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.

Joint Application 1, Spring 2020

Joint application process

Application period: 8 - 22 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)

The Finnish joint application is a national application procedure the Finnish education institutions use when selecting new students to general upper secondary schools, vocational institutions and higher education institutions. Please read more about the Finnish application system at Studyinfo.

The joint application for higher education degree programmes offered in English begins on 8 January 2020 at 8 am and ends on 22 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET). Please find more detailed timetable in section "joint application timetable".

Application process

  1. Learn about the student selection process and eligibility requirements.
  2. Choose your degree programmes
    Check the education offering at Studyinfo.fi (available from 30 September 2019 onward) and choose 1-6 higher education degree programmes to which you want to apply. You do not have to place the degree programmes in order of preference, and you can be offered several study places. For example, if you are accepted to three out of four study programmes on your application, you can choose which place you wish to confirm. Please note, that you cannot change the degree programmes after the application period has ended.
  3. Check the degree programme specific admission criteria
    Check the admission criteria of your chosen degree programmes at Studyinfo.fi.
  4. Check the application attachments
    Check the required documents and pre-assignments and have them with you when you start to fill in the online application at Studyinfo.fi.
  5. Submit your application
    Fill in the online application at Studyinfo.fi, attach the required documents and submit the application by 22 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET). Please note that you can submit only one joint application per term (spring term / autumn term). More information in section "how to fill in the application form".
  6. Confirm the arrival of your application
    Make sure that you receive the e-mail confirmation the joint application system sends you automatically within 24 hours from submitting the application. If you do not receive the e-mail confirmation please contact the admission services of your highest preference option.
  7. Check your e-mail frequently
    Keep your contact information up-to-date and check your e-mail frequently in case the Admission Services needs to contact you.
  8. If you want to change your application
    The application confirmation e-mail contains a link to edit your application at Studyinfo.fi. Please note that the application options can be changed during the application period only.
  9. Get ready for the entrance examination
    If the degree programme has an entrance examination you will receive an invitation to the entrance examination via e-mail approximately one week prior to the entrance examination. More information in sections "Entrance examinations for Metropolia's degree programmes" and "Entrance examination co-operation". If you require individual arrangements for the entrance examination due to an injury, illness, reading disability, or other special reason, please read Metropolia's instructions for applying for individual arrangements for the entrance examination.
  10. Wait for your admission results
    Results of the joint application will published by 5 June 2020 at the latest. More information in section "student selections".
  11. Confirm the study place if one is offered to you

    The study place must be confirmed by completing the following four steps by 10 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of the student selection:

    1. Accept the study place at My Studyinfo -service or via the link you have received in the notification of admission email.
    2. Pay the tuition fee if applicable (the invoice will be sent via email within a few days of the admission notification).
    3. Enroll for the academic year as present or absent at My Studyinfo -service or via the link you have received in the notification of admission email. NB! If you register as absent you are required to deliver a document proving that you have legal grounds for the absence.
    4. Return back to your online application at Studyinfo.fi and attach copies/pictures of the certificates relevant to the student selection of the degree programme in question, unless you already have attached them to your application (joint application form section "CERTIFICATES REQUIRED IN CONNECTION WITH STUDENT SELECTION (UAS)"). You can enter the application by using the My Studyinfo -service or via the link you have received in the confirmation email of the application.
  12. Check the information for new students

Joint application timetable

Studies starting in autumn 2020

Application period begins 8 January 2020 at 8 a.m.(EET)
Application period ends 22 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
Deadline for delivering the required application attachments deadlines vary depending on the document, further instructions in section "required documents"
Deadline for publishing the student selection results 5 June 2020
Deadline for accepting the study place 10 July 2020 or within 7 days from the notification of the admission
Deadline for accepting applicants from the waiting list 31 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)

Degree programmes

Application period I: from 8 January 2020 at 8 a.m. to 22 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)

Bachelor's degree programmes

Master's degree programmes

Please note! Metropolia’s Master of Engineering double-degree programme in Construction and Real Estate Management has its own separate application period and admission procedure carried out by the partner university.

