Open and non-degree students

Instructions for the study plan in Sisu for open university and other non-degree students at Hanken

To be able to register for the teaching at Hanken you need to have a study plan with the courses you want to complete in it. Follow the instructions below that apply to you.

1. Go to the My profile page in Sisu and click on your study right. You can find your study right under the heading "Open university education".

OPU engelska

2. Scroll down to the heading "Courses you have the right to take". Memorise or write down the course codes for the listed courses.

opu courses eng

3. If you have had the right to complete courses at Hanken also earlier, you need to make sure to check the dates for when you have a right to take the course. Write down the codes for the courses you have a right to take right now.

Study right to course opu

4. Go to the Structure of studies page and click on the New study plan button. If you only have one study right at Hanken the popup window will be filled in automatically. If you have several study rights you need to select which one you want to create the study plan for. Click on "Create a plan".

create a plan opu

5. Click on the heading furthest down in your study plan to open the panel to the right. Click on the text, not on the arrow. 

Study plan heading opu

6. Add the courses you have a right to complete via the search field. Make sure to select the exact same course code as the one you have a right to take. The course can for example have the codes 1124, 1124-V or 1124-OPU, but you should only select one - the exact code you have a study right to.

1140 opu eng

Everything you add to the study plan is saved automatically. You can view the contents of your study plan also later by going to the Structure of studies page.

When you have added all the courses you have a right to complete to your study plan you can proceed to register for the teaching. Instructions for registering for teaching can be found here.

study plan done opu

 

1. Go to the My profile page in Sisu and click on your study right. You can find your study right under the heading "Other non-degree education". The study right can be called for example JOO-studies, Joint non-degree studies, or Non-degree studies.

JOO studies

Joint non degree studies

Non degree studies

2. Scroll down to the heading "Courses you have the right to take". Memorise or write down the course codes for the listed courses.

opu courses eng

3. If you have had the right to complete courses at Hanken also earlier, make sure to check the dates for when you have a right to take the course. Write down the codes for the courses you have a right to take right now.

Study right to course opu

4. Then, go to the Structure of studies page and click on the New study plan button. If you only have one study right at Hanken the popup window will be filled in automatically. If you have several study rights you need to select which one you want to create the study plan for. Click on "Create a plan".

Create study plan non degree

5. Click on the heading furthest down in your study plan to open the panel to the right. Click on the text, not on the arrow. 

Non degre studies plan

6. Add the courses you have a right to complete via the search field. Make sure to select the exact same course code as the one you have a right to take. The course can for example have the codes 1124, 1124-V or 1124-OPU, but you should only select one - the exact code you have a study right to.

1140 opu eng

Everything you add to the study plan is saved automatically. You can view the contents of your study plan also later by going to the Structure of studies page.

When you have added all the courses you have a right to complete to your study plan you can proceed to register for the teaching. Instructions for registering for teaching can be found here.

qNon degree studies in plan

1. Go to the My profile page in Sisu and click on your study right. You can find your study right under the heading "Other non-degree education". The study right can be called for example JOO-studies, Joint non-degree studies, or Non-degree studies.

JOO studies

Joint non degree studies

Non degree studies

2. Scroll down to the heading "Study modules you have the right to take", where you can see which module you have a study right to. Memorise, or write down the name of the module. The HR module is used as an example below.

HR module study right

3. If you have had the right to complete other modules at Hanken also earlier, make sure to check the dates for when you have a right to take the module, and write down the name of the module you have a right to take right now.

HR module time

4. Then, go to the Structure of studies page and click on the New study plan button. If you only have one study right at Hanken the popup window will be filled in automatically. If you have several study rights you need to select which one you want to create the study plan for. Click on "Create a plan".

Create study plan non degree

5. Click on the heading furthest down in your study plan to open the panel to the right. Click on the text, not on the arrow. 

Non degre studies plan

6. In the panel which opens to the right, select the module you have a study right to.

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7. In the Human Resources module all courses are mandatory. You don't need to make any more selections in the study plan and can jump to the next step. If you have a study right to the IPL module, click on the name of the module in the study plan, and then select the courses you want to complete from the list that opens. if you have a study right to the SCM&SR module, the mandatory courses will already be selected in the study plan. To select elective courses, click the "Electives for admission" heading.

IPL in the plan

IPL module courses

Everything you add to the study plan is saved automatically. You can view the contents of your study plan also later by going to the Structure of studies page. You need to select the module to your study plan only once, after that it is saved there.

When you have added all the courses you have a right to complete to your study plan you can proceed to register for the teaching. Instructions for registering for teaching can be found here.

1. Go to the My profile page in Sisu and click on your study right. You can find your study right under the heading "Other non-degree education". The study right can be called for example JOO-studies, Joint non-degree studies, or Non-degree studies.

JOO studies

Joint non degree studies

Non degree studies

2. Scroll down to the heading "Study modules you have the right to take", where you can see which module you have a study right to. Memorise, or write down the name of the module.

Commercial law module

Below the module is the heading "Courses you have the right to take". Memorise, or write down the course codes for the listed courses.

