Make your personal study plan
You will make your personal study plan (PSP) with your teacher tutor at
the beginning of your studies. The PSP is a document that outlines the
steps you need to take to complete your degree. The PSP
- helps you focus on the big picture
- supports your personal time management
- supports long-term planning of your studies
- helps you assess the development of your knowledge and skills.
Make your PSP in WebOodi. If needed, your student tutor will give you
instructions on using WebOodi, but if you prefer to create your plan
independently, you will find detailed instructions here. Once your PSP is complete, you need to present it to your teacher tutor for acceptance.
6 things to consider when making your PSP
- What are your goals and personal resources?
- Which minor subjects, language studies, and methodology courses will you take and when?
- When and where will you do your traineeship?
- At which point of your studies should you go on exchange?
- When will you start working on your thesis?
- Do you want to complement your degree with courses taken at the Lapland University of Applied Sciences?
Remember to assess and update your PSP regularly and keep your goals and personal resources in mind throughout your studies.
Getting to know your university community
Each international Master's degree student and exchange student is appointed a trained student tutor. Your tutor guides you through the practicalities of the university and student life and offers you support in the beginning of your studies.
Plan your studies
Your personal teacher tutor helps you plan your studies and is available for advice and support regarding academic matters throughout your studies at the University of Lapland.
Familiarize yourself with your major subject
Teachers will help you become familiar with the content of your major subject and the career paths it opens up. They will also answer your questions about courses and give you feedback on exams and other study-related issues.
Familiarize yourself with faculty-specific studies
Every faculty has a head of study affairs who will help you if you have questions about admissions, selecting a minor subject, or doing an internship as a part of your studies. They are also familiar with the faculty's RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) procedure.
Get information on the steps towards graduation
Study secretaries and amanuenses give you general information to guide you in completing your degree requirements. They also assist you with official degree certificates and transcripts. You can order an official, digitally verified transcript of studies from the WebOodi student information system.
Study certificates, transcripts and advice on registration for the academic year
Student Services offer you general advice on matters concerning registration for the academic year, tuition fees and other issues related to your studies. You can order an official, digitally verified study certificate or transcript of studies from the WebOodi student information system.
Internationalisation Services will help you if you have any questions about exchange studies or traineeship abroad.
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Make an appointment for career counselling
The Career Services will help you put your résumé together and write job applications. They also provide career guidance, career counselling, and information on labour market opportunities. Please feel free to get in touch with us at: rekry (at) ulapland.fi.
ICT Support Services
The ICT services will assist you if you have questions about printing,
university email, Optima, or WebOodi. They also provide user IDs and
advice on using the Office programs.
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Familiarize yourself with the courses offered by the Open University
You can also take courses offered by the Open University and include them in your degree.
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