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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Pre-reading material for International Business

Download and study Pre-reading material for International Business

Monday, January 18, 2010

Old question for IT

For Information Technology entrance exam please download and study this. Also available in download section of this page.

2010 List of UAS where Bangladeshi student can apply this year.

Please check out carefully before you make your on-line application. Cause all University of applied science (UAS) do not arrange entrance in Dhaka.

Arcada, Central Ostrobothnia UAS, Jyväskylä UAS, Kymenlaakso UAS, Mikkeli UAS, Oulu UAS, Rovaniemi UAS, Saimaa UAS, Savonia UAS, Seinäjoki UAS, Tampere UAS, Turku UAS, Vaasa UAS

Pre-reading material for Nursing

1) Questions from Fry, Sara: Ethics in Nursing Practice, A Guide to Ethical Decision Making. International Council of Nurses, edition 1994 pages 5-159, or edition 2002 pages 4-106, or edition 2008 pages 5-118.

2) Questions from Marieb E. Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology. 9th edition, pages 1 - 132.

For more information please contact the Degree Programme ( or +358 20 783 5623).

Pre reading materials for Social Services

Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
Degree Programme in Social Services


Exam literature consists of three articles and one report, which are typical examples of material used while studying in the Degree Programme in Social Services.

1) Juha Hämäläinen: Developing social pedagogy as an academic discipline (pages 133-153). In: Anders Gustavsson & Hans-Erik Hermansson & Juha Hämäläinen (eds.): Perspectives and Theory in Social Pedagogy. Daidalos, Göteborg 2004.

2) Articles in Infed-website (Exploring Informal Education, Lifelong Learning, and Social Action):
• Introducing Informal Education (
• Animation (

3) Huset Mandat Morgen: What lies ahead for the Nordic model? A discussion paper on the future of the Nordic welfare model in a global competition economy. Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen 2007.

The written part of the entrance exam includes multiple choice and essay questions. The aim is to assess the capacity of the applicant to understand the contents of the exam material and to produce coherent, logical answers in English language. Therefore no specific questions e.g. on dates, figures or names of books or authors are posed unless they are clearly essential to the article or the report.