Sustainable Forest Management - Häme University of applied sciences
Sustainable Forest Management
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Sustainable Forest Management

Degree Programme

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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

You will achieve an extensive knowledge in forestry, which highlights sustainable planning, caring and utilization of forest resources. You will familiarize yourself with the economic significance of forests, you will know how to move in forests and other grounds, how to use different applications and equipment used in the field, and you will know how to utilize digital data in your profession. You will also develop your work life and communication skills during your studies, and you will receive necessary tools to work as an entrepreneur.

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WHAT WILL YOU BECOME?

After graduation, you’ll have the possibility to find employment from a range of professions in the field. Most common work tasks in the field are among wood procurement, forest services, and planning or management of forest resources. Your work title could be for example forest expert, harvesting supervisor, procurement supervisor, purchasing supervisor, forest planner, forest ranger, logistics supervisor, senior planning officer and forest entrepreneur.

APPLICATION PERIOD

  • Direct application to HAMK
  • Type of Application Apply only to HAMK's degree programmes
  • Number of study places 10
  • Application period begins 1 October 2022
  • Application period ends 31 March 2023 3:00 pm (Finnish time) or earlier if all the study places are full
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations Students are selected via previous school performance or via selection course
  • Information on admissions 16 June 2023 at the latest
  • Confirmation of study place 14 July 2023 3:00 pm (Finnish time)
  • Studies begin In August 2023
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

  • JOINT APPLICATION - January 2023
  • Type of Application You can apply to several higher education institutes in Finland at once.
  • Number of study places 10
  • Application period begins 4 January 2023 8:00 am
  • Application period ends 18 January 2023 3:00 pm (Finnish time)
  • Preliminary assignments given in by -
  • Entrance examinations International UAS Exam
  • Information on admissions 2 June 2023 at the latest
  • Confirmation of study place 14 July 2023 3:00 pm (Finnish time)
  • Studies begin In August 2023
  • APPLY TO STUDIES

DEGREE PROGRAMME IN BRIEF

DEGREE TITLE
Bachelor of Natural Resources
DURATION (YEARS) 4
EXTENT (CREDITS) 240
LOCATION FULL-TIME STUDIES
Evo
LOCATION PART-TIME STUDIES
LANGUAGE English

Become an expert in sustainable forestry

The bachelor’s degree in Sustainable Forest Management is a four-year programme, consisting of 240 credits. Studying takes place in beautiful Evo campus, around 40 km from Hämeenlinna city center. The campus is well known for its unique demonstration forest of 1800 ha that is located right at the campus area. The learning environment supports practical learning methods and is a great resource for students. No wonder a great deal of the studies is executed outside in the fresh air, right in the demonstration forest.

Content of the studies 

The studies are executed in modules, 15 credits each. Core competence studies, thesis work and two internship periods are mandatory for all students. In the core competence studies student learns more about sustainable forestry, forest measurement, timber harvesting and procurement, forest ecology and forest planning. Core competence studies are executed during the first study year.

In addition to core competence studies, student can choose profiling studies according to their interest during the second and third year. This a great way to mold the degree to suit your interests and future career plans. In the profiling studies, students can choose to deepen their knowledge for example in wood procurement, planning and management of forest resources and production of services in forestry, GIS, recreational usage of forests and renewable energy resources. Profiling studies can also be chosen from other degree programmes in HAMK, or other higher education institutes in Finland or abroad.

Studying outdoors

In the full-time studies, the studying happens on campus with other students. In the degree programme, students will study in classes, independently and in teams with other students. The aim is to spend less time inside in the classroom and more outside, in the demonstration forest. For example, a lecturer can give a student a task that is worked on in the demonstration forest with other students. Practical learning in the nature goes on throughout the year, but as seasons change the amount of time spent in the nature is modified. This means that in the winter when there is snow in the ground, students spend less time outdoors.

