In the Faculty of Law you can complete following degrees in Finnish or Swedish: Bachelor of Laws (oikeusnotaari, ON) and Master of Laws (oikeustieteen maisteri, OTM). You have also the possibility to complete a bilingual (Finnish-Swedish) bachelor´s degree. It is possible to complete these degrees in Helsinki or Vaasa.
In Helsinki, you can also complete the Master of International and Comparative Law degree (kansainvälisen ja vertailevan oikeustieteen maisteri, MICL).
With Bachelor of Laws degree you are qualified to apply for positions which require first-cycle degree. Master of Laws degree and Master of International and Comparative Law (MICL) degree qualify you to apply for positions which require second-cycle degree. Finnish taught Master of Laws degree qualifies you also for positions which require specifically a Finnish Master of Laws degree.
After your master's degree, you can complete a postgraduate degree by applying for doctoral studies.
Job market situation of Faculty of Law graduates 5 years after graduation
Annually admits some 250 new students, or 5–10 % of those who apply. Swedish-speaking students have a separate admission quota.
Webpages of programmes include information relevant to applying.