Search Results: right-to-study

Study regulations [page]

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 […]

Studies for exchange students [page]

Courses for Exchange Students UEF offers a lot of courses which can be completed entirely in English. These studies are offered for the incoming exchange students and the visiting students on both campuses in Joensuu and in Kuopio. Please note that during the COVID-19 pandemic changes in course offerings (such as transferring courses into online […]

Starting your studies at UEF [page]

How to Start Your Studies at UEF? Make sure you keep in touch with your programme/academic coordinator and with your student tutor. Study the orientation material in Kamu and in Moodle (opens in a new tab) before the webinars. Complete the UEF Digistartti. Join the orientation webinars. Join the orientation of your own programme if […]

Office 365 [page]

The Microsoft Office 365 service offered by the university includes e.g. e-mail, personal storage, co-working spaces, digital notebook, Office tools (also available for UEF students to download to their own mobile devices and computers) and a search center. New apps and tools are constantly added to the Office 365 environment. A list of tools is […]

Thesis submission and evaluation [page]

Instructions for submitting your thesis for examination Plagiarism detection in Moodle by using the Turnitin software, prior to officially submitting your thesis for examination: Upload your thesis to Moodle for your supervisor to perform plagiarism detection on it. Your supervisor will review the plagiarism detection report. If everything is OK, your supervisor will send you […]

Studies after graduation – continued study right [page]

Students that have completed their Master’s degree or PhD degree have the right to complement their studies after graduation with continued right to study. Students entitled to continued right to study: Students, that have completed their Master’s degree, or a Bachelor’s degree with no right to complete a Master’s degree (pharmacist or kindergarten teacher) on […]

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 […]

Requirements of doctoral studies and study plan [page]

For doctoral degree, you have to complete studies worth of 30 to 50 credit points depending on your doctoral programme. The majority of studies are discipline-specific studies, and the minority transferable skills studies, which are typically 5-15 credit points depending on your doctoral programme. The studies will be specified in a personal study plan, which […]

JOO – flexible study right studies [page]

The national agreement on flexible study rights (JOO) came into effect on 1 August 2004. According to the agreement, the undergraduate and postgraduate students of all the Finnish universities have the opportunity to include in their degree minor subject studies from the offering of other Finnish universities regardless of the university in which they have […]

Extension to study right [page]

Applying for an extension to the study right You may apply for an extension to the normative duration of studies when the duration of studies is about to expire. If the normative time ends on 31 July the extension should be applied for by 31 May. If the normative time ends on 31 December the […]