UEF is planning to open admissions to non-degree studies to persons who have arrived in Finland from Ukraine. This study right is for persons who have applied for or been granted temporary protection by the Finnish Immigration Service and who have a right to pursue a degree in a Ukrainian university. Studies completed under the separate study right are free of charge.
Admissions to non-degree studies starting in the academic year 2022-2023 will be opened later in the summer. In Finland, the autumn semester starts in the beginning of September and the spring semester finishes at the end of May. Most of our Bachelor's courses are offered in Finnish, so this sets limits for the study opportunities we can offer.
A separate study right gives students access to courses taught in English. As most of the studies offered in English are on the Master's level, it is important that applicants have previous studies and sufficient knowledge of the field. Good English skills are also required. It is also possible that certain studies or courses have some limitations on participation. Applicants should take a closer look at the fields of study UEF offers to make sure they are in line with their previous studies and suitable for their plans.
This page will be updated regularly for more information.