How to apply?

FITech studies are organised by eight universities in the network and additionally at the University of Helsinki within the 5G field. You can choose courses from one or several universities and apply for a study right for them.

You need to have a Finnish personal identity code in order to apply and Finnish e-identification (e.g. online banking access codes) in order to confirm your study place.

For degree students: Remember that if the FITech course is organised by your home university, enroll for the courses normally in the university systems.

Find a course

Find the course(s) that suits best to your interests, schedules and goals. Familiarise yourself with the course descriptions and the possible prerequisites. One study credit (1 ECTS) means approximately 27 hours of studying. You can find the application deadlines on each course page. Please, apply only for course(s) you are planning to complete!

Apply for a study right

Get your study right by filling in an application in FITech’s application system (Studyinfo). Click the Start here button on each course page to be directed to the right application form. Each university processes the applications according to their own schedules. Some don’t process the applications until the end of the course’s application period.

Confirm your study place

Once your application has been accepted, you have 7 days to confirm your study place/places in Studyinfo. You will be informed about this via email (please also check the spam folder). To confirm the study place, you need to useĀ strong e-identification (using e.g. online banking codes with electronic identification activated).

Start studying

You will receive an email from the organising university with instructions how to activate your user account, enroll to the courses and exams (if needed, check the instructions) and log in to the study platforms. If you apply for courses from several universities, you will get separate IT-credentials and a user account/email address for each of them. Please notice that the universities might send study information to the university email, so remember to read the mails regularly or forward them to your own email account. If you can’t find the information, kindly check the spam folder first.