After completing the path studies, you can apply for a LAB degree programme by separate application at studyinfo.fi. If you are admitted as a degree student, the open studies which you have completed will be credited, subject to approval, towards your degree at LAB University of Applied Sciences. You can also apply via joint application. In that case, the same principles of accreditation apply.
English path studies starting in the autumn 2021 (advance information)
Registration: 3.8.2021 at 8 am - 8.8.2021 at 11.59 pm
We reserve the right to changes.
|Path studies, autumn 2021||Study places available|
|Bachelor of Business Administration, International Business, Lahti, 55 ECTS credits||10|
|Bachelor of Culture and Arts, Packaging and Brand Design, full-time studies, Lahti, 55 ECTS credits||2|
|Bachelor of Culture and Arts, Industrial Design, full-time studies, Lahti, 55 ECTS credits||2|
|Bachelor of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, full‐time studies, Lappeenranta, 55 ECTS credits||2|
|Bachelor of Engineering, Industrial Information Technology, full‐time studies, Lappeenranta, 55 ECTS credits||2|
|Bachelor or Engineering, Sustainable Solutions Engineering, online studies, 55 ECTS credits||5|
|Bachelor of Health Care, Paramedic, full‐time studies, Lappeenranta, 55 ECTS credits||5|
|Master of Business Administration, International Tourism and Event Management, online studies, 15 ECTS credits||5|
|Master of Engineering, Urban Sustainability, Lahti, 10 ECTS credits||2|
Path studies are in principle available for all, regardless of educational background. However, you are required to have at least a Bachelor-level degree if you wish to register for Master-level path studies.
We expect you to be at least 18 years of age when starting your studies. Good written and verbal English language skills are required. The places in Open UAS are allocated on a first come first serve.
We will arrange English language tests for those who register for Bachelor-level path studies. That's because studying in English requires fluent spoken and written English.
The language test consists of a group discussion and a written task. During the covid19 pandemic the language test will be conducted as a phone or an online interview. Passing the test is a prerequisite for you to be able to start the path studies.
Finnish path studies
If your native language is not Finnish and you wish to register for Finnish path studies, we expect you to have Finnish skills of at least level B1 or YKI 3.