LUT's student intake in the first joint application round is 150: a total of 125 students in technology programmes and 25 in business.
LUT University will start eight English-language bachelor's programmes in August 2024. As in Finnish-language programmes, their duration is three years, and they lead to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Technology or Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration. Graduates from the bachelor’s programmes are entitled to continue their studies in LUT's master’s programmes.
“Nearly a fifth of the students in our current English-language bachelor's programmes are Finnish citizens. The studies make it easier to access international job markets because students also acquire strong language skills and the ability to work in an international environment”, describes Jaana Sandström, vice rector for education.
Read about all the programmes open for application:
- Computational Engineering
- Sustainable International Business
- Technology and Engineering Science
- Electrical Engineering (double degree)
- Mechanical Engineering (double degree)
Who can apply?
The first joint application round next spring is open to applicants who have completed their matriculation examination or equivalent qualifications in Finland.
Those who have completed their prior degree in another country can apply through rolling admission by 15 May 2024 at 15:00.
When can you apply?
Apply to English-language bachelor’s programmes at studyinfo.fi. The application period starts on 3 January 2024 at 8:00 and ends on 17 January 2024 at 15:00.
Who can I ask for more information?
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New programmes in computational engineering and sustainable international business
In the first joint application round next spring, LUT will introduce two new programmes that will take place on campus in Lappeenranta.
The new English-language Bachelor's Programme in Computational Engineering combines studies in mathematics and computer science. The programme teaches how to solve real-life problems and develop functional solutions with algorithms.
The new business programme teaches how to create new, international business by solving system-level sustainability problems. The Bachelor’s Programme in Sustainable International Business incorporates sustainability thinking into international business, marketing and supply management.