Application to programmes in English at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences is ongoing!

A joint application to programmes in English, starting in autumn 2018, starts on 9 Jan. 2018.  There are seven (7) Degree Programmes leading to a Bachelor’s Degree and two (2) leading to a higher Master’s Degree.

9.1.2018 | By: Inna Saarinen | Photo: Tomi Glad

Satakunnan ammattikorkeakoulun opiskelijoita Porin kampuksella. Kuva: Tomi Glad

Physiotherapy education has long traditions at SAMK.

In recent years SAMK has increased its English language programmes.  Besides the already established studies of International Business and Physiotherapy, the English language studies of Industrial Management, Logistics, Sea Captain and Nursing started last autumn.  Of these programmes Industrial Management and Logistics are slightly exceptional because the studying is almost completely online.

This year the application concerns daytime studies of Tourism and higher studies of Rehabilitation for the first time.

There are two application periods this year.  Some of the programmes belong to the joint application of international programmes, some to a longer independent application.

Applications to these programmes can be filled in at studyinfo.fi.  The joint application to programmes in Finnish takes place on 14-28 March 2018 at opintopolku.fi.

The English language programmes at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences has now 462 registered students representing 40 different nationalities.

Programmes to be applied for:

9–23 January 2019, Bachelor’s Degree

13 March – 3 April 2019, Master’s Degree

Further information:

Applications:

Head of Student Services, Mr. Janne Santala, tel. +358447103012, janne.santala@samk.fi

 

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