ERASMUS+ Application

Students at partner universities are welcome to apply for exchange studies at Centria University of Applied Sciences through the Erasmus+ Programme. Each year we welcome around 80 exchange students to study at our three campuses. Before applying, please, make sure that your university has an active Erasmus+ Agreement with Centria. 

How to proceed?

You may apply to come to do your exchange at Centria after being nominated by your home University.  Please, be in contact with your Erasmus+ Coordinator at your home University before sending any application forms. Please, note that students applying should certify good knowledge of English or Finnish.

How should I apply?

To apply for exchange studies at Centria, please, collect the Applicant Package consisting of the following following documents:

  • Complete the Application form.
  • Prepare a Learning Agreement with the courses you are planning to take at Centria. Here you will find a list of courses offered at Centria to the exchange students.
  • Provide a Transcript of Records in English.
  • Write a Letter of Motivation explaining why you want to study at Centria (max. 1 page).
  • Provide an English Language Certificate written by an English language teacher. (Students are recommended to have a B2 or C1 level, see the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Grid.)
  • Provide a copy of Passport or National Identity Card.
  • Provide a copy of European Health Insurance Card.

 

Use MS Word 2007 or later to properly edit the forms.

Scan all your documents into one PDF file and send it to incoming@centria.fi

When should I apply?

The application period for the Spring semester 2020 starts on 01.10.2019. Deadline for application is 01.11.2019.

Contact details:

If you have any questions, please, contact the International Coordinators in the programs:

incoming@centria.fi (Business Management, Environmental Chemistry and Technology, Music Pedagogy, Information Technology)
timo.kinnunen@centria.fi (Nursing)


   
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