Student Selections 2021

Admission Results

  • Regular Admission: The admission results will be released on March 25, 2021.
  • Double Degree Admission: The admission results will be released on April 15, 2021.

Admission E-mail

Regardless of the result, you will receive an e-mail about your admission result and the information for possibly being awarded a Tuition Fee Waiver (if applicable) on the date of the results being released.

The e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address given on your Online Application Form. Remember to use an e-mail that will be valid throughout the whole admission process - for example, do not use a university e-mail address if still studying but graduating before the admission results are released.

  • If having applied to several programmes, you will receive an individual admission e-mail for each programme.

Official Admission Documents

If admitted, you will be e-mailed an official Certificate of Admission plus, an official Decision for a Tuition Fee Waiver, if eligible to apply for one and having been awarded one. These official documents together with other information - regarding accepting your study place, applying for accommodation, applying for a residence permit (if applicable), arrival in Lappeenranta and starting your studies at LUT University - will be e-mailed to you withing a week from the date of the results being released (date included).

  • If having applied to several programmes, you will receive an individual admission e-mail for each programme.
  • There will be no additional hard copies mailed.
     

Arrival Instructions for Master's Degree Students

While waiting for your official documents, have a look at the Arrival Instructions, including information and instructions regarding to accepting your study place, applying for accommodation, applying for a residence permit (if applicable), arrival in Lappeenranta and starting your studies at LUT University.

Accepting Your Place

If having been admitted, you must do the following by April 30, 2020 at 15:00 (UTC+3):

  • Accept your place at MyStudyinfo 
  • Pay your tuition fee
  • Enroll for the academic year and finalise the enrolment by paying the Student Union fee

Not following the DL given will automatically lead into losing your study place as you can no longer access the national online system anymore after the DL.

STUDENTS WITH A FINNISH ID NUMBER

Log in to MyStudyinfo from www.studyinfo.fi with your Finnish online banking code, Finnish electronic ID-card or, Finnish mobile certificate. Accept your study place, enroll and pay the Student Union fee by the given DL.

STUDENTS WITHOUT A FINNISH ID NUMBER

You will receive an e-mail from StudyInfo on March 25 after 20:00 (UTC+2) for accepting your study place. Log into MyStudyinfo through the link included in the e-mail, accept your study place, enroll and pay the Student Union fee by the given DL plus, pay the tuition fee as instructed in your admission e-mail.

  • If already having accepted a study place in Finland for studies starting in Fall 2020, you will not even receive the e-mail included with the link fir accepting your place as you would not be able to accept yet another study place or change the one already accepted to the new one.

You Can Only Accept One Study Place in Finland

You may only accept one study place in Finland in a programme starting in the same academic semester and leading into a degree in the higher education.

The first study place you accept in Finland will be your first, only and final choice as you or us will not be able to change it. So please be patient and wait for the results for each programme that you have applied to in Finland and accept your study place only after having made up your final decision - but do not miss the deadlines!

For more information, please see StudyInfo - Provision for One Study Place Per Term.

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