The application period for LUT University’s Master's programmes that start in autumn 2023 is 1 December 2022–18 January 2023. The programmes will be arranged in Lappeenranta, Lahti, Kouvola and Mikkeli. Out of LUT's 36 Master's programmes, 26 are taught in English.
Applicants who have completed a Bachelor's degree in Finland or abroad are eligible to apply. The programmes are 120 ECTS credits, and their duration is two years. Both Finnish and international students can apply to LUT’s Master's programmes in English.
A tuition fee of EUR 13 500 per academic year will be charged from students from outside of the EU/EEA countries. The tuition fee for the Erasmus Mundus Master's programmes Software Engineers for Green Deal and Sustainable Biomass and Product Engineering is EUR 9 000 per academic year.
All the programmes offer an early bird discount on tuition fees. Students can also apply for Finland Scholarships for tuition fees and living costs in most of the Master’s programmes.
Applications to the Master’s programmes are filled out at studyinfo.fi.
New Master’s programmes
The chemical engineering Master’s Programme in Water Technology will shift from distance to blended learning next academic year. The programme will focus on the most recent technologies and scientific breakthroughs in water technology. Its contact teaching will take place in Mikkeli.
The energy technology Master’s Programme in Sustainable Energy Systems will replace Bioenergy Systems and will focus on the design and utilisation of clean and efficient energy production. The programme will implement contact teaching and will be held in Lappeenranta.
LUT’s new mechanical engineering Master’s Programme in Materials Science and Technology is unique in Finland. At the core of the programme is materials selection, which is a key issue in the in-service performance, visual appearance and economic efficiency of any product. This is a contact teaching programme on the Lappeenranta campus.
The new software engineering Master’s Programme in Digital Systems and Service Development will take place in Lahti. The contact teaching programme will focus on the development of digital service systems and adopting a service-oriented mindset.
Rolling admission continues
Applicants who have completed or are close to completing a degree outside of Finland are eligible to apply to Master’s programmes in English also through rolling admission (with the exception of Biorefineries and Circular Economy).
In rolling admission, LUT will review applications until 15 May 2023 if places remain in the programmes.
- Regular admission to Master’s programmes 1 December 2022–18 January 2023
- Regular admission to Bachelor’s programmes 4–18 January 2023
- Rolling admission to Bachelor’s and most of Master’s programmes in English 1 November 2022–15 May 2023
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