How to Apply - Bachelor programmes
Application for the studies starting in autumn 2022
It is still possible to apply for some of our English-taught bachelor degree programmes, where studies start in autumn 2022.
SeAMK Application with open UAS studies
You can apply to the following English-taught bachelor degree programmes at SeAMK in the Application with open UAS studies. You can find the admission criteria, link to the application form and instructions for applying at Studyinfo.fi -service by following the links below:
- Bachelor of Business Administration, International Business
- Bachelor of Engineering, Automation Engineering
- Bachelor of Health Care, Nursing
Read more about SeAMK Application with open UAS studies: SeAMK Application with open UAS studies | SeAMK.
SeAMK Application based on Admission course
You can apply to the Bachelor of Health care, Nursing -programme at SeAMK in the Application based on Admission course. You can find the admission criteria, link to the application form and instructions for applying at Studyinfo.fi -service by following the link below:
Read more about SeAMK Application based on Admission course: SeAMK Application based on admission course | SeAMK.
Next Joint Application Spring 2023
The next Joint Application, for English-taught programmes starting in autumn 2023, will be organised on 4-18 January 2023.
Direct Application 2022
SeAMK Direct Application for studies starting in Autumn 2022 has been closed on 23 March 2022 by the decision of SeAMK (16.3.2022).
SeAMK is the best university of applied sciences in Finland
Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (SeAMK) is once again the best university of applied sciences in Finland in the 2021 results of the nationwide graduation feedback survey (AVOP). According to the graduates of a bachelor’s degree, SeAMK is the best place to study. In addition, SeAMK has the best study satisfaction, the best study support services, the best learning environments as well as the best feedback and assessment practices and working life connections. In this nationwide survey, students evaluate and provide feedback on completed studies. (Source: vipunen.fi)