ComLaw courses study right

3. If you have had the right to complete other modules at Hanken also earlier, make sure to check the dates for when you have a right to take the module, and write down the name of the module you have a right to take right now.

ComLaw validity period

4. Then, go to the Structure of studies page and click on the New study plan button. If you only have one study right at Hanken the popup window will be filled in automatically. If you have several study rights you need to select which one you want to create the study plan for. Click on "Create a plan".

Create study plan non degree

5. Click on the heading furthest down in your study plan to open the panel to the right. Click on the text, not on the arrow. 

Non degre studies plan

6. In the panel which opens to the right, select the module you have a study right to.

903 panel eng

7. Then, click on the name of the module in the study plan, and then add the courses you have a right to complete via the search field. Make sure to select the exact same course code as the one you have a right to take. The course can for example have the codes 1124, 1124-V or 1124-OPU, but you should only select one - the exact code you have a study right to.

ComLaw in plan

Add course to ComLaw

Everything you add to the study plan is saved automatically. You can view the contents of your study plan also later by going to the Structure of studies page. You need to select the module to your study plan only once, after that it is saved there.

When you have added all the courses you have a right to complete to your study plan you can proceed to register for the teaching. Instructions for registering for teaching can be found here.

As a student within the Corporate Responsibility module, you will have a specific study right at Hanken for the module. It is called either “Non-degree Studies, Study Module in Corporate Responsibility” or “Joint Non-degree Studies, Study Module in Corporate Responsibility”. These instructions will use the Non-degree studies as an example.

Your study right can be found in Sisu on the My profile page under the heading “Other non-degree education”

CR study right

If you have other study rights at Hanken, please follow the specific instructions for them.

Before you can register for teaching, you need to select the courses in your study plan. Select courses in your study plan according to these instructions during your studies at Hanken. You can only select listed courses, but can choose freely among the ones you find in your study plan within the different subjects. If you have selected a course but won’t complete it after all, remove it from your study plan.

Your study plan

Go to the Structure of studies page. Sisu will automatically offer the right study plan for you, connected to your study right. Click on "Create a plan" without changing any selections. In the future you can access your study plan from the same page, Structure of studies.

CR create a plan

Your study plan will have the mandatory course “3893 Introduction to Corporate Responsibility” already placed in the study plan. 

Mandatory CR course

The rest of the offered courses can be found under the heading for each subject.

CR plan headings

Click on the name of a subject to open a panel to the right containing the courses. Clicking on the arrow only expands and hides the selected contents under the heading.

This is an example of courses offered in Marketing. You can select courses freely among the ones listed, but only courses listed under these headings. If a course is listed under the instructional heading “Content from the Academic year 2021-2022” you should only select it if you have already completed it.

Marketing cr contents

You can find the course information by clicking on the blue course code, which opens a popup window.

CR course info

The Information sheet contains the course description, prerequisites, and study material. Please make sure to check that you fulfil the listed prerequisites if there are any.

The Completion methods tab contains information about when the course is given. If there is nothing entered under the tab, it means the course is not offered this year. This course is for example given two times during the academic year 2022-2023.

CR completion methods example

By clicking on the blue link of the teaching, you will be taken further down in the popup, to the information about the teaching.
There you can find the language of instruction, study methods and the responsible teacher.

Information about teaching

The registration period as well as other important information about the registration can be found under Registration.

CR registration info

The teaching times are not visible in Sisu yet. Please check the teaching times in Schema (schema.peppi.hanken.fi).  
When you have acquainted yourself with the courses and want to select them to your study plan, click on the button for the course. This will place the course in your study plan. You can remove courses from your study plan from the same button.

CR selected course

When the course is visible under the heading as in the picture below, it is selected in your study plan. All you selections in the plan are saved automatically.

course in a study plan

When you have added the courses you want to complete, you can proceed to register for the teaching when the registration is open. Instructions for registering for teaching can be found here.

If you are a continuing student within the CR module, please add your completed courses to your study plan as well. Completed courses can be recognised by a wreath next to the course code and name.

CR completed course

 

You can apply for the compilation of a study module in Sisu when you have completed all required courses within the module. Please note that compiled study modules cannot be dismantled, and courses can't be added to the module afterwards. If you are not quite sure if there will be changes in the content of the module, please wait until you submit the application.

Submitting a study module assessment request

You apply for the compilation of a study module in Sisu on the Structure of studies page. Submit the application only after all of the courses are registered as completed in Sisu, ie. when the course has a wreath next to it in the plan. Remove any courses you haven't completed, and don't plan on completing from your study plan before submitting the application.

1. Click the code under the name of the study module in the study plan.

CR module code

2. Click the "Request assessment" button.

Request assessment

Cancelling an assessment request

Cancelling an assessment request is possible as long as the request has not been approved or registered in the Student Services. It is not possible to dismantle a compiled module that has been assessed in Sisu.

1. Go to the My profile page in Sisu and click on the "Applications and requests" tab.

Applications and requests

2. Click on the name of the request for study module assessment.

CR request

3. Click on "Cancel the assessment request".

Cancel request
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