Studying in English at Kajaani University of Applied Sciences
With its 2000 students Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (in brief: KAMK) is a multidisciplinary centre of higher education. We place special emphasis on providing study counseling in order to help students succeed in their studies. All our activities are located within a single campus area near the city centre within walking distance of each other. You can apply for student accommodation offered on campus area and enjoy the surrounding nature with excellent opportunities for leisure-time sports and recreation.
Study a Bachelor Degree in International Atmosphere
We offer you the opportunity to study in a truly international atmosphere; a large number of students in the English-taught degrees are from other countries and we also host a number of exchange students from a worldwide network of partners each year. Currently there are about 200 international students on campus representing approximately 30 different nationalities. During your studies, you also have a possibility to spend one or two semesters abroad, either studying in one of our partner institutions or accomplishing your practical training. In the International Business program, there is a possibility to do a double degree with our German partner university.
Kajaani University of Applied Sciences offers three degrees leading to a Bachelor’s degree in English language:
Studying in Finland
Studies at the universities of applied sciences (UAS) in Finland are a practical-oriented alternative to traditional university education and give the students an excellent combination of hands-on skills along with a strong theoretical knowledge base. Studies provide professional higher education geared to the requirements and development of working life and support one's professional development.
All Finnish universities and universities of applied sciences are state-recognized. The Finnish Higher Education Evaluation Council audits the quality management systems of the higher education institutions regularly.
The Finnish government has decided to introduce tuition fees for non-EU/EEA degree students who start their studies in English-taught Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes in August 2017 or after that.
The new tuition fee legislation also requires the Finnish higher education institutions to introduce scholarship options to support non-EU/EEA students admitted in the fee-charging degree programmes. KAMK will publish further information about the tuition fees by August 2016.
Further information in general: http://www.studyinfinland.fi/tuitionfees2017