Studying at the University of Vaasa in autumn 2022

In autumn 2022, the University of Vaasa provides education on campus and in part also remotely. We will focus on new, pedagogically developed solutions that support blended teaching. For each degree programme, on-campus teaching will be planned so that it is offered evenly throughout the academic year.

More detailed information on contact and distance teaching in each degree programme is available on the web page Current issues by degree programmes. Information on courses is available in the Study Guide at the beginning of July.

Bachelor’s programmes in 2022

We want new students to join our community right at the beginning of their studies, which is why the first- and second-year courses in the bachelor’s programmes will be held primarily on campus. The further the studies progress, the more we offer the student alternative manners of completion.

Large lectures for first-year students can still be online. Online courses will also include course and group work on campus.

Master's programmes in 2022

Master’s studies are planned flexibly according to the needs of our students. In autumn 2022, especially second-year students have the opportunity to complete courses remotely in addition to on-campus instruction. As an alternative to the weekly lessons in a degree programme, campus days can be planned. This means that on-campus activities of courses are grouped on the same or consecutive days.

Other news related to studying

The study guides for the coming academic year have been published online. Teaching schedules are currently being drawn up, and they will be published in the Study Guide and Lukkarikone for the most part at the beginning of July. The rest, for example, some of the spring 2023 schedules, will be published during summer and autumn 2022.

Registration for study units begins on Peppi on 24 August at 8. More information on course registration is online. Remember to register for the academic year first. Please note: registration for language studies starts already on 22 August at 8. More information on how to register for language courses.

The PSP on Peppi is your tool for planning and registering for studies. Do check that your PSP is up-to-date at the beginning of the academic year. See the IT Systems for Students web page for instructions on how to update your PSP on Peppi.

By downloading the Tuudo app, you can easily view the course schedules for the autumn, your own schedule and the credits you have completed. More information on the Tuudo mobile app.

Study counsellors will organise information sessions on the planning of studies to provide you with more information on topical subjects at the beginning of the academic year. You can check the dates of the info sessions on the study counsellors’ web page or from your counsellor in August.

Further information:

Annukka Jokipii, vice-rector, tel. +358 29 449 8482,
Helena Varmajoki, vice-director, Education Services, tel. +358 29 449 8174,

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