You can apply to a Bachelor’s degree programme if you have completed:
- foreign qualification that provides eligibility for higher education studies in the country in question
- the Finnish general upper secondary school syllabus and/or the matriculation examination;
- an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma; a European Baccalaureate (EB) Diploma; Reifeprüfung (RP) Diploma;
- a Finnish vocational upper secondary qualification with a scope of 120 credit units or 180 credit points, or a comparable previous Finnish vocational qualification with a minimum scope of 80 credit units;
- a Finnish post-secondary or higher vocational level diploma;
- a Finnish vocational upper secondary qualification or a further or specialist vocational qualification as a competence-based qualification, or a comparable previous qualification
- Bachelor´s or Master´s degree
In order to prove their eligibility, applicants with a non-Finnish qualification certificate must attach a copy of the final certificate to their online application at Study Info by the given date. In addition, official translations of the documents must be provided if the original document is not awarded in Finnish, Swedish or English.
Applicants are required to have good oral and written skills in English. The English language skills are tested in the entrance examination.
The applicants finishing secondary school in the summer, can apply with their temporary certificates. In this case the required document to be downloaded on the application form is the latest transcript of records (list of courses and grades) from your current school. The final graduation documents (scanned copies) must be submitted to KAMK Admissions in connection to accepting the study place.
The admission is conditional until the original school certificates have been checked in the beginning of the studies.
that if you are under 18 years old when you start the studies in Finland, you
are legally a minor and you can’t for example make a rental agreement for
accommodation, electricity contract or open a bank account by yourself. Therefore, life in Finland as a minor student without parents can be very challenging.