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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

HAMK  SELECTED STUDENTS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2013/2014

The following applicants have been admitted to the Bachelor's Degree Programmes (full time)conducted in English
Please note, that the list under contain only the selection results of the admitted students who have given a permission to announce the results on the internet.

In due course of time the admitted students will receive by post a personal written notification of admission with detailed instructions on how to confirm their study place. Also those applicants who have not been selected will receive a letter stating their selection points and their placement in the selection queue.
http://portal.hamk.fi/portal/page/portal/HAMK/koulutus/Valitut/valitut_international_DP_fulltime
The student selection for JAMK Bachelor’s degrees conducted in English has been completed! The list of admitted students can be found from the link below (includes only the names of the successful applicants who have given permission to publish their names).http://www.jamk.fi/download/41138_nettisivulle_tulevat_vkyh2013.pdf

Monday, September 3, 2012

Apply now for International Business/Marketing studies

Time to apply for International Business/Marketing studies at Haaga-Helia Porvoo Campus! Application period 3-14 September 2012
Apply here For more Information check here

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Admitted students for Academic year 2012/2013


Hi! here are some results From few Universities but for more in formations visit Admissions office.fi 

  1. For Hamk - University of Applied Sciences click here
  2. For Jamk-     University of Applied Sciences click here
  3. For Mikkeli- University Of Applied Sciences click here
  4. For Haaga Helia- University Of Applied Sciences click here
  5. For Vaasa- University Of Applied Sciences click here

DEAR TANZANIAN


There are a lot of opportunities here at Finland where I wish I could share with you, my fellow Tanzania. The aim of this blog is to give support to those people who are of much interest to pursue their educational here at Finland. The educational costs here are affordable and that is why I would encourage you to make this blog so useful to you. In this Blog the following information I would assist you with are: -
1.      How to make Application.
2.      When to make Application.
3.      Required Documents.
4.      Application Procedure.
5.      About Entrance Examination.
6. Contents of Entrance Examination I need your comments and query to make this site more informative.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Blog nominations

Dear friends! i would like to  request you to nominate this blog as the best  educational blog. here is the link just click here and fill up the form . thanks

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Online Application for For Academic year 2012

Hello  everyone! If you wish to Apply for Finnish University of Applied Sciences, Bachelor degree  that conducted in English Please click here
Application dates for autumn 2012 already started from 9 January 2012 - 14 February 2012
Please read the instructions in 'Application Practicalities' before applying. For more information contact the Admissions offices  for particular University you wish to apply by click here Thanks  wishing you all the best!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Hamk University of Applied Sciences

Application information  for Hamk now is available please check it out by  press here Also you can see Application Schedule  here
Degree Programmes  conducted in English
  1. Automation Engineering
  2. Business Management& Entrepreneurship (Master's Degree)
  3. Construction Engineering
  4. Industrial Management
  5. International Business 
  6. Mechanical Engineering &Production Technology
  7. Supply Chain Management & Logistics


Friday, October 7, 2011

Applicant's Guide 2012

Dear applicants Jamk UAS has publish new Guide 2012. The guide includes our Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes conducted in English.
for more information please click here 
 

Monday, March 21, 2011

Invitation Letter for 2011

Invitation letter for entrance exam  2011 will be posted this week, (21st march, 2011-end of this month), also by email.
Important: In case of postal letter missing, please  contact your admission office.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

DEAR TANZANIAN

There are a lot of opportunities here at Finland where I wish I could share with you, my fellow Tanzania. The aim of this blog is to give support to those people who are of much interest to pursue their educational here at Finland. The educational costs here are affordable and that is why I would encourage you to make this blog so useful to you. In this Blog the following information I would assist you with are: -
1.      How to make Application.
2.      When to make Application.
3.      Required Documents.
4.      Application Procedure.
5.      About Entrance Examination.
6. Contents of Entrance Examination I need your comments and query to make this site more informative.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Applicant's checklist

