Application period to SAMK is ongoing

The application period to the degree programmes taught in English at SAMK is now open and ends on 14 September 2022. There is two different Bachelor´s degree programmes available.

18.8.2022 | By: Inna Saarinen | Photo: Tomi Glad

Hoitotyön opiskelijoita / Nursing students

Nursing students practice in a simulation classroom.

SAMK has to offer two full-time study Bachelor´s degree programmes for January 2023 intake. The Degree Programme in International Business educates specialists and experts for small- and medium sized enterprises working on the global market. The Degree Programme in Nursing will prepare students for a valued profession, in which they will be working with clients of different age groups promoting their health and wellbeing and treating their diseases.

The application period ends on 14 September 2022 at 3:00 p.m. (Finnish time, EEST). There is no application fee.

Liiketalouden opiskelijoita / Business students

SAMK webinar for applicants

6 September 2022 at 1 pm–2.30 pm EEST.

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences hosts a webinar, ”Welcome to SAMK”, on 6 September.

Join the event from this link:

18.8.2022 | By: Inna Saarinen | Photo: Tomi Glad

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