Student Selections 2020
You Are One Of Us. Congratulations!
Congratulations on your admission to LUT University! We are happy to welcome you to join us and start your studies at the end of August 2020.
If admitted and if having given a permission to publish your name on the list for the admitted students published on this web page, you will find your name included on the list below. The permission was given - or not given - on the Online Application Form at the time of applying and it cannot be changed anymore at this point.
The official date for releasing the admission results was March 18, 2020 - but we are glad to say that we were able to release the results already on March 17, 2020. Regardless of the result, you have eceived an e-mail about your admission result.
The e-mail was sent to the e-mail address given on your Online Application Form. If having applied for a scholarship, the information for the result was also included in the e-mail. If having applied to several programmes, you received a separate admission e-mail for each programme.
If admitted, you will be mailed an Admission Letter by post to the address given on your Online Application Form.
The Admission Letter will include your Certificate of Admission and Scholarship Decision (if having been awarded one) as well as 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.
The letters will be mailed as regular letters to the EU/EEA countries and Switzerland and as registered letters to the non-EU/EEA countries. The letters will not be mailed via couriers such as DHL etc. If having applied to several programmes, you will receive a separate e-mail for each programme.
The letters will be mailed on March 18, 2020 - so the date is not the one when you will receive your letter. Please allow some time for your letter to reach you. If you have not received your Admission Letter by April 20, please contact us and we will e-mail you a soft copy for the official documents. Kindly note that we will not be e-mailing any soft copies before the given date.
If having moved into a new address after having applied to us, please e-mail us your exact new address as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arrival Instructions for Master's Degree Students
While waiting for your Admission Letter, have a look at the
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+2):
- Accept your place at MyStudyinfo
- Enroll and pay the Student Union fee at the OILI service
Not following the DL given will automatically lead into losing your study place as you can no longer access the natioanal 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 at the OILI system by the given DL.
STUDENTS WITHOUT A FINNISH ID NUMBER
You will receive an e-mail from StudyInfo on March 18 after 20:00 (UTC+2) for accepting your study place. Log in to MyStudyinfo through the link included in the e-mail, accept your study place, enroll and pay the Student Union fee at the OILI system by the given DL.
Please note: If already having accepted a study place in Finland for studies starting in Fall 2020, you will not receive the e-mail included with the link as you are not able to accept another study place or change the one already acceped 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 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 - One Study Place Per Term Provision.
Double Degree Admission
The admission results for Double Degree studies will be published on April 8, 2020 at 09:00 (UTC+2).
Regardless of the result, you will receive an e-mail about your admission result on April 8, 2020.
The e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address given on your Online Application Form. The information about your Scholarship Decision will also be included in the e-mail. If having applied to two programmes, you will receive a separate e-mail for both the programmes.
Request for Rectification
If not agreeing with the admission decision and wishing to lodge an official appeal, you need to give it in writing - the DL for the Request for Rectification to reach LUT Records Services is April 1, 2020 at 12:00 (UTC+3). The official appeal must prove strong and concrete evidence on the error allegedly made during the admissions process.
Before starting to write an official appeal, you are first advised to contact LUt Admissions Services at email@example.com by March 24, 2020 at 24:00 (UTC+2) for further information about your points scored in the selection process.
Kindly note that only inquiries regarding to your points received by the given DL will be replied to.
Please note that there will be a re-evaluation and a possible rectification made only, if there had been a proven mistake made in the admission process - there will however, be no re-evaluation made regarding to points given for example, for the interview or motivation etc.
There is no justification for requesting a rectification if your application had been an incomplete one due to for example, not meeting with the minimum requirement for the language test score or not having your educational documents officially certified as requested or, the documents being late.