1.Apply online 3 January - 15 February 2011.
2.Send the required copies of non-Finnish educational certificates and language certificates by 25 February at 4.15 p.m Finnish time at the latest to the admission office of your first option.
3.Entrance examination invitations and decisions on eligibility are posted by mail in March.
4.Entrance examinations are arranged between 4 April and 6 May 2011. The invitations will include all the details about time, location, and special arrangements. Please note, that some polytechnics/UAs do not arrange examinations anywhere else than in Finland.
5.If you are applying with an upper secondary education completed in Finland, please inform of the changes in your grade point average by 20 May 2011 at 4.15 p.m Finnish time at the latest.
6.Results are announced on 30 May 2011 at the earliest. Please remember that posting the results takes few days.
7.All higher education admission results are announced by 19 July 2011 at the latest.
8.Confirm your study place by returning the confirmation form by 2 August 2011 at 4.15 p.m Finnish time at the latest to the higher education institution you chose as your final study place. If you do not return the form in time, you will lose your study place.
9.If you have applied with an upper secondary education completed in Finland, please attach a copy of your educational certificate(s) to the confirmation form and return them by 2 August 2011 at 4.15 pm at the latest.
10.Please remember that your admission is conditional until your original relevant certificates are checked. The University of Applied Sciences/UAS may withdraw the admission, if the applicant has given false information or has given forged documents.
The application procedure varies depending on whether you plan to study at a University or at a University of Applied Sciences (UAS). Tostudy at a University of Applied Sciences i.e. a place where practical education is imparted i.e. more professional and work oriented, application can be sent directly to the University of Applied Sciences selected or through the joint application system. A joint application system is one where in a student can list up to a maximum of 4 programs of interest. To study at a University i.e. a place where scientific research and programs based on that are conducted, application to a Finnish university is to be sent directly to the University of interest. Also online joint application form can be filled if English is the language of preference for the degree program i.e the degree programme is conducted in English.

Application Timming: Autumn 2011, Bachelor Degree


Application period for programmes starting in Autumn 2011 starts on 3rd January and closes on 15 February 2011 at 4.15 p.m Finnish time. All required attachments have to be at the admissions office of the applicant's first choice polytechnic /UAS by 25 February 2011 at 4.15 p.m Finnish time. All attachments have to be posted or delivered to the admissions office. Faxed or scanned copies are not accepted. Paper applications not submitted online must arrive at the admissions office of the applicant's first choice polytechnic/UAS by the end of application period at 4.15 pm Finnish time.
In 2011, all those applicants who are applying with a qualification completed somewhere else than in Finland and are not citizens of an EU/EEA-country, must provide a proof of language skill. Accepted certificates are:
* TOEFL score 550 pbt/79-80 ibt
* IELTS academic score 6.0

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Application Period for International Master's degree programmes

Dear international students,
This is to remind you that the application period for the Master’s degree programmes which are conducted in English started on 15 November 2010.
The application deadline is either on 17 January or 28 February 2011, depending on the programme.
The programmes are :
Biology of Physical Activity
Corporate Environmental Management
Development and International Cooperation
Educational Leadership
European Masters in Sport and Exercise Psychology (application deadline 10 January)
Entrepreneurship in Family Business
Intercultural Communication
Mobile Technology and Business
Nanoscience
Renewable Energy
Sport and Exercise Psychology
Sustainable Management of Inland Aquatic Resources
Links to the programme websites are available at www.jyu.fi/studywithus .
Best regards
Elina Isännäinen (Ms)
kv. asiain opintosihteeri / Foreign Student Adviser
PL 35 / P.O.Box 35
FI-40014 Jyväskylän yliopisto / University of Jyväskylä
Finland
elina.isannainen@jyu.fi
p. / tel. +358 14 260 1079
fax +358 14 260 1163
www.jyu.fi/study

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Masters level and Tuition fee

