Karelia University of Applied Sciences provides counselling and guidance, education and workshops for highly educated immigrants. The aim is to help them find study opportunities in higher education and to produce services that facilitate the process of integration.
Guidance and Counselling Service SIMHE-Karelia
The staff of SIMHE-Karelia provide personal guidance for immigrants interested in higher education studies. In addition, support will be provided regarding the practices used in the recognition of prior learning as well as guidance in career planning for those immigrants who have already completed some higher education studies before.
SIMHE-Karelia guidance and counselling can help you if:
- You need information on applying to Universities or Universities of Applied Sciences
- you need to know different studying possibilities for you
- you need to know how your previous education and competences can be recognised in Finland
- you need help in planning your career
- you need more information on Finnish language studies
In you first contact, disclose your educational background and interests, for example:
- earlier studies and what stage they are at
- your degree, language skills
- how long you have lived in Finland
- what kind of educational interest you have
You can get personal guidance by sending email to: email@example.com or phone +358 50 575 0823, counsellor Hannele Niskanen or +358504679219 counsellor Kirsi Autio. Guidance can be done as face to face meeting or as online meeting (Teams or Skype).
See more: http://simhe.karelia.fi/en/
Finnish national agency for Education: SIMHE services at higher education institutions
Education for Immigrants
Preparatory studies for Higher Education for Immigrnats
Karelia University of Applied Sciences provides Preparatory studies for Higher Education for Immigrants. Studies are conducted in Finnish language. You can apply to these studies if your Finnish language skills are at B1 level and you have eligibility to apply to Higher Education. Next eduacation time is 1.11.2021 — 30.4.2022.