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Joint autumn application going on – Three English degree programmes to be applied for at SAMK

The joint autumn application to universities of applied sciences takes place 17 August–16 September 2020.  SAMK offers three English degree programmes, which will start in the beginning of 2021.

4.9.2020 | By: Reetta Vähä-Aho | Photo: Tomi Glad

Nursing students in a simulation room.
Hoitotyön simulaatiotunti menossa. Satakunnan ammattikorkeakoulun opiskelijoita. Kuva: Tomi Glad

There are two English Bachelor’s degree programmes and one English Master’s degree programme to be applied for.  65 study places are available altogether at SAMK leading to the Bachelor’s degree and 25 leading to the Master’s degree.

The application for the daytime implementation concerns Nursing in Pori and International Business in Rauma. The nursing students familiarize themselves with the knowledge, skills and basic values of nursing both in theory and in practical training. The International Business option gives possibilities to be employed with various duties connected with international business.

The Business Management and Entrepreneurship programme for the Master’s degree is intended for those who have graduated with a Bachelor’s degree and who wish to advance in their career and develop themselves and their network.

Application for the education at Student info.

Bachelor’s Degrees

Master’s Degrees 

Further information:

Further information on the joint application: Janne Santala, Head of Student Services, tel. 044 710 3012, janne.santala@samk.fi

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