Bachelor and Doctoral Degree Programmes are totally tuition free. Tuition fees are charged only in Masters level study. Here you find the list where courses and University names as well as tuition fees. This year will be the first year of tuition fee in Finland, so they have one hidden trick. Even-though you will be admitted under the role of tuition fee but they will cover it by easy scholarship given to you (it is only my idea and experience, no official announcement, you may not be given Scholarship if you are out of luck).
Tuition fee list
My recommendation to Tanzanian students who want to study in Masters level in Finland, if you can manage scholarship then apply for masters level, otherwise try to take admission in Bachelor degree, come here, manage your job and migrate to masters program. And it would be easier then to get scholarship even by the recommendation of your teacher. Think my word twice while tuition fee might be 9000 euro per academic year and living cost 500 euro per month. ( But money for living depending on you because you can survive from 300-400 € per month) If you can bear your educational expenses from your family so you are warmly welcome in any time, any condition.
In the upper part of this post I have written only for good student, but for those who have average grade and exhausted like me, please don't care any thing, come anyhow, it is possible to survive and stay here in any condition, as long as you want and committed for the chance you apply for.

Study, Job, Scholarship Related Links

National Job Portal
Internation Job portal
Practical Training
Study
Virtual Finland

Immigration site

University Ranking
Scholarship
Masters programme
Bachelor programme

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Important links

Here is some important links for you which can help you in many aspects:
1. Train service:
http://www.vr.fi/eng/
2. Bus service:
http://www.matkahuolto.fi/en
3.facebook user name kakaosima

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Flight and Ticket

AFTER YOU GOT YOU'RE PERMIT START TO PLAN YOU'RE FLY TO HELSINKI AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.Here is some thing you should know
1. Maximum weight of luggage is 23 KG for KLM pcs condition Two luggage 46kg-Turkish air line maximum 40 kg but please check it out befor hand
2. Maximum weight of Hand bag is 10 KG
*No liquid/metal in hand bagRoutes are normallyDAR -ENTEBE-Istanbul-Helsinki (Turkish Air)DAR-AMSTERDAM-Helsinki (KLM Air line)Dar-Nairobi-Amsterdam-Helsinki (KLM Air line)
Price: It cost for one way 700 USD-1500USD. This price is for KLM and Turkish air line. Return ticket is cheaper but I think no one would buy that cause validity of an air ticket is 1 year and student do not go to home country within a year.

Monday, January 18, 2010

2011 List of Universities where Tanzanian student can apply this year.

1.List of finland universities.
University of Helsinki (1640/1827)
Åbo Akademi University in Turku (1918)
University of Turku (1920)
University of Tampere (1925)
University of Jyväskylä (1866, promoted to university status in 1934)
University of Oulu (1958)
University of Vaasa (1968)
University of Lapland in Rovaniemi (1979)
Aalto University (1849/2010)
University of Eastern Finland in Joensuu and Kuopio (2010)
2. List of Universities of Applied Scinces
Arcada Polytechnic
Central Ostrobothnia University of Applied Sciences
Diaconia University of Applied Sciences
EVTEK University of Applied Sciences
HAAGA University of Applied Sciences
HAMK University of Applied Sciences
Helsinki Business Polytechnic (Helia University of Business and Applied Sciences)
Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia
Humak University of Applied Sciences
Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences
Kajaani University of Applied Sciences
Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences
Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences
Lahti University of Applied Sciences
Laurea University of Applied Sciences
Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences
North Karelia University of Applied Sciences
Oulu University of Applied Sciences
Pirkanmaa , University of Applied Sciences
The Police College of Finland (Administered by the Ministry of the Interior)
Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences
Savonia University of Applied Sciences
Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
South Carelia University of Applied Sciences
Swedish University of Applied Sciences
Sydväst University of Applied Sciences
Tampere University of Applied Sciences
Turku University of Applied Sciences
Vaasa University of Applied Sciences
Åland University of Applied Sciences (in the autonomous Åland region)

Please check out carefully before you make your on-line application, cause  all Universities of applied sciences (UAS) can arrange entrace exams in Dar,Nairobi,Ghana or probably Finland or anywhere else as the condition may deem necessary.
In Finland, Entrance Exams are conducted in Arcada, Central Ostrobothnia UAS, Jyväskylä UAS, Kymenlaakso UAS, Mikkeli UAS, Oulu UAS, Rovaniemi UAS, Saimaa UAS, Savonia UAS, Seinäjoki UAS, Tampere UAS, Turku UAS, Vaasa UAS which are Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS)

Pre-reading material for Nursing

1) Questions from Fry, Sara: Ethics in Nursing Practice, A Guide to Ethical Decision Making. International Council of Nurses, edition 1994 pages 5-159, or edition 2002 pages 4-106, or edition 2008 pages 5-118.

