The University of Eastern Finland is a university in Finland with three campuses in Joensuu, Kuopio, and Savonlinna. It was formed in 2010 by a merger of two previously independent universities, the University of Joensuu and the University of Kuopio.
A previous Bachelor’s degree corresponding to at least 3 year’s of full time academic studies from an institution for higher education is required from all Master’s degree applicants. The degree should entitle the applicant to apply to Master’s studies in the country where the degree has been awarded and it should be from the same or similar field of study as the studies the applicant is applying to. Browse Master’s degree programs in English.
The University of Helsinki (abbreviated UH) is a university located in Helsinki, Finland since 1829, but was founded in the city of Turku (in Swedish Åbo) in 1640 as the Royal Academy of Åbo, at that time part of the Swedish Empire. It is the oldest and largest university in Finland with the widest range of disciplines available.
The University of Helsinki offers Master’s Programmes across a wide range of subjects. The application period to our Master’s Programmes is open until January 12th every year. Use the Degree Finder to browse different options.
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The University of Jyväskylä is a university in Jyväskylä, Finland. It has its origins in the first Finnish-speaking Teacher Training College (the so-called Teacher Seminary), founded in 1863. It is ranked as the fourth largest university in Finland when measured according to the number of master’s degrees conferred.
The application round will open in the end of each year, and close at around 10th of January the following year. Check out the International Master’s Degree Programmes
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The University of Tampere (UTA) is a public university in Tampere, Finland offering undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes. Founded in 1925 in Helsinki as the Civic College (Finnish: Kansalaiskorkeakoulu) and from 1930 onwards known as the School of Social Sciences (Finnish: Yhteiskunnallinen korkeakoulu), the institution relocated to Tampere in 1960 and was re-named as the University of Tampere in 1966. The university is set to merge with Tampere University of Technology and Tampere University of Applied Sciences in 2019.
Check out the Study Guide for the University of Tampere.