PSP (Personal Study Plan)
- supports time management
- supports long-range planning of your studies
- helps you assess how much you have learned.
You make your PSP with your teacher at the beginning of your studies. It is resource you then assess and update throughout your work for the degree.
Things to think about when making your PSP
- What minors, language studies and methods courses do you plan to take and what would be the best time to take them?
- When and where are you going to do your traineeship?
- At what point in your studies would it make the most sense to go on an exchange?
- When are you going to start your thesis/final degree project?
- Do you want to complement your degree with courses at the Lapland University of Applied Sciences?
Acquaint yourself with how the PSP works and the PSP guide. In an appendix to the guide you will find detailed instructions for using ePSP, a tool in WebOodi. Your student-tutor will also be happy to show you how to use ePSP.
Your student-tutor is a person appointed and trained by your faculty to help you. He/she helps you get to know university routines, the city of Rovaniemi, the things you can do in your free time and other students. You’ll meet your student-tutor on your very first day and he/she will be there for you for the entire autumn term.
Your personal teacher-tutor will help you in planning your studies and other academic matters. His/her role is important, particularly at the beginning of your studies, but the tutoring is designed to cover the entire time you spend at the University.
Does it seem like your studies are going nowhere? Motivation at an all-time low? Having trouble with your workload? There is no need to try and solve these problems on your own. Get in touch with
firtname.lastname @ ulapland.fi
Tel. 040 484 4243
Applications and entrance examination results
- Registration, study certificates
- Official transcripts.
- Applying for financial aid.
- Going international at home
- International traineeship
- Taking courses abroad
- International student mobility.
Open university guidance
- practice in studying techniques
- student exchanges.
Study secretaries, amanuenses
General advice on the organisation of studies
- Graduation and degree certificates
- Official transcripts.
- Guidance on the content of your major
- Feedback on exams and other work.
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Art and Design
- Faculty of Social Sciences
Heads of Academic Affairs
- Content of studies and selection of minor subjects
- Planning of studies
- Traineeship (traineeship vouchers).
Faculty of Education: ma. Anne Autti
Faculty of Law: Pirkko Huhtaniska
Faculty of Art and Design: Maija-Sisko Tuomaala
Faculty of Social Sciences: Mervi Tikkanen and Mikko Vehkaperä.
- User IDs
- Systems support (email, Optima, WebOodi)
- Printer problems
- User support and advice for Office programs
- Employment services
- Career planning.
For more information
If you are not sure who to turn to, contact Student Services: opinto(at)ulapland.fi.
You can find faculty-specific guidelines in your faculty course catalogue and on the faculty’s web page.