Accredited programmes Top-quality education
The University of Vaasa's accredited programmes in business and technology attract students from all around the world. A friendly atmosphere combined with top-quality education provides you with a unique foundation for your future.
The next joint application round will take place from the 4th to 18th January 2023, and the rolling admission round from the 1st of November 2022 to the 31st of May 2023, or until the intakes are full.
Study in the happiest country in the world Living in Finland
Finland is well known as a secure and clean country. The Finnish society is built upon the equality between men and women. Finland, a stable democracy, is a safe choice to live and study in.
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The University of Vaasa is sited at Finland's newest campus area, close to the sea, often referred to as the most beautiful campus in Finland. The campus is an interesting fusion of old and new, a combination of continental and Anglo-Saxon architectures. It is located in Vaasa, the sunniest City of Finland. With its 12 000 students, Vaasa is also a lively student city. Moreover, the beautiful Kvarken archipelago surrounding the city is part of UNESCO's World Natural Heritage sites since 2006.
The tightly knit international community of more than 5000 students is one of the main strengths of the University. 9% of the students and 30% of the academic staff are international, ensuring a lively and active campus.
Read more about the student experiences under each programme, under the information for parents and in the publications and social media of the University.
Contact and further information
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding admission procedure or studying at the international Master's programmes at the University of Vaasa.
Do you want to hear student experiences and more information about applying? Order a recording of the webinar "Studying a Master's degree at the University of Vaasa" with this form. The webinar was recorded on the 24th November 2021.