Tuition fee

The above mentioned degree programmes have tuition fees. The fees will concern students who are not citizens of EU/EEA countries and who start their studies in English-taught Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes in August 2017 or after that. However, students can be exempted from the tuition fee e.g. on the basis of their residence permits. Read more on Studyinfo article "Am I required to pay tuition fees?".

Required documents

Most of the required documents must be uploaded to the online application at Studyinfo.fi and if not, it has been mentioned in connection with the document. A photo taken with a mobile phone or camera is acceptable.

EET refers to Eastern European Time (Standard Time).

Bachelor's degree programmes

Required Document Deadline
The Finnish general upper secondary school leaving certificate ("lukion päättötodistus") by 15 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission

The Finnish Matriculation Examination ("ylioppilastutkinto"):

  1. qualification completed between 1990-2020
     
  2. qualification completed before 1990
  1. obtained directly from the educational institutions
     
  2. by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)

The Finnish vocational upper secondary school qualification ("ammatillinen perustutkinto"):

  1. qualification completed between 2017-2020
     
  2. qualification completed before 2017

 

  1. obtained directly from the educational institutions
     
  2. by 15 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission

The Finnish specialist/further vocation upper secondary qualification ("ammatti-/erikoisammattitutkinto"):

  1. qualification completed between 2018-2020
     
  2. qualification completed before 2018

 

  1. obtained directly from the educational institutions
     
  2. by 15 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission
The Finnish post-secondary higher vocational qualification (opisto-/ammatillisen korkea-asteen tutkinto") by 15 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission

The International Baccalaureate:

  1. qualification completed: final IB Diploma (the IB Certificate does not give the eligibility to apply)
     
  2. qualification yet to be completed (graduates of spring 2020): predicted grades or an equivalent interim certificate
     
  3. qualification yet to be completed (graduates of spring 2020): transcript of grades (final grades)

 

  1. by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
     
  2. by 8 April 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
     
  3. by 15 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission

The European Baccalaureate:

  1. qualification completed: final EB diploma/certificate
     
  2. qualification yet to be completed (graduates of spring 2020): predicted grades or an equivalent interim certificate
     
  3. qualification yet to be completed (graduates of spring 2020): final EB diploma/certificate

 

  1. by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
     
  2. by 8 April 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
     
  3. by 15 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission

The Reiferprüfung/DIA:

  1. qualification completed: final Reiferprüfung / DIA diploma/certificate (+ an official translation of all the documents that are not in Finnish, English or Swedish)
     
  2. qualification yet to be completed (graduates of spring 2020): predicted grades or an equivalent interim certificate (+ an official translation of all the documents that are not in Finnish, English or Swedish)
     
  3. qualification yet to be completed (graduates of spring 2020): final Reiferprüfung/DIA diploma/certificate (+ an official translation of all the documents that are not in Finnish, English or Swedish)

 

  1. by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
     
  2. by 8 April 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
     
  3. by 15 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission

A foreign qualification:

  1. qualification completed: the final diploma/certificate or an interim certificate on graduation issued by the educational institution (+ an official translation of all the documents that are not in Finnish, English or Swedish) *
     
  2. qualification yet to be completed (graduates of spring 2020): the final diploma/certificate or an interim certificate on graduation issued by the educational institution (+ an official translation of all the documents that are not in Finnish, English or Swedish) *

* If an applicant is a refugee or in a refugee-like situation and is unable to submit documentary evidence of his/her qualification, he/she may instead submit the asylum decision or residence permit issued on the basis of a need for protection of refugees or applicants in a refugee-like situation. The asylum decision / residence permit must be submitted to the admission services as an attachment to the Verification of Educational Background form.

