Tuition fees and scholarships

A legislation concerning tuition fees came into effect 1.1.2016 in Finland. According to the legislation, Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences are obliged to charge tuition fees for those students who are not citizens of countries of the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA) and starting their degree studies 1 August 2017 and onwards. The legislation concerns degree programmes taught in English and leading to a bachelor's or master's degree.

There are NO tuition fees for Finnish or other EU/EEA-citizens.

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We reserve the right to make changes. 

Bachelor: €8,000

€4,000 after scholarship / academic year

1st year: Application (included in the joint application form)

2nd - 4th* years: 60 credits done in the previous academic year

Master: €9,000

€4,500 after scholarship / academic year

1st year: Application (included in the joint application form)

2nd-3rd* years: 30 credits done in the previous academic year

Scholar-ship 50%

of the tuition fee

*The scholarship can be given only for the standard study period.

By paying the tuition fee, the student commits to the rules for tuition fee and scholarship system of Jamk.

The information stated above concerns students who have started their studies before 1 January 2023. We reserve the right to make changes. 

Terms and conditions

By paying the tuition fee, the student commits to the rules for tuition fee and scholarship system of Jamk. The tuition fee entitles the student to study and receive a degree and to use the general support services available for students at Jamk.

Jamk is obligated by Finnish Tax Law to report all awarded scholarships, with the minimum amount of 1.000 € per year, to tax authority.

We reserve the right to make changes. 

Other living costs

All students have to buy books and other educational material themselves as well as take care of their own travelling and living costs. Average monthly living cost in Finland for students are estimated to be about 750-1200 euros (eg. accommodation, food, public transport, study materials, health care, clothing, and leisure activities).

Students must make sure that their incomes cover basic living costs for the entire time spent studying in Finland. Sufficient income is a prerequisite for residence permit, which has to be verified on applying for the permit. The Finnish Immigration Service has determined that a student must have at least 560 euros/month (6 720 euros/year) at his/her disposal. Further information on the income requirement of the Finnish Immigration Service.

How to apply for Bachelor’s Degrees

How to apply for Bachelor’s Degrees

Application timetable and selection criteria for bachelor's degree programmes conducted in English. Apply 4 - 18 January 2023 by 3.00 pm!
How to apply for Master's Degrees

How to apply for Master's Degrees

Application timetable and selection criteria for Master's degree programmes conducted in English. Apply 4 - 18 January 2023 by 3 p.m.!
Admission Services

Admission Services

Admission Services will assist you in all matters related to applying for degree programmes.