Application period to SAMK has ended

The application period in autumn 2023 for SAMK's degree programmes has ended. There were a total of 6,600 applicants for degree programmes in English.

15.9.2023 | By: Inna Saarinen | Photo: Veera Korhonen

SAMKin opiskelijoita kirjastossa.

These degree programmes will start in spring 2024. Archive photo from SAMK library.

SAMK had to offer full-time studies in Bachelor´s degree programmes, Bachelor´s degree programmes taught mostly online as distance studies, and Master´s degree programmes. Most of these studies are in Finnish.

Among the international degree programmes available were International Business in Rauma and Nursing in Pori. The Degree Programme in Nursing got 4,000 applicants. There were 2,600 applicants for the Degree Programme in International Business.

The Degree Programme in International Business educates specialists and experts for small- and medium-sized enterprises working a broad scale of tasks on the global market.

The Degree Programme in Nursing will prepare students for a profession, in which they will be working with clients of different age groups promoting their health and wellbeing and treating their diseases.


For more information:

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

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