2) Questions from Marieb E. Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology. 9th edition, pages 1 - 132.

For more information please contact the Degree Programme (paivi.rimpioja@metropolia.fi or +358 20 783 5623).

Pre reading materials for Social Services

Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
Degree Programme in Social Services

ENTRANCE EXAM 2010

Exam literature consists of three articles and one report, which are typical examples of material used while studying in the Degree Programme in Social Services.

1) Juha Hämäläinen: Developing social pedagogy as an academic discipline (pages 133-153). In: Anders Gustavsson & Hans-Erik Hermansson & Juha Hämäläinen (eds.): Perspectives and Theory in Social Pedagogy. Daidalos, Göteborg 2004.
(http://partner.ncb.org.uk/ncercc/ncercc%20practice%20documents/socialpedagogy/ncercc_socialpedagogybook_chap09.pdf)

2) Articles in Infed-website (Exploring Informal Education, Lifelong Learning, and Social Action):
• Introducing Informal Education (www.infed.org/i-intro.htm)
• Animation (www.infed.org/animate/b-animat.htm)

3) Huset Mandat Morgen: What lies ahead for the Nordic model? A discussion paper on the future of the Nordic welfare model in a global competition economy. Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen 2007.
(www.norden.org/da/publikationer/publikationer/2007-725/at_download/publicationfile)

The written part of the entrance exam includes multiple choice and essay questions. The aim is to assess the capacity of the applicant to understand the contents of the exam material and to produce coherent, logical answers in English language. Therefore no specific questions e.g. on dates, figures or names of books or authors are posed unless they are clearly essential to the article or the report.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Job Oppurtinities in Finland


Finland is one of the most economically solvent countries in Europe. As the backbone of Nordic economy is always very strong but persistence, determination, and motivation are the key words when it comes to job searching. The Finnish labour market is highly competitive and looking for a job as a foreigner is challenging. Finland has suffered from a high unemployment rate since the economic crisis some years ago so it is not easy and not too hard to get job here in Finland. The most important tool when one needs a job here is to learn the Finnish language. Once someone has acquired a chance to come to this country, he/she must try hard to get to know the language. This is due to the fact that the official language here is Finnish. Learning Finnish is not easy, but also is not that much difficult though is somehow a challenging language in the beginning. It is somehow easy to get a job here if you can talk and understand the basics of the language. There are various ways as well as places where one can get to know the language. There are courses of Finnish language in schools and University, online learning method and through interaction with the Citizens. There are also some organizations which helps foreigners to learn the Finnish language. Having a residence permit (student visa) everyone is allowed to work a maximum for 25 hours/week. Although getting a job here is a bit challenging, but once you get one, the payment is 8-10 Euro per hour. As a student one can find a job in university research programmes, shops, paper delivering etc. Students are more likely to get suitable jobs with enough earnings during summer vacations as most of companies in Europe do employ summer workers during such period as most of their permanent workers go for summer holidays for three months. Summer jobs are easily applied through companies’ websites where they always announce for summer workers vacancies mainly during the months of December to March.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Degree Programme in International Business 2010

The entrance examination will follow the national guidelines.


Entrance examination includes

Structured motivation letter 10 p
Assignments on provided material 30 p
Mathematics and Logical Thinking 20 p
Interview 40 p
Total 100 p



If an applicant score is less than 30 points out of 100 points in the entrance exam, an applicant is not eligible for admission.

Entrance exams from the previous years are not available.

Entrance examination's pre-reading materials will be out later.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Applicant's Guide 2010


Hello,
JAMK University of Applied Science has published Applicant's Guide 2010. Here you can find all information about admission procedure for international student in Finland. Download that in Pdf.

