree Programme in International Business the grade point average of the completed studies must be at least 3.0.

 

Student selection results and enrolment

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.

Admitted applicants must confirm the study place and enrol to the academic year as instructed in the admission letter. The student selection of applicants failing to confirm the study place will be cancelled.​

Appeal p​​rocess

If you are not satisfied with the results of the student selection process, you may appeal in writing to the Examination Board of Häme University of Applied Sciences within 14 daysfrom the time you had the possibility of receiving information on student selection.

One place per student provision

You may accept only one study place leading to a higher education degree during one academic term.

 

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 for Bachelor’s degree studies is €8700 per academic year and the tuition fee for Master’s degree studies is €9700 per academic year.

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)

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 7 days after submitting the application.

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 7 days after submitting the application.

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

TRANSFER STUDENTS

Transfer within HAMK

If you are a student of HAMK and you would like to transfer your right to study to some other degree programme, please contact the Study Counsellor of the degree programme. Transferring from one degree programme to another is in general possible already during the first semester.

Students transferring from other Finnish university

If you want to have a transfer to HAMK you must have a valid right to study at a Finnish university. It is possible to apply for a transfer to the same or corresponding degree programme.

A university student that has the right to study for both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees can apply for a transfer only to Bachelor’s degree studies. The student must apply to Master’s degree studies through the normal admission procedures.

If a student has several rights to study he/she must choose which right to study he/she wants to transfer.

Eligibility

  • You have enough right to study periods left, so that you are able to complete your degree within the right to study periods.
  • The right to study has started when you have enrolled as present for the first time.
  • You have been enrolled as present student for at least one year at the initial university. A Master’s degree student can transfer already after studying for one semester. Transferring to Master’s degree studies whose extent is 60 cr (Master’s degree studies in the field of Technology and Natural resources) is possible only after the first semester.
  • If you are a Bachelor’s degree student, you should have completed at least 45 credits / academic year.
    • If you have been enrolled as present for three semesters you should have completed at least 67.5 credits (90 credits during four semesters etc.)
  • Master’s degree student must have proof of progress in studies and studies must be applicable to the degree and also the eligibility for the degree programme in question (education and work experience).
  • Credit transfers from previous studies or degrees are not counted as records.
  • If you are applying for a transfer to studies conducted in other language than your current studies you can apply only before the beginning of the second year.

Selection criteria

The applicability of your previous studies to the degree programme of HAMK has an effect on your selection.
The resources of the degree programme (the size of the study group, the amount of students in the degree programme), the reasons of application and the interview also have an effect on the decision.

Applying and application period

Application is at Studyinfo.fi (the name of the application: Transfer application, Häme UAS). The information on degree programmes available in the transfer application will be published at least two weeks before the application period starts. You can fill in the application during the application period.

Application period

2-16 May 3:00 pm (studies starting in autumn
1-15 November 3:00 pm (studies starting in spring)

Appendices

  • up-to-date transcript of records and certificates for partial completions of courses
  • course descriptions of completed courses
  • study certificate

Please upload the appendices to your application at Studyinfo.fi or send them to the Admission Services of HAMK by 26 May for the transfer application in spring and by 25 November for the transfer application in autumn. If you do not submit the required attachments by the given time you will be defined as not eligible and you cannot be admitted to HAMK in the transfer application.

Student selection results of the transfer application

The results will be published at the latest on:

30 June (studies starting in autumn)
15 December (studies starting in spring)

You must confirm your study place and enroll as present by the given time. By confirming a study place in the transfer application you at the same time resign from your previous studies.

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