Courses and registration
Explore the course program and detailed course descriptions in the Study handbook (Weboodi). Please read the course description carefully before choosing your course.
In 2022 Hanken will adopt a new study admin system, Sisu. Course descriptions for Spring 2022 courses can be found in both systems.
If the course has prerequisites described in the study handbook you need to send a copy of a certificate of your previous studies to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration for Spring 2022 courses opens November 24th at 10:00
How to register
You find the Open University online registration service at the bottom of this page. Choose campus (Helsinki or Vaasa) and course language from the dropboxes, and then click on the course name of the course you want to register for; this will take you straight to the registration form. Use separate units for registering and payment (computer + mobile phone) to prevent trouble with the payment.
For Open University students it is not possible to register via Weboodi or Sisu, only through the online registration service.
Contact teaching courses in class during Spring 2022 may require mandatory attendance and are not given online. However, we also offer online courses and self-study courses. Always check the course description for a course that interests you on how the teaching and examination is structured.
The schedule for contact teaching courses is here
NOTE: After your course registration you will receive an auto-reply email with useful information. If you don't receive it to your inbox, please also check your spam/junkmail.
NOTE: In order to activate your Hanken-user ID which is essential for studying at Hanken, you will need to be able to identify through the self-service portal which require login with Finnish e-bank codes
The course fee is 15 euro/ECTS.
If you are a degree student registered as present at a Finnish university (other than Hanken), please register here: Registrationform. Please notice that you can only choose among the courses given through the Open University.