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Study at UEF

1,700

International students

100

Nationalities of students

24

Master's degree programmes

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UEF Doctoral School

Doctoral education at the University of Eastern Finland is offered by doctoral programmes within the UEF Doctoral School. Our doctoral programmes cover all scientific fields of the university, and all doctoral students complete their studies in one of the programmes. The ultimate goal is to educate highly skilled researchers and experts.
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Exchange studies

Our one-to-two semester courses and study modules are intended for both Bachelor's and Master's level students coming on an exchange to the University of Eastern Finland. These programmes are also open to visiting students.
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UEF Summer School

The UEF Summer School is more than just taking a course: it is an excellent opportunity to experience an innovative and international learning environment while creating new networks with your fellow students - and let's not forget about the opportunity to enjoy Finnish summer activities in beautiful lakeside surroundings.

Finland is unique

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I was convinced to apply after hearing only positive things about the innovative teaching methods and the high quality of education that Finland overall is famous for.

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Student Ria Talukder

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On the move blog

This blog gives you glimpses into what it's like to be a UEFian and on the move. Here you will find posts by our students, teachers and other staff members who are taking part in a mobility scheme.

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