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Studying at a University of Applied Sciences (2 cr)

Code: XX00CG82-3076

General information


19.04.2021 - 30.01.2022


10.01.2022 - 15.06.2022


2 op

Teaching languages

  • Finnish

Degree programmes

  • Degree Programme in Food and Hospitality
  • Degree Programme in Food Processing and Biotechnology


  • Kirta Nieminen
  • Eija Putula-Hautala

Responsible person

Eija Putula-Hautala

Scheduling groups

  • BIELI (Size: 40. Open UAS: 0.)
  • RESTO (Size: 40. Open UAS: 0.)

Student groups

  • MBIELI22
  • MRESTO22

Education groups



The student is able to
- function in a university of applied sciences
- develop learning, studying and job seeking skills
- use efficiently different learning environments
- learn about one's own field of study and employment opportunities in the field
- identify individual opportunities for internationalisation


structure of studies and different ways of conducting studies
- study orientation and Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences as a work community
- statutes regulating higher education studies, regulations an rules of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- student union activities
- library services of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
- developing learning and study skills
- social benefits for students and welfare services at Seinäjoki University of Applies Sciences
- career planning and job seeking skills
- relevance of internationalisation skills
- opportunities for further studies


- website and intranet of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences:
- curricula of degree programmes:
- material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

- 53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale


Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)


Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.
Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills.

Assessment methods and criteria

- participation in lectures and exercises, completion of assignments


No prerequisites