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Thursday, September 24, 2009

In which semester you should apply?

As far as I know it is possible to take admission in Finland in two individual semester, Spring and Autumn. Application procedure for spring starts from 1st September and For autumn it is January. But every year in spring semester they allow lowest number of student and only two or three university admit student from the outside of Finland. So I recommend Autumn semester for Bangladeshi students. Even some time they do not arrange entrance exam /admission test in Dhaka for spring semester, but always they arrange entrance exam /admission test in Dhaka for Autumn semester. So take decision yourself that which semester would be good for you.

5 comments:

  1. Naimul Islam NaimMarch 31, 2010 at 6:57 PM

    As we r sitting for the exam in Autumn 2010 so how will be the competition overall.In how many countries does the authority arrange the exam.As we r the applicants from Bangladesh with whom specially with which country may we have to compete?
    another ques what is the difference between UAS and Polytechniques?

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  2. You are competing with among all the competitor all over the world who applied for your same university same course. UAS mean University of Applied Sciences. In previous time Finish people called this type of Institute as Polytechnic, but from last year (I am not sure last year or when) government has change the educational policy and renamed all polytechnic as University of Applied Science

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  3. Naimul Islam NaimApril 2, 2010 at 2:51 PM

    Is there any seperate institutions for native Finish students?like i came to know about an institution UNIV OF HELSINKI where overseas students cant apply for.they run all their courses in Finish language.another query what is the total population of Finland.

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  4. what ll be d venue if i apply for spring session?

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  5. Own campus of the university in Finland. In spring semester exam normally taken inside of Finland.

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