Karelia University of Applied Sciences (Karelia UAS) is proud to be part of this development by training skilled professionals. Karelia UAS is a multidisciplinary, widely connected, international and innovative organisation offering education leading to bachelor and master degrees
Karelia University of Applied Sciences welcomes normally about 110 exchange students every year. Students come from Karelia’s partner universities in Europe, Russia, Asia, Latin America and Canada.
Joensuu is the student capital of eastern Finland and all you need is only a walk away. Joensuu is also the lively capital of the North Karelia region where the lifestyle is relaxed and close to nature. Approximately 25 % of Joensuu inhabitants are students. Karelia’s Student Union POKA and Erasmus Student Network Joensuu offer lots of activities during the semesters. Student Union POKA coordinates the student tutor (buddy) service for Karelia’s students.
Language(s) of Instruction: Courses for incoming exchange students are offered in English. Proof of English proficiency: official language test certificate or English teacher’s statement required from students who study in a non-English language degree programme and are not native speakers of English.
Semester Dates: Autumn semester: Mid-August - End of December / Spring semester: Early January - End of May
Course Offerings: https://opinto-opas.karelia.fi/en/47/en/100/LBNS21/plan/298/year/2021
Exchange Places: 2
Double Degree: No
Student Housing: Student housing company Joensuun Elli provides students with flats ranging from affordable shared flats to single-room studios and family flats. Exchange students are normally offered furnished rooms in shared flats. You can easily reach both the city centre and your campus by bike or by bus.Student Support: Karelia offers exchange students many benefits as well as help. Find more information here: https://karelia.fi/en/student-life/
Students with Disabilities: no information
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