 

  1. by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
     
  2. by 15 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission
     

* by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)

The official SAT result online report directly from the test organizer to Metropolia (code 6953) by 8 April 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
Application for individual arrangements for the entrance examination by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)

Please note:

  • Bachelor's degree applicants should note that it is not possible to apply to Bachelor’s degree programmes by using a higher education degree but the eligibility is given by a lower qualification such as general or vocational upper secondary qualification.
     
  • The International Baccalaureate certificate does not give eligibility for higher education in Finland. In order to be eligible to apply and applicant must provide a copy an International Baccalaureate diploma awarded by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO).
     
  • If the document is not in Finnish, Swedish or English language, an official translation into one of these languages must be provided by the deadline given for the document in question.
     
  • Documents delivered after the deadline will not be considered. Possible delays or problems in getting the required certificates in time do not take away your responsibility of delivering all the required documents so that they are received by the  by the deadline.
     
  • The study place is conditional until the polytechnic/ UAS has checked your school and other relevant certificates. Metropolia may withdraw the admission, if you have given false information or do not deliver all the required documents by the deadline.

Master's degree programmes

Required Document Deadline
 Finnish qualifications by 10 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission

Foreign qualifications

  1. qualification completed: the final diploma/certificate or an interim certificate on graduation issued by the educational institution (+ an official translation of all the documents that are not in Finnish, English or Swedish) *
     
  2. qualification yet to be completed (graduates of spring 2020): the final diploma/certificate or an interim certificate on graduation issued by the educational institution (+ an official translation of all the documents that are not in Finnish, English or Swedish) *

* If an applicant is a refugee or in a refugee-like situation and is unable to submit documentary evidence of his/her qualification, he/she may instead submit the asylum decision or residence permit issued on the basis of a need for protection of refugees or applicants in a refugee-like situation. The asylum decision / residence permit must be submitted to the admission services as an attachment to the Verification of Educational Background form.

  1. by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
     
  2. by 10 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission

* by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)

Work certificates (must indicate details such as the exact start and end dates of employment, the employer’s contact information, work duties, as well as working hours for part-time work), other documents such as contracts of employment, CV etc. are not considered. by 10 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission
Pre-assignments by 22 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)
Work certificates by 10 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days from the notification of admission
Application for individual arrangements for the entrance examination by 29 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET)

Please note:

  • If the document is not in Finnish, Swedish or English language, an official translation into one of these languages must be provided by the deadline given for the document in question.
     
  • Documents delivered after the deadline will not be considered. Possible delays or problems in getting the required certificates in time do not take away your responsibility of delivering all the required documents so that they are received by the  by the deadline.
     
  • The study place is conditional until the polytechnic/ UAS has checked your school and other relevant certificates. Metropolia may withdraw the admission, if you have given false information or do not deliver all the required documents by the deadline.

Pre-assignments

The following degree programmes are using pre-assignments:

  • Master's degree in Health Business Management
  • Master's degree in Industrial Management
  • Master's degree in Information Technology
  • Master's degree in Procurement

The pre-assignments must be delivered enclosed to the online joint application at Studyinfo.fi by the end of the application period (= by 22 January 2020 at 3 p.m. EET).

Apply with the SAT

You can apply in joint application to some of Metropolia’s English-language degree programmes with the SAT results without taking an entrance exam. Only the new SAT (taken after March 2016) is acceptable. SAT Subject Test will not be considered. Check the test dates and register at CollegeBoard webpage.

Please note!

  • Reports printed or sent by the applicant him/herself are not acceptable.
  • The official SAT result report must be delivered directly from the test organizer to Metropolia. The code for Metropolia University of Applied Sciences is 6953.
  • The official SAT result report must be received by Metropolia by 8 April 2020.
  • You also need to fill in the national joint application form at Studyinfo during the application period from 8 January 2020 at 8 pm to 22 January 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET).

