Application for international degree programmes starts on 9 January

Application period for degree programmes in English starting in autumn 2019 is from 9 to 23 January 2019. It is possible to apply for seven degree programmes leading to a Bachelor’s Degree at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK).

4.1.2019 | By: Inna Saarinen | Photo: SAMKin opiskelija Mikael Hanhikangas

Students on a computer at the SAMK campus in Pori

Application period for degree programmes in English starting in autumn 2019 is from 9 to 23 January 2019.

Industrial Management and Logistics are exceptional degree programmes in that sense that most of the studies take place online. Degree Programme in International Business and Sea Captain’s Degree Programme are provided in Rauma and Degree Programmes in Physiotherapy, Nursing and International Tourism Development in Pori.

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SAMK has over 250 international degree students who study in English. They come from 50 different countries.

The application period for Finnish language programmes is from 20 March to 3 April 2019. In this period, students can apply for full-time Bachelor’s degree programmes and degree programmes carried out through blended learning. Application period for Master’s degree programmes in English is from 13 March to 3 April 2019.

Bachelor’s Degrees 9–23 January 2019

Master's Degrees 13 March –3 April 2019


Additional information:

Head of Student Services Janne Santala,, +358 44 710 3012

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