More about the role of bioeconomy 

The bachelor’s degree in Sustainable Forest Management is a part of HAMK’s School of Bioeconomy. The role of bioeconomy in controlling climate change is significant. Ecologically, socially and economically sustainable activities have a crucial influence on e.g. where and how different kinds of biomasses are produced, utilized and further processed to new innovations. The visions must turn into concrete responsible actions. This demands ability to make decisions, to research and advance development. Sustainable development is the key to sustainable bioeconomy, which enables good living possibilities for the present and future generations by using renewable natural resources in a responsible way.

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APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Timetable for HAMK's direct application to Bachelor's degree studies

Date Application
1 October 2022 Application period begins
31 March 2023 3:00 pm (UTC+3) at the latest Application period ends. The application can be closed also earlier if study places are full.
within 7 days after submitting the online application Enclosures must be uploaded to the application at Studyinfo.fi
14 July 2023 3:00 pm (UTC+3) Admitted applicants must confirm their study places
End of August 2023 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, HAMK can consider whether the applicant can be invited to the selection course. The applicant must prove the refugee status by reference to a decision made by competent authority.

 

Application practicalities

  • Check the eligibility requirements
  • Get familiar with the admission criteria
  • You can fill in and submit only one (1) online application and apply up to four (4) degree programmes at  www.studyinfo.fi
  • Notice that the application can be closed before 31 March 2023 if study places become full earlier.
  • Fill in your application only after you have all the documents
  • Upload required documents to your application within 7 (seven) days after submitting the application. Notice that passport is mandatory attachment for all applicants
  • Upload official translations of documents that are not in Finnish, Swedish or English language. The translation must be made by an official translator, and it needs to have translator's signature and stamp
  • Please check all the information you have given before submitting 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. 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
    • NB: Type A permit granted for studying in Finland (from 15 April 2022 onwards) doesn’t exempt student from paying tuition fee.
  • 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. The document must be downloaded to your application within seven (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:

  • 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 seven (7) days after submitting the online application.

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

 

Admission criteria

Students are selected on the basis of their educational background or on the basis of a selection course. Applicant does not need to choose the student selection method used for their selection. All applicants are automatically taken into account in both student selection methods.

 

Admission on the basis of previous school performance

The applicant can be admitted on the basis of

  • upper secondary school certificate
  • Bachelor's or Master's degree certificate
  • SAT-test results
  • Edunation Pathway studies

 

Upper secondary diploma

An applicant can be selected on the basis of educational background if he/she has required level grades in the upper secondary diploma. In addition he/she needs to demonstrate sufficient English language skills with one of the required documents.

The grades of the upper secondary certificate must be better than the average of the degree scale.

The selection is made on the basis of mathematics grade.

Bachelor's and Master's diploma

An applicant can be selected on the basis of educational background if he/she has a university degree. In addition he/she needs to demonstrate sufficient English language skills with one of the required documents. Applicant cannot apply with unfinished university studies.

English language certificate

All applicants admitted on the basis of their previous school performance must provide proof of their English language skills with one of the documents mentioned below. If you have one of the following documents, please upload a copy of it to the application:

  • upper secondary school certificate completed in an EU/EEA-country. The English language grade in the upper secondary certificate must be better than the average of the degree scale.
  • Bachelor's or Master's degree completed in English in an EU/EEA-country
  • upper secondary school certificate or Bachelor's or Master's degree completed in English in Great Britain, Ireland, United States, Canada, Australia or New Zealand
  • International Baccalaureate completed in English
  • AICE degree completed in Finland
  • IELTS academic level, overall score 6.0
  • TOEFL ibt score 60
  • Pearson test of English, Academic minimum score 46
  • iTEP, Academic-Plus 3.7
  • Cambridge C2 Proficiency (Certificate of Proficiency in English) overall Cambridge English Scale score 169
  • Cambridge C1 Advanced (Certificate in Advanced English) overall Cambridge English Scale score of 169
  • National Certificate of Language Proficiency skills level 4 in all parts of the test (speaking, listening comprehension, writing and reading comprehension)
  • International Baccalaureate diploma: grade 4 in higher level English
  • European Baccalaureate diploma: at least grade 6.00 in L2 -level English
  • Deutsche Internationale Abitur (DIA) -diploma: at least grade 7 in advanced English

If you do not have any of the above listed documents, you cannot be selected on the basis of educational background. You need to participate in the selection course, which is organised in the spring 2023. We will inform you about it via email after your application has been checked.