Minimum point scores

In Metropolia, the following degree programmes consider SAT scores in their student selections:

Degree programme Minimum point score for the SAT test
Bachelor of Business Administration in European Business Administration Evidence-based reading and writing 500 points and math 500 points
Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business and Logistics Evidence-based reading and writing 500 points and math 500 points
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics Evidence-based reading and writing 400 points and math 400 points
Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology Evidence-based reading and writing 400 points and math 400 points

Entrance examinations for Metropolia's degree programmes

Entrance examination invitations will be sent via e-mail approximately one week prior to the entrance examination at the latest.

Metropolia's entrance examinations will be arranged in Finland only. It is not possible to take the exams abroad. However, instead of (or in addition to) the entrance examination, an applicant can apply to some of Metropolia's English-language degree programmes on the basis of a SAT-test.

Entrance examination invitations will be sent via e-mail approximately one week prior to the entrance examination at the latest.

Degree Programme Exam date Entrance examination invitations
Bachelor's Degree in
Electronics
2 April 2020 All eligible applicants will be invited to the national entrance examination for technology field.
Bachelor's Degree in
European Business Administration
31 March 2020 All eligible applicants will be invited to the entrance examination.
Bachelor's Degree in
Information Technology
2 April 2020 All eligible applicants will be invited to the national entrance examination for technology field.
Bachelor's Degree in
International Business and Logistics
31 March 2020 All eligible applicants will be invited to the entrance examination.
Bachelor's Degree in
Nursing

Phase I:
30 or 31 March 2020 (exact date will be notified in the invitation)

Phase II:
3 April 2020

All eligible applicants, who have informed in their applications that they have at least level B1 Finnish language skills, will be invited to the entrance examination.
Bachelor's Degree in
Social Services
7 April 2020 All eligible applicants, who have informed in their applications that they have at least level B1 Finnish language skills, will be invited to the entrance examination.
Master's Degree in
Business Informatics
6 April 2020 All eligible applicants will be invited to the entrance examination.
Master's Degree in
Health Business Management
24 March 2020 All eligible applicants, who have completed the pre-assignment in an acceptable level, will be invited to the entrance examination.
Master's Degree in
Industrial Management
1 - 2 April 2020 All eligible applicants will be invited to the entrance examination.
Master's Degree in
Information Technology
No entrance examination, only pre-assignment No entrance examination, student selections will be made on the basis of pre-assignments.
Master's Degree in Procurement No entrance examination, only pre-assignment No entrance examination, student selections will be made on the basis of pre-assignments.

Degree programme specific entrance examination instructions and material can be found at Studyinfo.fi.

Entrance examination co-operation

Entrance examination invitations will be sent via e-mail approximately one week prior to the entrance examination at the latest.

Some degree programmes have their own entrance examination whereas some of them co-operate by using the same entrance examination. Therefore you may receive several entrance examination invitations depending on your application options.

In case the degree programmes to which you have applied are co-operating in the entrance examinations, you will be invited only to the entrance examination of your highest application option in the same co-operating programme. The results of the entrance examination will be used by all the co-operating degree programmes you have applied to.

You must attend to all entrance examinations you are invited to if you want to get a change to get admitted to all of your application options. All parts of the entrance examination must be completed in an acceptable level in order to be admitted. In other words, if you fail in one part of the examination you cannot get admitted regardless of how well you did in the other parts of the examination.

Entrance examination invitations will be sent via e-mail approximately one week prior to the entrance examination at the latest.

Metropolia's degree programme Entrance examination co-operation Co-operating degree programmes

Bachelor's degree programmes in:

  • European Business Administration
  • International Business and Logistics
Joint exam for Metropolia's Bachelor of Business Administration degree programmes

Metropolia UAS

  • Bachelor of Business Administration in European Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business and Logistics

 

Bachelor's degree programmes in:

  • Electronics
  • Information Technology
National entrance examination for technology field Check the co-operating degree programmes
Bachelor's degree programme in Nursing

Joint entrance examination with:

  • Laurea UAS
  • Seinäjoki UAS
  • TAMK UAS

Laurea UAS

  • Bachelor of Health Care in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Social Services in Social Services

