Search Results: timetable

Checklist for the public examination [page]

The University Library and the editors of the university publication series will be happy to assist you in all matters relating to the publishing of your dissertation. In addition, the university’s Communications and Media Relations will assist you with drafting your press release and sending it out to various media. Indeed, the only things you […]

Transferable skills studies [page]

The UEF Doctoral School offers in co-operation with the Library and the Language Centre a study module in transferable skills, which is targeted at all doctoral researchers at UEF. The aim of transferable skills courses is that the doctoral researcher familiarises him/herself with the theory and philosophy of science and research ethics and assumes a […]

University of Eastern Finland will organise entrance examinations by using online solutions and other alternatives – participants will be informed of changes by email [article]

The University of Eastern Finland has begun to reorganise the way entrance examinations will be held this spring under the prevailing state of emergency. It has already been decided that some of the first entrance examinations in April will be organised by using online solutions. The Philosophical Faculty’s internal student admissions to minor subject studies […]

An appeal for ISYY’s members: Become a candidate and vote [article]

The sixth elections for the Student Union of the University of Eastern Finland (ISYY) Representative Council will be held this fall on both campuses. The elections will not succeed without good candidates and voters. Will you be one of them? Is it difficult to understand what the Representative Council does? Put it simply, the Student […]

Personal study plan PSP [page]

The personal study plan, PSP, is a plan made by the student for the duration of his or her studies. The degree structure and the curriculum of your Master’s degree programme will serve as the foundation of your PSP. The PSP is a tool for planning your studies and making your goals crystal-clear, allowing you […]

Arriving on campus [page]

Arriving in Finland When planning your travels and when travelling to Finland, please keep checking the current instructions for border crossing with the Finnish border guard: https://raja.fi/en/frontpage (opens in a new tab). Health security measures can be taken after the border control and they may include: checking certificates, Covid-19 tests, health checks, collection of contact […]

Completing courses [page]

Teaching methods Academic freedom is one of the basic values of the Finnish university system. It emphasises independent study and opens up many possibilities to students. In most cases, students can basically choose what to study and when to study. Some lectures, for example, may not be compulsory.  However, the practical sessions are usually always obligatory. […]

Signing up for courses [page]

Students are responsible for planning, scheduling and completing their studies and the academic coordinators are always happy to offer information on the courses. Please remember that you have to register for all courses and exams separately and well in advance. Also, note that there are course-specific registration periods for courses and exams. Please note, that […]

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 […]