Applicants must upload a copy of their upper secondary / Bachelor's / Master's Certificate together with the grading scale and official translations of these documents in English to the online application within seven (7) day after submitting the application.

Applicants that finish upper secondary school in 2023 must upload to the application the latest 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 upper secondary school studies until the applicant has submitted a copy of the final diploma to the admission services by 14 July 2023 at the latest. If the applicant's grades in the diploma do not meet the requirements, the student selection will be canceled.

 

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 the Degree Programmes in International Business, Computer Applications, Construction Engineering, Electrical and Automation Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Production Technology,  Sustainable Forest Management, Smart Organic Farming as well as in Information and Communication Technology, Bioeconomy.

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 Edunation Pathway Diploma Program

After successful completion of Edunation Pathway Diploma Program, you have direct admission to this Degree Programme. You must upload a copy of the certificate of participation in the Edunation Pathway Diploma Programme to the application within seven (7) days after the application has been submitted. The student selection is conditional  until the applicant has submitted a copy of the final diploma to the admission services by 14 July 2023 at the latest.

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

 

Selection Course: "Essential Academic Skills at HAMK"

The selection courses are organised during the spring on 1 February - 30 April 2023. If you are not admitted on the basis of your previous school performance, you will be informed about it with an e-mail that contains the information about how to enroll for the selection course. Please keep an eye on your e-mail (all folders) as we will inform you as soon as we have checked your application if you are not admitted on the basis of the previous school performance and your student selection method is the selection course.

Selection Course: "Essential Academic Skills at HAMK" is used in all fields of study. The selection course for Engineering degree programmes includes engineering mathematics, physics and English. In the degree programmes in International Business, Computer Applications, Smart Organic Farming and Sustainable Forest Management the course includes basic mathematics and English. In the degree programme in Smart and Sustainable Design the course includes design tasks and English.

The scope of the selection course varies by degree programme and it can be recognised in the degree.

 

Student selection results

The student selection results will be published individually after admission services have checked your application if you admitted on the basis of previous school performance and within a few weeks after completing the selection course. 

You will be sent an e-mail if you are offered a study place. You then have time until 14 July 2023 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. Early confirmation helps 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 from Studyinfo  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  August 2023.

Timetable for joint application in spring 2023

Date Application
4 January 2023 Application period begins
18 January 2023 3:00 pm (Finnish time) Application period ends
25 January 2023 3:00 pm (Finnish time) Enclosures must be downloaded to the application at Studyinfo.fi
1 February 2023 Entrance examination invitations will be sent approximately one week before the exam
8 February 2023 Written part of the International UAS Exam
6 March - 17 March 2023 Group interview for applicants who have passed the written exam
2 June 2023 Student selection results are published at the latest
14 July 2023 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 between 4 January - 18 January 2023 3:00 pm (Finnish time).
  4. The application form must be submitted before the application period ends on 18 January 2023 3:00 pm (Finnish time). After the application period has ended, it is no longer possible to submit the application.
  5. Get ready for the entrance examinations by reading carefully the material sent to you in the entrance examination invitation.
  6. Participate in the entrance examinations

In the joint application of Finnish universities and universities of applied sciences you can apply to 1-6 degree programmes.

Please notice: You are only allowed to submit one application. If you submit several applications the last application will stay in force.

Making changes to the application

You may change or delete the application preferences indicated on the application form until the end of the application period. Once the application period has ended, you may no longer:

  • add new preferences
  • delete individual preferences.

Deleting the entire application is possible after the application period has ended. If you want to delete your entire application before any student selection has been made please contact Admissions Services.

Changes in address or other relevant personal details can be changed any time (also outside the application period).

The student selection results of the joint application to higher education in spring 2023 will be published by 2 June 2023 and admitted applicants must confirm their study place by 14 July 2023 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. 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
    • NB: Type A permit granted for studying in Finland (from 15 April 2022 onwards) doesn’t exempt student from paying tuition fee.
  • 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 using following selection method:

  • admission on the basis of the International UAS Exam entrance examination

 

Entrance examination: International UAS Exam

International UAS Exam is a joint digital entrance exam of Finnish universities of applied sciences, used for selecting students to study programmes leading to a degree and conducted in English.

