Application period to English-language programmes closed
The first joint application of spring 2015 ended on 27 January. Thank you for your applications!
The invitations to the entrance exams will be sent from 6 March via email. The entrance exams will take place in April. Please see the degree programme specific information on the entrance exams here:
- Bachelor of Business Administration, International Business Online
- Bachelor of Business Administration, International Business (part-time studies)
- Bachelor of Engineering, Information and Communications Technology
- Bachelor of Health Care, Nursing
- Master of Business Administration, Business Management
- Master of Culture and Arts, Leadership and Service Design
Make sure to deliver the possible preliminary assignments in time! The necessary information is available on the degree programme's site.
Please note that if you are applying with a degree completed abroad, and you are not an EU or ETA citizen, or if you are applying with a further or specialist vocational qualification, you shall deliver a copy and, if necessary, a translation of your degree certificate to the Admissions Office of your 1st study option by 10 February.
The EU and ETA citizens about to graduate this spring shall deliver their certificate copies by 17 July. Those that apply with a Finnish degree (except for those applying with a further or specialist vocational qualification) shall deliver their certificate copies when they accept the study place.
The selection results will be published in the beginning of July.
Applicants were interested in TUAS’ English-language programmes
The degree programmes to be applied to in the first joint application of spring 2015 included the English-language Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes with a total of 158 starting places. There were altogether 2 055 applicants, which means approximately 13 applicants per starting place. Altogether 663 applicants had placed TUAS as their first study option, which means approximately four applicants per starting place.
The most popular study option was the daytime Degree Programme in International Business. Altogether 740 applicants applied for the degree programme, which has 40 starting places. Graduates from the programme are awarded the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration. The other daytime programmes were also popular: there were approximately 640 applications to the 40 starting places in the Degree Programme in Information Technology and the Degree Programme in Nursing, which is organised in Salo, received approximately 490 applications. The degree programme has 18 starting places. The final numbers of applicants will be available in the turn of February–March.