Application is open
The online application for Admission group 2 is now open at the Finnish national application portal The deadline to apply is 30 March 2023 at 15:00 (UTC+2).
Do you want to shape the fu­ture and un­der­stand how the uni­verse is built up?

Our understanding of the universe is based on advances made in basic science research over approximately the last 100 years. The core scientific disciplines of math & statistics, physics, chemistry and computer & data science also set the basis for all modern technology. In the interdisciplinary Bachelor's Programme in Science, you get to work on the cutting edge of exciting basic research and application development in all of these subjects.

Basic information
Scope of studies and length 180 ECTS credits, 3 years
Degree level Bachelor
Language English
Tuition fee per year (only non-EU/EEA citizens) 13 000 EUR
Application period Begins: 15 Mar 2023 at 08:00 (UTC+2) Ends: 30 Mar 2023 at 15:00 (UTC+3)
How to apply

The Bachelor's Programme in Science has two separate admission processes with different application periods. For Admission group 2, the admission is based on the grades of the Finnish matriculation examination, RP- or DIA-examination administered in Finland or IB- or EB-diploma. If you do not have any of the mentioned degrees, you must apply in Admission group 1.

For studies starting in autumn 2023, the application period for Admission group 1 closed on 4 Jan 2023. For Admission group 2, the application will be open from 15–30 March 2023.

Find out more about the application process and how to apply behind the links below. Please note that all applications are submitted online at the Finnish national application portal Studyinfo. Also the admission criteria for the programme can be found at Studyinfo.

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Would you like to hear more about the Bachelor’s Programme in Science from one of the students? Book a study programme presentation and you will receive a tailored presentation for your upper secondary school.


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