The entrance exam consists of two phases organized remotely online:

  1. First phase: written examination

The exam is organized on 8 February 2023.

  1. Second phase: group interview

Group interviews are organised between 6 March and 17 March 2023.

In the online entrance examination, the applicants’ readiness for UAS studies are assessed. The entrance exam does not include any advance reading materials or pre-assignments.

Exam participants from outside of Finland can check the Finnish time e.g. with the Time and Date website: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/finland/helsinki

More detailed instructions and information on the date, duration and scoring of the entrance examination can be found at www.uasinfo.fi.

Pre-reading materials

There is no pre-reading material.

Entrance exam cooperation

Häme UAS participates in national entrance examination cooperation.

Universities of applied sciences in Finland organize International UAS exam in cooperation. Degree programmes belonging to the same entrance exam group accept entrance exams completed in other participating UAS.

NB: Häme UAS will not organize campus entrance examinations in the joint application 2023.

Individual arrangements for entrance examinations

Fill in the Application for individual arrangements in the International UAS Exam (opens 4 January 2023), with the necessary attachments, by 25 January 2023 at 15:00 (UTC/GMT+2). Your application for individual arrangements is processed in Häme University of Applied Sciences if you have applied for a degree programme that uses the International UAS Exam entrance examination and HAMK is first on your application form. HAMK will inform you by email on individual arrangements that you have been granted. If the decision is negative, reasons for rejection will be provided with the decision.

Requests for individual arrangements sent after the deadline are processed only in acute, exceptional cases. Individual arrangements cannot be granted if the request is submitted too late, with regard to the timetable of the entrance examination, or individual arrangements are otherwise deemed impossible to arrange. If the need for individual arrangements emerge after the end of the application period, submit the application for individual arrangements and contact by email HAMK Admission Services [admissions(at)hamk.fi] as soon as possible.

Required enclosures

Please enclose to your electronic form copies of certificates that support your request (e.g. medical certificate or equivalent statement on the nature of your disease or disability, or certificate on dyslexia or learning difficulty). Those who request support measures, such as additional time, on the grounds of dyslexia have to attach a statement of a trained special needs teacher, an expert psychologist, speech therapist or specialist medical doctor (e.g. child neurologist, neurologist or phoniatrician). The statement shall indicate that you need support measures for taking the exam due to dyslexia. The UAS may accept an equivalent decision made by The Finnish Matriculation Examination Board if it contains the granted support measures.

The validity of statements is assessed on a case-by-case basis depending on the persistence of disability, disease or learning difficulty. For dyslexia, only statements that have been obtained at the age of 16 or later are considered. Do not send original certificates but be prepared to present the originals at the start of your studies should you become accepted to the study programme. Information related to your health shall be kept secret (Section 24, Act on the Openness of Government Activities).

Notification on granted individual arrangements

The UAS responsible for the individual arrangements in the entrance examination will contact you by e-mail before the entrance examination, to agree upon practical arrangements. If you are not satisfied with the arrangements stated in the announcement, please contact the UAS in question.

The announcement on individual arrangements for the entrance exam is exam-specific and valid only in that particular entrance exam. Individual arrangements that have been granted in advance for the second phase are valid only if the applicant receives an invitation to the second phase.

 

Student selection results

The student selection results of the joint application will be published by 2 June 2023 at the latest.

You will be sent an e-mail if you are offered a study place. You then have time until 14 July 2023 at 3:00 pm (Finnish time) to confirm the study place using the link included in the message from Studyinfo 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.

Appeals

If you believe there has been a mistake in the student selection and the admission criteria have not been applied correctly, you can make a written request for rectification within 14 days after the student selection results have been published.

The request for rectification must be addressed to the Examination Board of Häme University of Applied Sciences and sent to HAMK, PO Box 230, 13101 Hämeenlinna, Finland within 14 days after the student selection results have been published.

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