Our warmest congratulations on obtaining your study place at Diak!
Please follow these instructions to ensure a smooth start to your studies.
1. Confirm your study place
Confirm your study place by using the link on your confirmation email or by logging in to the Oma Opintopolku / My Studyinfo service. You need to confirm your study place by 8 July 2019, 3pm (Finnish time) or else you will lose it.
Before confirming your study place, be aware of the one study place per term provision.
Please note that if you have to pay the tuition fee, you will be notified of this separately. The tuition fee in this Master’s degree programme is €6000 per academic year.
2. Register for the academic year 2019–2020
After confirming your study place, you have to register as attending or non-attending for the academic year 2019–2020 by 8 July 2019, 3pm (Finnish time). Register as attending or non-attending at the Oma Opintopolku / My Studyinfo service.
If you are unable to register online, please contact the Admission Services.
Please note that you can only register as non-attending for your first academic year on certain legal grounds. Please take into account that this Master’s degree programme will not start again in 2020.
If you have to pay the tuition fee, you cannot register for the academic year before you have paid the fee.
3. Submit copies of your educational certificates
If you did not attach copies of your educational certificates to your online application form when you submitted it, please submit copies to the study office as soon as possible, by 8 July 2019 at 3pm, either by email or by post. The copies have to reach the study office by that time.
Even if you register as non-attending, you must provide copies of your certificates.
The copies will not be returned to you.
If an applicant has provided false information and would not have been eligible for admission on the basis of correct information, Diak may reverse the decision of admission. In addition, if an applicant does not provide copies within the given time, Diak may reverse the decision of admission.
4. Apply for residence permit if needed
The Finnish Immigration Service (Migri) has compiled instructions for incoming degree students who need to apply for a residence permit.