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List of polytechnics in Finland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Polytechnics and university of applied sciences mean the same thing in Finland. The following 24 (as of 2021) current universities of applied sciences are also similar to the German Fachhochschule. The official Finnish and Swedish terms are ammattikorkeakoulu (AMK) and yrkeshögskola (YH). Except for the Åland University of Applied Sciences (Government of Åland[1]) and the Police College of Finland (Ministry of the Interior[2]), all polytechnics operate under the jurisdiction of the Finnish Ministry of Education.[1]

Full Name Abbr. (local) Location(s) as of January 1, 2014 Established Students (2009) Notes
Arcada University of Applied Sciences Arcada Helsinki[3] 1996 (prov.), 1998[3] 2 234[4] Education in Swedish, with a few English programmes[3]
Centria University of Applied Sciences Centria Kokkola, Ylivieska, Jakobstad, Haapajärvi[5] 3 098[4] Education in Finnish, Swedish and English[5]
Diaconia University of Applied Sciences Diak Helsinki, Kauniainen, Turku, Oulu, Pieksämäki, Järvenpää, Pori[6] 3 043[4]
HAAGA-HELIA University of Applied Sciences HAAGA-HELIA Helsinki, Porvoo, Heinola[7][8] 2007 9 180[4] Merger by Haaga and Helia (see defunct)
HAMK University of Applied Sciences HAMK Hämeenlinna, Forssa, Riihimäki, Tammela, Hattula, Valkeakoski[9][10] 6 325[4]
Humak University of Applied Sciences HUMAK Helsinki, Kuopio, Joensuu, Haapavesi, Lohja, Nurmijärvi, Tornio, Äänekoski, Joutseno, Jyväskylä, Kauniainen, Turku[11][12] 1998 (prov.), 2000[13] 1 374[4]
JAMK University of Applied Sciences JAMK Jyväskylä, Saarijärvi[14][15] 6 097[4]
Kajaani University of Applied Sciences KAMK Kajaani[16] 1992 (prov.), 1996[17] 1 989[4]
Karelia University of Applied Sciences Karelia (formerly PKAMK) Joensuu[18] 1992 3 802[4]
LAB University of Applied Sciences LAB Lahti, Lappeenranta[19] 2020[20] 8 737[21] Merger of Lahti University of Applied Sciences and Saimaa University of Applied Sciences.
Lapland University of Applied Sciences Lapin AMK Kemi, Tornio, Rovaniemi 2014 5 618[22] Merger of Kemi-Tornio and Rovaniemi, Northernmost higher education institution in the European Union
Laurea University of Applied Sciences Laurea Espoo, Vantaa, Lohja, Porvoo, Kerava, Hyvinkää[23] 7 312[4]
Metropolia University of Applied Sciences Metropolia Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa[24] 2008[25] 13 838[4] Merger by EVTEK and Stadia (see defunct)[25]
Novia University of Applied Sciences Novia Vaasa, Espoo, Ekenäs, Turku, Nykarleby, Jakobstad[26] 2008 3 511[4] Merger by Swedish Polytechnic and Sydväst (see defunct), education in Swedish[27]
Oulu University of Applied Sciences OAMK Oulu, Oulainen, Raahe[28] 1992 (prov.), 1996[28] 7 282[4]
Police University College Polamk[29] Tampere (before 1.1.2008, Espoo)[30] 1998[30] ~1 000[30] Administered by the Ministry of the Interior[2]
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences SAMK Pori, Harjavalta, Huittinen, Kankaanpää, Rauma[31] 5 556[4]
Savonia University of Applied Sciences Savonia Kuopio, Iisalmi, Varkaus[32] 1992 (prov.), 1998[33] 6 423[4]
Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences SeAMK Seinäjoki, Ilmajoki, Kurikka, Kauhajoki, Kauhava, Ähtäri[34][35] 1992 (prov.), 1995[36] 4 533[4]
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences Xamk Mikkeli, Kouvola, Savonlinna, Kotka 2017 9 300 [37] Merger of Mikkeli and Kymenlaakso
Tampere University of Applied Sciences TAMK Tampere, Ikaalinen, Mänttä-Vilppula,[38] Virrat[39] 9 284 (incl. PIRAMK)[4] 2010-01-01 Tampereen ammattikorkeakoulu merged into Pirkanmaan ammattikorkeakoulu Oy; conversely name TAMK persisted and PIRAMK ceased
Turku University of Applied Sciences Turun AMK Turku, Loimaa, Salo, Uusikaupunki[40] 8 891[4]
Vaasa University of Applied Sciences VAMK Vaasa[41] 1996[41] 3 354[4] Education in Finnish, Swedish and English
Åland University of Applied Sciences [42] Mariehamn, Åland Islands[43] 1997 (prov.), 2003[44] ~400[44] Administered by the Government of Åland,[1] education in Swedish

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References

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  3. ^ a b c "About Arcada". Arcada. Retrieved 2 January 2009.
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  8. ^ Vierumäki is located in municipality of Heinola
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  10. ^ Evo is located in municipality of Lammi, which merged in 1.1.2009 into Hämeenlinna. Mustiala is located in municipality of Tammela. Lepaa is located in municipality of Hattula.
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  12. ^ Municipality of Korpilahti merged into Jyväskylä 1.1.2009
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  15. ^ Municipality of Jämsänkoski merged with Jämsä 1.1.2009
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  34. ^ "Campuses and faculties". Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences. Retrieved 14 January 2016.
  35. ^ Municipality of Jurva merged into Kurikka 1.1.2009
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  37. ^ "Xamkin avainluvut". South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences. Retrieved 20 February 2019.
  38. ^ Municipality of Mänttä merged in 1.1.2009 with Vilppula to form Mänttä-Vilppula
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