Search Results: accessibility

EXAM system accessibility statement [page]

University of Eastern Finland EXAM system accessibility statement This accessibility statement applies to the EXAM system, and it was created on 25 June 2020. The accessibility statement was updated on 7.4.2021. This accessibility statement applies to the EXAM system and not the contents, for example the attachments of a single exam. Accessibility means that as many […]

Accessibility Statement [page]

Kamu – Student Databank Website The University of Eastern Finland wishes to guarantee the accessibility of its websites in accordance with the law about digital services (306/2019) (in Finnish). This accessibility statement applies to the website Kamu – databanl at kamu.uef.fi provided by wordpress.com and its subsidiary pages. The website was first published on the […]

Guidelines for accessibility in studies are updated [article]

Guidelines for individual arrangements related to entrance examinations and studies are updated via KAMU: https://kamu.uef.fi/en/student-book/accessibility-in-studies/ (The Decision of the Academic Rector 17.6.2019, Instructions for Students and Individual Study Arrangements Form). Individual study arrangements refer to measures previously known as special arrangements.

Accessibility in studies – aids and facilities [page]

Accessibility refers to the design of physical, psychological and social environments so as to allow everyone to function as equals despite their individual characteristics. At the university, accessibility is something that concerns all students and staff members; however, it is of particular importance to those members of the academic community who have a disability, who […]

Methods of completing studies [page]

Study Regulations describe how studies can be completed, and units responsible for courses (in Peppi: course implementations) have the authority to define the ways of completing courses in their curricula, including evaluation of study attainments. Students can complete studies individually or in groups through a variety of written and oral methods, such as lectures and […]

UEF library [page]

University library The University of Eastern Finland (UEF) Library is a public scientific library offering state-of-the-art library and information services especially for the university’s 3000 staff members and 13 000 students. However, the library is also open to everyone else who is seeking information. The University of Eastern Finland Library is one single administrative entity […]

Theses [page]

All degrees conclude with a supervised written paper called a thesis. The following is a list of theses at UEF: Bachelor’s Thesis (Bachelor’s degree) Master’s Thesis (Master’s degree) Licentiate Thesis (Licentiate’s degree) Doctoral Dissertation (Doctoral degree) The students get support to their thesis writing process in the form of seminars in which the participants typically […]

Accessible studies [page]

Accessibility refers to a physical, mental and social environment where everyone, regardless of their personal characteristics, can act and interact equally with others. At the university, accessibility affects all students and staff members, but it is especially important to those members of the university community who have a disability, who are ageing, or who belong […]

Student well-being work at UEF [page]

Physical, psychological and social well-being are prerequisites for good study and life. In addition to studies, it is very important to give time also to yourself, to your friends and hobbies. The aim of student well-being work is to promote students’ health and study ability, the well-being of study communities and to prevent exclusion. Students’ […]

University glossary [page]

Academic quarter-hour? Demo? Faculty? For the definitions of these and many other words and concepts related to university life, see this vocabulary. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y  A Ablaut ry is the subject association for students of […]