Courses for Exchange Students at the Viikki Campus

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By selecting a degree programme you are able to see the general content as well as the possible degree programme-specific content. You do not have to select a degree programme to see the Open University's instructions.

Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry

You can find courses from preliminary teaching programmes offered by different study programmes by clicking on the course list links below. Notice that only courses offered in periods I & II are available during autumn semester and courses offered in periods III & IV during spring semester. 

At the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry there are only very few BSc level courses available in English. Exchanges at this faculty are mainly suitable for advanced (primarily 3rd and 4th year) BSc, MSc and PhD level students. Advanced Bachelor's level students are allowed to take Master's level courses provided if they have the required prerequisites for the selected courses. 

Some courses (especially practical courses and laboratory courses) have a limited number of places and in these cases the degree students of the faculty have the priority. You may also look for suitable courses for your Learning Agreement from other Faculties (except the ones with restrictions). Especially the Faculty of Biological and Environmetal Sciences  may have courses suitable for you. However, please note that you should choose the majority (min 50 %) of your courses from the faculty that has the exchange agreement with your home institution.

Course descriptions for courses can be found through the Courses search using the course code or name when searching (unless the course is taught for the first time). Remember to choose the right Faculty/degree programme and English as the language for the course when searching. 

"x" or "yes" in the column "open for exchange students"/”For exchange students” means that the course is open for exchange students.

Bachelor's programmes

Master's programmes

Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences

You can find courses from preliminary teaching programmes offered by different study programmes by clicking on the course list links below. Notice that only courses offered in periods I & II are available during autumn semester and courses offered in periods III & IV during spring semester. 

At the Faculty of Biological and Environmetal Sciences there are only very few BSc level courses available in English. Exchanges at this faculty are mainly suitable for advanced (primarily 3rd and 4th year) BSc, MSc and PhD level students. Advanced Bachelor's level students are allowed to take Master's level courses provided if they have the required prerequisites for the selected courses. 

Some courses (especially practical courses and laboratory courses) have a limited number of places and in these cases the degree students of the faculty have the priority. You may also look for suitable courses for your Learning Agreement from other Faculties (except the ones with restrictions). Especially the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry may have courses suitable for you. However, please note that you should choose the majority (min 50 %) of your courses from the faculty that has the exchange agreement with your home institution.

Course descriptions for courses can be found through the Courses search using the course code or name when searching (unless the course is taught for the first time). Remember to choose the right Faculty/degree programme and English as the language for the course when searching. 

"X" or "yes" in the column "open for exchange students"/”For exchange students” means that the course is open for exchange students. "No" or empty box in the column "open for exchange students" means that the course is NOT open for exchange students.

Bachelor's programmes

Master's programmes

Faculty of Pharmacy

Notice that only courses offered in periods I & II are available during autumn semester and courses offered in periods III & IV during spring semester. 

Advanced Bachelor's level students are usually allowed to take Master's level courses. Courses with a code FARM means BSc level and courses with a code PROV indicates MSc level

Course descriptions for courses can be found through the Courses search using the course code or name when searching (unless the course is taught for the first time). Remember to choose the right Faculty/degree programme and English as the language for the course when searching. 

  • Master's and Bachelor's degree programmes in Pharmacy

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine