Hanken continues to attract top students
Hanken received a total of 1254 applications (2017: 1114) for the integrated BSc and MSc programme in Vaasa and Helsinki this year. As of 2018 Hanken is part of the joint admission to higher education in Finland. 60% of the applicants are admitted based on their results from the matriculation examination and 40% are admitted through an entrance exam, which was held on 6 June throughout Finland.
Of the 1254 applicants a total of 180 students were admitted to Helsinki and 70 to Vaasa. This year the admission through the Open University set a new record - 54 students in total will begin their studies at Hanken in the autumn 2017. These students have successfully completed Open University courses at Hanken during the past year.
A list of the admitted students is available hereHanken’s master’s programme in Swedish attracted 187 applicants and 38 students were admitted to Helsinki and 17 to Vaasa. The admission to Hanken’s master’s programme in English was completed already earlier this spring and a total of 91 students will start their studies in August.
-We are very pleased with the large number of high quality students applying to Hanken. We congratulate the admitted students and wish to extend our warmest welcome to Hanken in August, says Planning Officer Linda Martelius.
Five students were admitted to the PhD programme at Hanken in the first admissions round this year. There will be another application round in September. Read more about the Hanken PhD programme here
Linda Martelius, Planning Officer
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