Friday, September 25, 2009

What is entrance exam? How much score I need?

"Entrance" this word is a popular word in Finland. To entry in somewhere is entrance. So from the point of view of Tanzanian student Entrance exam is one kind of admission test only. In Finland there is no tuition fee, so they obviously want that they should give the chance to meritorious students, for that they start entrance exam. But Don't be anxious about that easy admission test. It is possible to get chance for study here in Finland if you get only 50 out of 100 marks in that entrance/admission test. So start to prepare yourself for that exam.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Degree programmes starting in spring 2010

1. Application period 1 - 11 September 2009. Online application closes on 11 September at 4.15 pm Finnish time (+2 hrs GMT). Copies of relevant non-Finnish certificates and authorised translations of them and proof of language skills when applicable must arrive by post by 18 September at the latest, faxed or scanned copies are not accepted. Paper application forms must arrive by 11 September at 4.15 pm Finnish time at the latest to the polytechnic/UAS of the applicant's first choice.
2. Entrance examinations are held between 21 and 30 October 2009
3. Polytechnics/UAS announce the results by 27 November 2009
4. Admitted students must confirm their study places by 11 December 2009 at 4.15 pm Finnish time at the latest.

Application results for degree programmes starting in spring 2010 will be sent by mail to the students by 27 November 2009 at the latest. In addition to the letter of admittance, the student will receive a confirmation form. It is imperative that the student submits the confirmation form to the higher education institution in which he/she wishes to study by 11 December 2009 at 4.15 pm Finnish time at the latest, otherwise the student will forfeit the study place.

Confirmation of the study place is binding and cannot be altered or cancelled.

If you have applied to several degree programmes, please wait until you have received all the admission results. Once you have received all the results, select your study place and return the confirmation form. A student forfeits his/her study place, if the confirmation form arrives at the higher education institution after the set date

Entrance Examinations Schedule Autumn 2010

The maximum points awarded for the entrance examination is 100 points. The entrance examination results of those applicants who are admitted on the basis of the total of points for school performance and the entrance examination are automatically scaled down by 0.7. The entrance examinations can be arranged between 1 April and 7 May 2010. The aim is to arrange national entrance examination in the following fields: natural sciences; natural resources and the environment; tourism, catering and domestic services; technology, communications and transport; social sciences, business and administration. The dates for the national entrance examinations are: natural sciences 23 April; natural resources and the environment 29 April; tourism, catering and domestic services 27 April; technology, communications and transport 29 April; social sciences, business and administration 28 April and social services, health and sports arrange examinations on 19-30 April. The minimum score for a passed examination are: Culture 50/100; natural sciences 30/100; natural resources and the environment 30/100; tourism, catering and domestic services 30/100; technology, communications and transport 30/100; social services, health and sports 30/100; social sciences, business and administration 30/100. The language test included in the entrance examination should test the applicant’s knowledge of language widely. The entrance examinations and the language tests arranged abroad must correspond to the entrance examinations arranged in Finland.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Syllabus of exam

Generally the entrance exam syllabus is Mathematics, Physics, Logical problems and English for engineering student. For business student it is Mathematics, Management, English, Business related small problems and by email they will provide you some reference book or attachment files. In download section of this site I am trying to gather Question bank of Engineering and Business entrance exam

Entrance Exam Letter

If you selected for Entrance exam you will get this letter pack at you mailing address. All instructions are written there. With that letter and along with your passport you have to go British council for registration of entrance exam it needs 4000 taka. Then British council will confirm you the venue and time table of the exam. Now you have to be prepared for exam. As far as I know two types of exam taken by Finnish education board one is Engineering one is business. So if your selected subject is Science related you have to sit for engineering section and if your background is commerce than business. But it possible for science students for appearing in business related exam for this you have to apply for business related subject when you make your online application.

After Application

After making a successful application you will get a confirmation email and in that letter the address is written where you have to send your papers. Follow the instruction and send your papers to correct address. By EMS it need 1400 Taka By DHL or FEDEX it need 2400 taka to send half Kg weight to Finland within 7 days. Now wait for their evaluation that are you have met the required eligibility for appearing in entrance exam or not?

