Kuninkaisten kampus

In Kuninkainen campus you complete a degree of Bachelor of Business Administration by studying flexibly online. The tuition in this campus is in Finnish.

Leading the way in online teaching

A campus of more than 400 students

Specialization options: management, public administration, financing or business law (Bachelor of Business Administration, Specialized in Legal Studies).

Studying happens mostly online. A study year includes 2-3 days of contact teaching per month, either on Friday or on Saturday. Student has then the possibility to attend contact teaching and different kinds of councelling events online.

HILL – online education concept

HILL online education concept enables the participation in contact teaching and seminars regardless of place and also the recording of the lectures, making them available online 24/7.

A student can see all the happenings in the classroom, discuss with everybody attending the class and see the material shared/written on the whiteboard as the students in the classroom.

Kampusinfo

Risto Rytin katu 70, PL 41, 32701 Huittinen, Finland

Tel. +358 2 620 300

University library, Apparaatti (negotiation room), Kinoset (movie theatre), Risto Ryti hall (big auditorium), Hirvenpää (Amica restaurant)

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