Enrolment for new students for the Autumn semester starts 4 August 2021 at 9 am. Students, who continue their Open UAS studies, may enrol from 8 June 2021, 9 am onwards.
The semester fee for the Autumn semester 2021 is 150 euros. Please see on our web page that there are free seats in the courses you are interested in before you enrol.
Studying at the Open UAS is free of charge in the Autumn Semester 2021 for those who are unemployed or furloughed without salaries as they enrol for studies. The offer also applies to entrepreneurs who have become unemployed due to the coronavirus and have the status of an unemployed job applicant when they enrol for studies. The entrepreneur must submit a certificate that he/she is a job applicant / receives unemployment benefit to the Study Services. The student is required to attach to the enrolment form his/her lay-off or employment relationship termination certificate. A certificate from your local Employment and Economic Development Office (TE Office) is also accepted.
Studies at the Open University of Applied Sciences studies are
available for everyone regardless of age, citizenship or educational background
also available in English and you need to prove your English knowledge
also courses that are components of Master’s degree programmes and those courses can only be completed at Open UAS by individuals who meet the requirements for Master’s degree programmes (higher degree and two years of work experience after graduating) or who otherwise meet the prerequisites for admission as determined by Haaga-Helia.
fee-charging courses which meet Haaga-Helia’s degree regulations – courses are the same and teachers are the same as in the degree programmes
mostly arranged as contact lessons but we also offer online courses and intensive courses (lessons at evening times and weekends)
not leading directly to a degree, but your studies can be accredited if you later get the admission in a degree programme
part-time studies and visa or residence permit is not granted solely based on these studies, which are not directly leading to a degree
not eligible for the state’s student financial aid or student discounts