Monday, July 6, 2009

How to Apply -2

In previous sections, I told you about basic information of applying now I am resuming that. For official apply you have to log on https://www.admissions.fi . Remember you can do this by yourself.  If you can do this, why go to others for help. In that website there is a form you have to fill it up. You can choose 4 courses at an application, it would be better to chose different courses from different universities. Most of the student wants to study in Helsinki the capital city of Finland or Tampere. If you choose university near Helsinki you have to do very well in entrance exam so decision upon you cause you are not only competing with Tanzanian students but also student of whole world
For example, I admitted in JAMK university of applied science. 1604 candidate stand for entrance exam and 120 of them got chance. minimum score was 37 out of 100 for the last student admitted. I got 63.
Now make an application and submit that properly you'll get a confirmation through your email address, Print out that and save that for future use.Now make a set of these papers
1.CSEE / equivalent exam's
2.ACSE/ FTC/Diploma Engineering/Other diploma in education or business/ equivalent exam's Certificates
3.Language skills Certificates, IELTS (minimum 6.0) or TOEFL score 550 pbt/79-80 ibt
4. PASSPORT 

and send them to your first priority university address. You'll find address in your email also in their website. (7 day need to reach Finland). I am again reminding you all papers should be certified by any notary public. Be careful about your postal address cause they'll send you invitation card of entrance exam by post, and you know the bad condition of our postal system in TZ.

Now wait for Entrance exam invitation card. In next blog I'll write about entrance exam

Sunday, July 5, 2009

How To Apply -1

At First gather these documents:1.CSEE / equivalent exam's
2.ACSE/ FTC/Diploma Engineering/ equivalent exam's Certificate
3. English Language skills tests results IELTS (Minimum 6.0) or TOEFL score 550 pbt/79-80 ibt4. PASSPORT 
 Now make photocopy of them and certify these at any notary public (all copies must be certified). All documents should be in English form. If you have any Swahili language paper you have to translate that in English, from any government registered translating center . Now go to admissions.fi  to make an online application
TO BE CONTINUED

Application Timing For 2011

Application period for programmes starting in September 2011 starts in Mid-January and closes in Mid-February 2011 at 4.15 pm Finnish time. All required attachments have to be at the admissions office of the applicant's first choice polytechnic /UAS by the set date in February 2011 at 4.15 pm Finnish time. All attachments have to be posted or delivered to the admissions office, faxed or scanned copies are not accepted. Paper applications not submitted online must arrive at the admissions office of the applicant's first choice polytechnic/UAS by the end of application period at 4.15 pm Finnish time.
In 2011, all those applicants who are applying with a qualification completed somewhere else than in Finland and are not citizens of an EU/EEA-country, must provide a proof of language skill. Accepted certificates are: TOEFL score 550 pbt/79-80 ibt; IELTS academic score 6.0; grade C in the Finnish Matriculation examination in advanced level English or skills level 4 in English in the National Certificate of Language Proficiency. Please note, that Finnish means that the examination is completed in Finland. In addition upper secondary education or University degree in English completed in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the United States of America, Canada, Australia or New Zealand is also accepted as a demonstration of sufficient English language skills. Education in English completed in any other country will not be accepted. Proof of language skill must be sent to the admissions office by the set date in February 2011.
Please contact the admissions office of the polytechnic/UAS of your first choice in all matters relating to your application and to changes in your circumstances.
News Source: https://www.admissions.fi

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Required Documents for Tanzanian Students

In Tanzania educational system a candidate require CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION(CSEE.) and The Advanced Certificate off Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE), Full Technician Certificate (FTC)/Diploma in Eng, Education or Business or other relevant diploma certificates, and a Pass English Language certificate IELTS or TEOFL for applying study in Finland. So my suggestion at first collect these papers. IELTS or TOFEL became mandatory from the year 2009. IELTS is very popular and recognized world wide so my suggestion to complete IELTS instead of TOFEL.