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How to apply – Exchange and Double Degree Students

Application Process 

SeAMK has an online application system called SoleMove for all exchange and double degree applications. Please don’t send applications by email.

1) Contact the International Coordinator or the International Office at your home institution. They will instruct you on how to apply for exchange or double degree studies and contact SeAMK on your behalf.

2) The home institution will nominate their candidates by email to incoming(a) by 15 April for the next autumn semester and by 15 October for the next spring semester.

The nomination needs to include following information:

  • student’s last name/s (family name)
  • student’s first name/s (given name)
  • gender,
  • date of birth,
  • email address,
  •  subject at the home university and semester,
  •  exchange programme at SeAMK (required to be related the study background of the applicant),
  • planned duration of the programme at SeAMK (one or two semesters)
  • double degree student (only if valid double degree agreement exists between SeAMK and the sending institution).

Applicant is required to select course(s) or programme relevant to his or her major study. Each exchange student follows one exchange or double degree programme at SeAMK. The student must be nominated to that specific programme by the home institution.

Application Instructions

After nomination, student will get information to her/his email on how to apply online via the ‘SoleMove’ system. Please follow the instructions on the email. (if you did not get this email please check your spam mail).  SoleMove is normally opened for the nominated students approximately one month before the application time ends. SoleMove access is only available for nominated students (after receiving email instructions and logging in via the email link): SoleMove

Submit your application in SoleMove by 15th of May for studies starting in the autumn semester and by 15 November for the spring semester.

All the application documents will be handled according to the GDPR regulations.

There are two types of applications. Applications for studies and application for practical training. You will need Learning Agreement for the application normally students receive it from the home institution.

Please read the relevant instructions from below:

1) Application for studies

Studies include student exchanges, double degree studies, and combination exchanges with practical training  and studies combined. Fill in the application form in SoleMove.

Please download following documents in the Enclosures section of the online application form:

    • Learning Agreement (LA) for Studies.
      A normal workload per semester is 25-30 ECTS credits and 30 ECTS for double degree students. Please follow more specific instructions related to choosing the courses on the programme website,  course offering list.Also make note: course changes to the orginal Learning Agreement can only be made for good reasons after the exchange period has started. For example due to overlapping courses.Learning Agreement needs to be signed by the student and home institution, before downloading it on the application form as a pdf file.  If you use Online Learning Agreement please download a pdf copy to SoleMove enclosures section as well. SeAMK coordinator will sign both, pdf and OLA. The student can upload the signed Learning Agreement from SoleMove enclousres section after acceptance information email.
    • Transcript of Records in English
    • Photo.

2) Application for practical training

Practical training is an internships or a traineeship  without studies (courses). SeAMK and the partner institution have agreed about the internship and the traineeship  beforehand. Fill in the application form in SoleMove.
Please download following documents in the enclosures section of the online application form:

    • Learning Agreement for Traineeship.
      The planned ECTS credits should match the planned training hours according to the ECTS crediting system.
    • Transcript of Records in English
    • Photo

Empty Learning Agreements

Acceptance to the Programme

SeAMK coordinator contacts all  students by late June for studies starting in the autumn semester and in December for spring semester concerning their application.  The coordinator informs the accepted students on all practical information involved in the exchange, including student housing application.


Every exchange student must have a valid insurance package for the whole time of their stay, both for the time related to studies studies/training, as well as free time and travelling: accident insurance, health insurance, liability/legal insurance in case of training.

SeAMK does not have insurances for incoming exchange students or trainees.

European Health Insurance Card

Students from the EU countries have to bring  with them the European Health Insurance Card, which ensures them getting same pricing for public health care prices as locals.

 The Double Degree students are entitled to the Finnish Student Health Services.



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