1 January 2021 I General Section 1. Scope of application of the Study Regulations Under Section 14 of the Universities Act (558/2009), the Board of the University of Eastern Finland has, on 14 December 2020, adopted the following Study Regulations which are applied at the university, alongside the provisions laid down in acts, decrees and […]
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Course enrolment is open in WebOodi. Degree courses: between 1 Dec 2020 and 6 Jan 2021 (for the most part) Optional courses: between 2 Dec 2020 and 7 Jan 2021 Language Centre continues offering online teaching throughout Spring semester 2021. Enrolment and course-specific details in WebOodi.
All students must register for each academic year either as being present or absent. NOTE! Citizens outside the EU/EEA/Switzerland studying in master’s degree programmes are required to pay tuition. If you are required to pay a tuition fee, you must pay the next instalment of the fee before you can register as present for the […]
The registration period of students already enrolled at the university will end on 15 September 2019. Students who fail to register by 15 September will be removed from the student register. Bachelor’s/Master’s degree students: registration in WebOodi. Student Union membership fee is paid upon registration. WebOodi uses PayTrail which enables paying the fee with a […]
Academic year and registration as being present The academic year at the University of Eastern Finland officially begins on 1 August and ends on 31 July. The autumn semester courses will begin on 1 September 2021 and the spring semester courses on 7 January 2022. Information on the coronavirus situation Please stay informed on the […]
Pilot courses in Spanish and multilingual tandem language learning with English as the support language offered by the KiVAKO project in the spring of 2021. Courses, enrolment and instructions. Language studies online (support language English): https://www.kivako.fi/2020/12/04/kivako-pilot-course-spring-2021/
You are not alone with your doctoral studies! Guidance is provided primary by your Doctoral Programme and its coordinator. Also the faculty-specific officers provide guidance. In issues related to your research, please, contact your supervisor(s).