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Courses in English

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The Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry offers the following courses in English for exchange students during the academic year 2014-2015. Exchange students should use the information provided on these lists when applying and filling in the Learning Agreement.

Courses in English for exchange students 2014-2015

Department of Agricultural Sciences
Department of Economics and Management
Department of Food and Environmental Sciences
Department of Forest Sciences

Course packages (28-30 ECTS) for MSc exchange students in Forestry, 2012-2013

Global South Studies (25 ECTS) (2013-2014)

Rural transition in Russia (6 ECTS)

Up-to-date information on instruction can be found in WebOodi (in June 2014). Each department has an electronical course catalogue "Courses in English".

You can search for courses by using the course name, its abbreviation or a five-digit registration code (further information in WebOodi Quick guide). In order to make sure that the courses you are searching for are taught in English, only use the Courses in English -  2014-2015 -Study Guides under the tab Teaching.

You can browse WebOodi without logging into the system, but you will not be able to register for courses prior to being admitted to the University of Helsinki as an exchange student. After your acceptance and arrival in Finland, please use WebOodi to register for the courses. For registration you need a user id and a password, which you will get after your arrival in Finland.

Please note

  • Your learning agreement is a preliminary plan for your studies in Helsinki, but it is not a registration for any courses nor a guarantee that you are accepted to those courses.
  • Learning agreement will be checked and commented only after the faculty has received all application documents. Unfortunately we are not able to comment learning agreements during the application period.
  • As most of our courses in English are advanced level courses (MSc level), they might also have certain prerequisites, i.e. your previous studies need to provide relevant background for successful completion of the courses. The prerequisites are marked in the course description under “Preceding studies” or “Relations to other study units”. Kindly check the details in weboodi. You are responsible for checking the prerequisites.
  • We advise you to choose courses of your own field of study.
  • Some courses (especially practical courses and laboratory courses) have a limited number of places and in these cases the degree students of the faculty have the priority.
  • English language courses offered by the Language Services are not open for exchange students
  • Changes to your learning agreement can be made throughout the academic year.
  • Faculty cannot guarantee that courses organized by other faculties are available for exchange students of the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry

1 credit at the University of Helsinki equals to 1 ECTS credit.

Courses in English for degree student

Most of the courses in English at the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry are organized by the Master's Degree Programmes. Please note that some courses (especially practical courses and laboratory courses) take only a limited number of students and the degree students of the faculty may have the priority.

The degree requirements of the Master's Degree Programmes are listed in detail on the each programme's homepage and on page Degree structures.

Up-to-date information on instruction can be found in WebOodi from a study guide or by search terms. You can search for courses by using the course name, its abbreviation or a five-digit registration code. If you search from the study guide, please use only the Courses in English Study Guides. You can browse WebOodi without logging into the system. Please use Weboodi to register for the courses.

1 credit at the University of Helsinki equals to 1 ECTS credit.

The courses in English at the whole University of Helsinki are listed here. Information on the courses is listed under each faculty.

19.3.2014