Application with Open UAS studies
for Bachelor of Business Administration, International Business
You may apply to Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (SeAMK) in the Application with Open UAS studies during 16-30 November 2016 at www.studyinfo.fi The application closes on the last day at 15.00 (+2 GMT).
To be eligible you need to have at least 60 bachelor-level ECTS study credits completed in Open UAS and registered on the transcript of records by 16 December 2016. Only studies with a passing grade that are suitable to the degree programme one is applying to, are taken into consideration. Studies completed as a degree student, in specialisation studies, in open university or outside Finland will not be accepted. On the application form you can enter the number of bachelor-level ECTS credits that you estimate to be completed in Open UAS and registered on your transcript of records by 16 Dec 2016.
If there are more applicants to be admitted than study places,
applicants will be ranked according to the grade point average of Open
UAS studies. If this criteria fail to produce a difference between tied
applicants, all of the equally ranked applicants will be admitted.
Admission results will be published by 2 December 2016 at Studyinfo.fi -service. Also an email will be sent to all applicants. Admitted applicants must confirm to accept the study place, register as a student and provide the transcript of records by 16 December 2016, 15.00 (+2 GMT) at the latest.
An up-to-date official transcript of records of the bachelor-level study credits completed in Open UAS needs to be submitted to SeAMK Admission Services by 16 December 2016 by 15.00 (+2 GMT).
The student admission is conditional until the information given on the application form and the transcript of records have been checked. Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences will withdraw the admission, if the applicant does not provide the transcript of records by the deadline or if he/she has given inadequate or false information in the application process.
Registering as a student
In addition to accepting the study place, you need to register as an attending or non-attending student for the spring term 2017 by 16 December 2016, 15.00 (+3 GMT) at www.studyinfo.fi right after accepting the study place. If you do not register as a student, you will lose your study right. If
the student needs to apply for the restitution of the study
entitlement, the application fee is 50 Euros (A1440/2014, 3 §).
Registering as non-attending student
Please note that first year student can register as non-attending only on the following legal grounds:
- completion of military service or civilian service in Finland
- maternity leave, paternity leave or parental leave or
- if you are unable to begin your studies due to illness or disability.
If you register as absent, you must prove the legal grounds for your absence.
Documents proving the legal grounds for your absence should be sent by
post or presented at the Admission Services of Seinäjoki University of
Applies Sciences. The documents must be provided by 16 December 2016, 15.00 at the latest. The
student's own notification is not an adequate clarification. The
documents must be submitted in Finnish, Swedish or English.
Documents that prove the legal grounds for your non-attendance:
- service under the Conscription Act (1438/2007),
Non-Military Service Act (1446/2007), or Act on Women's Voluntary
Military Service (194/1995): Call-up order
- maternity, paternity or parental leave: Kela's certificate
regarding maternity, paternity or parental allowance period or, if the
certificate has not yet been received, a medical certificate regarding
the pregnancy. Corresponding certificates from the authorities of other
countries regarding statutory parental leave.
- the student cannot begin studies due to being incapacitated by
personal illness or injury: Sickness allowance decision or, if no
decision exists, a medical certificate. The medical certificate must
state which illness or injury the student suffers from, and that this
condition prevents the student from beginning their studies on 1 January
2017. Obstacles caused by the practical arrangements required by the
illness or injury: an adequate clarification, e.g. a certificate from
the student housing foundation that the student is on the waiting list
for an apartment required by his or her injury. The student's own
notification is not an adequate clarification.