JAMK University of Applied Sciences offers a variety of different fields of study for exchange students to choose from. All the courses offered for exchange students are taught in English! The courses are part of our curricula for degree students. Thus, there is usually a good mix of degree students and exchange students from all over the world in each class. On this page you can find the Exchange/Double Degree Study programmes offered by each School and the course listing for each programme. Please keep in mind that the number of courses on offer continues to grow until the end of March/October.

 

School of Business

Exchange Study Programmes

  • Business (exchange studies, Bachelor level, EPAS accreditated and in the process of AACSB accreditation) Course listing
  • International Business Management (exchange studies, Master level, NB! from the academic year 2021-2022 onwards the programme is fully online!) Course listing
  • Sport Business (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Sport Business Management (exchange studies, Master level) Course listing
  • Tourism Management (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Service Business focus on Sustainable Gastronomy (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Business Information Technology focus on Game Production (exchange studies, Bachelor level).
    NB! Programme planned to be available for Exchange Students from academic year 2021-2022 or 2022-2023 onwards. Courses to be announced later, meanwhile check curriculum

Double Degree Study Programmes

  • International Business (double degree studies, Bachelor level) Course listing.
    Available only for partner institutions with a valid double degree agreement. Students interested in the programme should contact their home institution’s International Office and/or Double Degree Study Programme liaison to find out if a double degree agreement exists and  if there are specific courses they must complete during the double degree study period at JAMK. Read more about double degrees by clicking here.

Special Study Packages

  • Outside of exchange programmes there are some separately agreed and tailored special study packages for certain student groups/partners (usually fees apply). In case of these packages, the regular exchange student nomination/application process and support services do not apply. For course listings and nomination/application information, contact the the study package liaison. Contacts and futher information here.

School of Technology

Exchange Study Programmes

  • Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (exchange studies, Bachelor level, EUR-ACE accreditated) Course listing
  • Mechanical Engineering (exchange studies, Bachelor level, EUR-ACE accreditated) Course listing
  • Information and Communications Technology (exchange studies, Bachelor level, EUR-ACE accreditated) Course listing 
  • Electrical and Automation Engineering (exchange studies, Bachelor level, only in the autumn semester) Course listing
  • Agricultural and Rural Industries (exchange studies, Bachelor level, only in the spring semester from March to June) Course listing
  • Construction and Civil Engineering (exchange studies, Bachelor level, only in the autumn semester) Course listing

Double Degree Study Programmes

  • Mechanical Engineering (double degree studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Electrical and Automation Engineering (double degree studies, Bachelor level). For course listings, contact the programme's liaison.
  • IT-Pro/Information and Communications Technology (double degree studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
    Available only for partner institutions with a valid double degree agreement. Students interested in the programme should contact their home institution’s International Office and/or Double Degree Study Programme liaison to find out if a double degree agreement exists and  if there are specific courses they must complete during the double degree study period at JAMK. Read more about double degrees by clicking here.

School of Health and Social Studies

Exchange Study Programmes

  • Nursing (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Physiotherapy (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Rehabilitation Counselling (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Occupational Therapy (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Midwifery (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Social Services (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Music/Music Pedagogue (exchange studies, Bachelor level) Course listing
  • Check each programme's course listing to find out if practical training is available. Within practical training the preferred content of the traineeship must be described in the application/study plan. NB! placements might not necessarily be available, but you are always welcome to choose studies from the listed theory courses.

Double Degree Study Programmes

  • Health Care and Social Services (double degree studies, Master level). For course listings, contact the programme's academic advisor.
    Available only for partner institutions with a valid double degree agreement. Students interested in the programme should contact their home institution’s International Office and/or Double Degree Study Programme liaison to find out if a double degree agreement exists  and if there are specific courses they must complete during the double degree study period at JAMK. Read more about double degrees by clicking here.

School of Professional Teacher Education

 
Course listings for exchange students On the page, select the study programme you are applying to. Click here!
Applying for Exchange/Double Degree Programme Applying for the programmes is done with the Online Application Form within the application periods Click here to find instructions and Online Form for Applying
 

Learning Agreement for Exchange and Double Degree Students

  • Learning Agreement is a preliminary study plan and an agreement between the student, JAMK and the student's home institution of the studies to be completed during the exchange period
  • The preliminary Learning Agreement is drawn up well before the beginning of the exchange period (as a part of the application process)
  • The study plan often undergoes some changes, so it is revised after the start of the exchange and the Learning Agreement is updated by filling in the Changes to the original Learning Agreement.
  • Afterwards students can transfer the credits obtained at JAMK to their home institution according to the home institution's credit transfer regulations. After the exchange period the International Services of JAMK provides a Transcript of Records for all exchange students. The Transcript of Records shows all the courses chosen in the Learning Agreement and possible Changes to the original Learning Agreement, with the credits and grades earned.