Study a Bachelor's degree in English at Kajaani University of Applied Sciences
Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (in brief: KAMK) is a proactive, genuinely international university in Finland with a strong regional and national profile. An international learning and development community consisting of approximately 2000 students and 230 experts operates in its own compact campus area located in Kajaani’s impressive natural surroundings. Among our selection of degrees that are widely respected by the working community, we offer Bachelor Degrees delivered in English. You can choose either to study International Business, Sports Management or Tourism at Kajaani University of Applied Sciences. Read more about the degrees we offer:
Kajaani University of Applied Sciences is a state-recognized university of applied sciences. The Finnish higher education system consists of two complementary sectors: universities of applied sciences (UAS) and
universities. The universities of applied sciences focus on contacts with working life and train professional in response to labour market needs whereas traditional universities conduct scientific reasearch and provide instruction and postgraduate education based on it. Studying in a Finnish university of applied sciences is currently free of charge (no tuition fees).
After finishing a Bachelor's degree in a Finnish university of applied sciences, it is possible to continue studying towards a Master's degree in a university.
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The next application period for English-taught bachelor degrees in universities of applied sciences is January 2017 (exact dates will be confirmed later). Further information of studies taught in English at Kajaani University of Applied Sciences
The Finnish government has decided to introduce tuition fees for non-EU/EEA degree students who start their studies in English-taught Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes in August 2017 or after that.
The new tuition fee legislation also requires the Finnish higher education institutions to introduce scholarship options to support non-EU/EEA students admitted in the fee-charging degree programmes.
Further information in general: http://www.studyinfinland.fi/tuitionfees2017
The tuition fee at KAMK is 6 000 euros per academic year. From second year onwards, the students who accomplish a minimum of 55 credits in one academic year, can apply for a scholarship that will cover 50% of the tuition fee.