University studies are very different compared to, for example, the Finnish high school. Most of the frequently asked questions are answered in the study guide. The Oulu Business School personnel also gladly helps if there are any issues or questions. You can find their contact details here.
One integral part of the studies is the internship. The internship postings sent to the University of Oulu are published on the Aarresaari.net website.
All new degree students at the Oulu Business School start with Economics and Business Administration as their major subject in the Bachelor’s Degree program. After that, they apply to one of the major subjects in the Master’s Degree program.
In the Master’s Degree program, there are six major subjects available in the Oulu Business School:
Additional information about the studies and the major subjects can be found on the Oulu Business School website.
If you have at least a previous Bachelor’s Degree from a University Program or a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from a University of Applied Sciences, you may apply directly to one of the Master’s Degree programs in Oulu Business School. You can find more information about the admission process here. The students who have previously completed their Bachelor’s Degree and apply directly to the Master’s Degree program are commonly called +2 students.
It’s very important for Finanssi that the students in the Master’s Degree program also find our activities useful and interesting. We warmly welcome all +2 students to participate in our events. We also organize events specifically tailored for the students in the Master’s Degree phase. You can find the upcoming events in the event calendar on our front page as well as on Finanssi’s Facebook page!
In Finanssi, the +2 students are a responsibility of the Director of International & Master’s Affairs. You can contact them regarding any matters related to Finanssi. If you want to become a member of Finanssi, click here for more information.
Our faculty also welcomes hundreds of international students every year. Some of them come to Oulu for a Master’s Degree, while others come here for one or two terms on an exchange. As our faculty becomes more international, so does Finanssi. The growing international influence is visible in our activities, and we strive to offer our members valuable international experiences here in Oulu, as well. Doing so provides our members with excellent opportunities to gain connections and friendships all over the whole world.