Metropolia UAS

  • Bachelor of Health Care in Nursing

TAMK UAS

  • Bachelor of Health Care in Nursing

Seinäjoki UAS

  • Bachelor of Health Care in Nursing

 

Bachelor's degree programme in Social Services No entrance examination co-operation No entrance examination co-operation
Master's degree programmes in Business Informatics Joint exam for Metropolia's Master's degree programmes in Business Informatics

Metropolia UAS

  • Master of Business Administration in Business Informatics
  • Master of Engineering in Business Informatics

 

Master's degree programmes in Health Business Management Joint exam for Metropolia's Master's degree programmes in Health Business Management

Metropolia UAS

  • Master of Business Administration in Health Business Management
  • Master of Engineering in Health Business Management
  • Master of Social Services and/or Health Care in Health Business Management

 

Master's degree programmes in Industrial Management No entrance examination co-operation No entrance examination co-operation
Master's degree programmes in Information Technology No entrance examination No entrance examination
Master's degree programmes in Procurement No entrance examination No entrance examination

Applications for individual arrangements due to an injury, illness, reading disability, or other special reason should be submitted to all universities of applied sciences where you take the entrance examinations. If you require individual arrangements for Metropolia's entrance examination, please read Metropolia's instructions for applying for individual arrangements for the entrance examination.

Student selections

Results of the joint application will published by 5 June 2020 at the latest. By this day all applicants will be sent an e-mail notifying the admission result. If you have Finnish online banking credentials, a Finnish electronic ID-card or mobile certificate can check your results at My Studyinfo -service.

You may receive a different result for different programmes: accepted, on reserve list, failed or cancelled.  You can be accepted to several degree programmes and you can choose which place you wish to confirm. However please note that you can accept only one study place leading to a higher education degree in Finland in education that begins in the same academic term.

If you are accepted, you must confirm the study place place by 10 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) or within 7 days of the results of the selections being made public, otherwise the stud place will be cancelled. More information on confirming the study place can be found at Studyinfo.fi.

The reserve list status will be valid until 31 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET), after which no applicants placed on reserve list can be granted admission.

Please note that the study place is conditional until the polytechnic/ UAS has checked your school and other relevant certificates. Metropolia may withdraw the admission, if you have given false information or do not deliver all the required documents by the deadline.

More information on admission results of joint application to higher education can be found at Studyinfo.fi.

Confirming the study place

  1. Accept the study place by the given deadline at Studyinfo.
    You can be accepted to several degree programmes and you can choose which place you wish to confirm. However please note that you can accept only one study place leading to a higher education degree in Finland in education that begins in the same academic term. When you have been accepted to a study programme, you will receive an email. You need to accept the study place by the given deadline or you will lose your place. Applicants admitted by 5 June 2020 must accept their study places by 10 July 2020 at 3 p.m. (EET) and applicants admitted after 5 June 2020 must confirm their study places within 7 days of the results of the selections being made public. Accepting a study place is a binding choice, and you cannot cancel or change your choice later. When you accept a study place bindingly, all your other study programmes will automatically be cancelled. You can accept the offered study place with the link in the email that you have received. If you have a Finnish social security number and Finnish online banking credentials, mobile certificate or an electronic ID-card, you can confirm the offered study place in the My Studyinfo -service.
     
  2. Pay the tuition fee if applicable (the invoice will be sent via email within a few days of the admission notification).
    The tuition fee will concern all students who are not citizens of EU/EEA countries and who start their studies in English-taught Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes. Students can be exempted from the tuition fee (e.g. on the basis of certain residence permits).
     
  3. Enroll for the academic year as present or absent. Students are obligated enroll every academic year as present for absent.
    The enrollment can be made only after the study place has been accepted and the possible tuition fee paid. It is not possible to start the studies before the enrollment. NB! If you register as absent you are required to deliver a document proving that you have legal grounds for the absence via this link.
     
