Through the Open Path flexible separate application you can apply for Bachelor's degree programmes conducted in English and Finnish.
The Open Path flexible separate application is meant for applicants who have completed in discontinued degree studies in Haaga-Helia and after that in Haaga-Helia Open University of Applied Sciences a sum of at least 210 ECTS consisting of all the studies required for the completion of a Bachelor’s degree. However, please note that a completed degree does not grant eligibility to apply. The credits required for eligibility may be no more than ten years old. The studies must already be registered in the student register when the applicant submits the application. The studies must be registered so that they show on the official transcript of records.
Please note: Before filling in the application, the applicant must contact the guidance counsellor of the degree programme in question and make sure that all studies required for the degree have been completed.
An applicant applying in the Open Path flexible separate application process may not have any study right in a University of Applied Sciences in Finland in studies leading to a degree.
The one place per student provision applies. The applicant may confirm only one study place in higher education leading to a degree during one academic term.
Cheating during studies in the Open University of Applied Sciences can lead to rejection of the applicant’s application for degree studies.
Please read the complete admission criteria in Studyinfo, www.studyinfo.fi, before applying.
The application period for studies starting in the spring semester 2021 is from 4 January to 14 May 2021, 15.00 (EEST). The application form is available in Studyinfo, www.studyinfo.fi, during the application period. The decision on student admission will be made by the degree director. If the study right is granted, the duration of the study right will be two months, counted from the day the applicant confirms the offered study place, and until the end of the current semester at the most.