Practical information related to studying at Saimaa University of Applied Sciences has been gathered and placed on these web pages. This information is also available from the Student Services.
International students coming to Saimaa University of Applied Sciences and Lappeenranta University of Technology have a chance to participate in the Meet a Local Family Programme.
The programme brings together international students and South Karelian families. The aim is to help foreign students learn more about Finnish culture and family life. In return, the students give the host families a greater understanding and appreciation of other cultures.
The programme for Saimaa UAS students is coordinated by the international office and is conducted in cooperation with Lappeenranta University of Technology and the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Meet a Local Family Programme in a nutshell
We have combined all the general information related to studying in Saimaa UAS to these new student pages. You will find shortcuts to services, timetables of lectures, examination dates, course feedback and thesis feedback in the blue box on this page. If you have feedback or ideas on how to further improve the student pages, please use the Communication Services' feedback form to contact us.
You can also subscribe to the RSS-feed of the news section for your mobile device.
Lappeenranta Academic Library is open during summer Mon-Fri in Skinnarila from 8:30 till 15:30, and Linnala Mon-Thu 9:00-15:00 and Fri 9:00-14:30. Summer break in Skinnarila campus library is 20.6.-13.7. and in Linnala campus library 20.6.-3.8. Regular term hours resume August 25.
During 14.7.-10.8. full service hours are 10:00-14:00, and self-service hours are 8:30-10:00 and 14:00-15:30. During the self-service time customers can pick up their reservations, borrow materials by self-service lending machines, return loans and use all collections in the library as well as online resources.
The FSHS’s services for Saimaa University of Applied Sciences students will end at the end of July 2014. Ministry of Social Affairs and Health’s control group and its Ministers reasoned the ending of the piloting trial by nation’s financial situation along with the changes that are going to take place in the execution of the healthcare services in Finland.