  4. Deliver the certificates relevant to the student selection by by the deadline.
    Return back to your application and attach copies/pictures of the certificates relevant to the student selection of the degree programme in question (joint application form section "CERTIFICATES REQUIRED IN CONNECTION WITH STUDENT SELECTION (UAS)") unless you already have attached them to your application previously. You can enter the application by using the My Studyinfo -service or via the link you have received in the confirmation email of the application. The study place is conditional until the polytechnic/ UAS has checked your school and other relevant certificates. Metropolia may withdraw the admission, if you have given false information or do not deliver all the required documents by the deadline.

For more information please visit Studyinfo.fi.

Starting the studies

All information on when, where and how to start the studies is available in page Information for New Student. Instructions will not be sent directly to new students.

Study certificates, student discount documents, user ID and password etc. can be given to you on the first day of your studies (orientation days) at the earliest. Until then you can use your acceptance letter in order to verify your study place e.g. when applying for student housing, visa or residence permit.

By downloading the Tuudo mobile app, you can use various Metropolia web services easily on your smart phone. By using Tuudo's student ID you can also get VR, HSL, Matkahuolto and Kela student discounts. Tuudo is free for all Metropolia students.

Please note, finding suitable accommodation in Helsinki area can be challenging. Therefore, apply accommodation right away after receiving the acceptance letter. You can either apply accommodation from HOAS or from the private market.

It is imperative that you attend the orientation days at the beginning of the studies. Starting your studies late can seriously affect the progress of your studies. If you are not able to do so please contact the degree programme. Contact details will be published at page Information for New Student.

FAQ

Are there any tuition fees?

Yes. The tuition fee concern non-EU/EEA citizens studying in English-taught Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes. In Metropolia, the level of annual tuition fees vary from 10 000-12 000 euros for Bachelor level studies and 11 000-13 000 euros for Master level studies. More information on tuition fees and scholarships.

When will I get my entrance examination invitation?

Entrance examination invitations will be sent via e-mail one week prior to the entrance examination at the latest.

What are the entrance exams like?

Entrance examinations vary depending on the degree programme. Please find the degree programme specific instructions by searching the degree programme at Studyinfo.fi.

Where the entrance examinations will take place?

Metropolia's entrance examinations will be held in Finland only. It is not possible to take the entrance examination abroad. However, instead of (or in addition to) the entrance examination, an applicant can apply to some of Metropolia's English-language degree programmes on the basis of a SAT-test. An entrance examination is generally held on the campus where the degree programme is located (where the studies are implemented). More detailed information can be found at Studyinfo.fi.

Can I take the entrance examination abroad?

No. However, instead of (or in addition to) the entrance examination, an applicant can apply to some of Metropolia's English-language degree programmes on the basis of a SAT-test.

Can I get an exemption from the entrance examination?

No. You must attend to all entrance examinations you are invited to if you want to get a change to get admitted to all of your application options.

Can I change the preference option order on my application?

The order of preference you have given you your application is binding and you cannot change it after the application period has ended.

When will I get my results?

Results of the joint application will published at My Studyinfo by 5 June 2020. If you receive a study place in higher education, you will be notified by email provided that you have included your email address in your application. On the same day all those applicants who do not have a Finnish personal identity code will be sent a letter notifying the admission result of all the programmes you applied for (please note that the postal delivery will take a while).

Can I postpone the beginning of my studies?

According to the Universities Act/Polytechnics Act, a first-year student may register as absent for special reasons only.

I cannot attend the orientation days / start my studies in time, what should I do?

It is imperative that you attend the orientation days at the beginning of the studies. Starting your studies late can seriously affect the progress of your studies. If you are not able to do so please contact the degree programme.

How can I get a Visa and/or residence permit?

Please follow the guidelines on how to apply for a residence permit/visa on the pages of the Finnish Immigration Services.

My Visa / residence permit application was rejected, what can I do?

Unfortunately Metropolia has no influence over the immigration decisions.