1. Why is the study place in both China and Finland?
The first part of the studies is carried out online through modules used at Kajaani University. Students receive support by KAMK teachers during the Project studies and online through courses. After accumulating 60 credits, students come to Finland to participate in the final courses, write their university thesis and graduate.
2. What if I decide to stop my pause or stop my studies, but have already paid for the modules?
The courses that are paid for and delivered will be accredited upon completion. Students can join the studies at later times. The accumulated credits do not get lost.
3. What are the application requirements?
Age: 17-year-old 12th graders and above
Submission of high school transcript and high school diploma (temporary version is acceptable)
IELTS 5.5 or pass the English placement test of the program or pass KAMK English course
Interview with program director
4. What is the study language?
All studies are in English
5. What certification does the student receive upon graduation?
The student is granted the Bachelor of Business Administration degree
6. Can the credits be transferred to other countries?
As the curriculum for this program is designed for Chinese students to study at KAMK, currently KAMK has not yet made any articulation agreements with other countries’ partners. However, this will be our long-term aim to offer more options to our students.
7. Will my diploma be recognized outside Finland?
On graduation, students receive a diploma supplement which describes the Finnish education system.
The Diploma Supplement is an appendix to the higher education degree diploma/certificate for use in international contexts. The Diploma Supplement is a document developed jointly by the EU, the Council of Europe and UNESCO. Finnish law requires higher education institutions to present their students with a diploma supplement.
Diploma Supplement a document given in English which includes additional information about your qualification, the higher education institution that awarded it and the education system in the country where it was awarded and thus offers easier access to job opportunities or further studies abroad.
In Finland all graduates receive a Diploma Supplement automatically and free of charge from their higher education institution. A transcript of records in English is attached to the Diploma Supplement, where all completed courses and grades are listed.
The Diploma Supplement is not a substitute or translation of the original qualification or transcript, but it provides more information about the qualification.