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29.08.2017 09:50

Apply to Metropolia with the SAT!

From spring 2018 onwards, you can apply to some of Metropolia’s English-language degree programmes with the SAT results without taking an entrance exam. More information.

17.01.2017 14:57

Finland among the 25 most socially liberal countries - One more reason to choose Metropolia!

Expat website Movehub has created a comprehensive report on the most socially liberal places in the world. Finland ranks the second among the 25 most tolerant, progressive, and environmentally friendly countries in the world.

Movehub has compared three different studies from 2016 to determine the most liberal nations — the Social Progress Index, the Environmental Performance Index and the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Gender Gap report. Read more in detail here.

This gives you one more good reason to choose Metropolia and study in Finland!

Read more about studying in Finland and the quirky Finns here

  • Joint Application

    Application period for Bachelor's and Master's degree studies is once a year in January and February.

    See the joint application instruction

  • Open Path Application

    Studies completed at any Finnish Open University of applied sciences or Open University entitles an applicant to become a degree student at Metropolia without having to take part in the normal student selection process

    See the application instruction

  • Transfer Applications

    Students who have a valid right to study at another Finnish higher education institution or at Metropolia can be accepted as transfer students.

    See the application instruction

Please note that all the information on this website concerns degree programmes conducted in English only. Information on degree programmes conducted in Finnish can be found by changing the language of the website to Finnish.

Scholarships and tuition fees

The collection of tuition fees will be introduced for non-EU/EEA students in Finland from August 2017 onwards. Read more about tuition fees and scholarships