Pursuivant wrote:So, if you had a bachelor's degree (in engineering) why didn't you apply the "real universities" engineering dept, like Aalto, TUT or LUT for a Master's?
Rip wrote:The actual academic level places to study engineering are Aalto, TUT, LUT and faculties with university of Oulu and Åbo Akademi (Turku) (Did I miss something?). Åbo Akademi is Swedish, and there at least used to be some of the elementary courses in Current Aalto in Swedish too, but otherwise especially in the studies aiming at a bachelor's degree the language of the lecture rooms is predominantly Finnish. I would expect all of them have plenty of information online, if some of the study related info isn't available in the language you chose, then presumably you can't do studies either on that language either.
The "universities of applied sciences" aren't really considered universities. Better of of the students must be OK, but as you noted, the bar isn't set very high at the entrance tests.
Pursuivant wrote:The "real" univeristies only offer the basic degrees in Finnish (or Swedish) so you'd be a bit restricted to Åbo for engineering. Then again, if you want something "practical" under your belt, there are some courses in some polytechnics that are "unique", but you need to know what and where.
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