The registration for the academic year 2020-2021 has opened and closes September 15, 2020. You can register here. It will only take a few minutes.
Although the campus is closed, support and services for Arcada's students are offered remotely. Please feel free to contact them, either if you need any support with your studies or classes, if you have any practical problems or if you are experiencing e.g. anxiety or stress. Below is a summary of all the services offered by Arcada remotely. Don't know who to contact? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will guide you to the right service.
If you want to receive your degree certificate within June, please apply by Tuesday June 2, 2020. The degree certificate is sent out June 25, 2020. You apply online after all your credits are registered in ASTA.
When should I apply?
Apply by June 2, 2020 if you wish to receive your degree certificate within June or participate in the graduation ceremony. If you apply 3.6-31.8.2020, you will receive it in September.
If you need a study certificate or transcript of records, please order them as usual via Start. You will receive it the following work day to your Arcada e-mail.
Despite the campus being closed you still have access to different forms of support for your studies. You should shortly (if you haven't already) receive instructions from your lecturers on how your courses will process online.
As always, you are more than welcome to contact your amanuensis in study-related questions.
Welcome to join the SPRINTINHEL, https://www.sprintinhel.com/sprint-about/, run by Arcada and Metropolia this spring. You learn Google’s well known methodology, solve a challenging business problem for a client and network with great people from the Nordics and the Baltics. We will sketch, prototype, pitch etc.
Participants from 11 universities in Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will join us in Helsinki 19-25.4.
The topic is related to sustainability and urban farming. It is truly interesting.
While in Finland, would you like to have a possibility to interact easily with Finnish people outside your studies and get firsthand experience of the Finnish education system?
If so, one option is visiting a real Finnish school through the Erasmus in Schools -programme! By joining the programme you get a chance to see take part in a normal school day by giving the students lessons as a visiting student.
Erasmus in Schools offers you:
Are you interested in meeting someone who is established in the Finnish society? Interested in practising Swedish? Do you need support in job search or are you maybe looking for a new friend?
If so, then Luckan Integration's FIKA mentor program might be something for you. Welcome to apply for the program 1.12.2019-15.1.2020. Limited spaces available. Read more & apply!