The pre-task is a compulsory part of the application process. The pre-task must be uploaded in the online application form no later than 27 January 2021 at 3 pm Finnish time.
The pre-task for the Master degree programme in Photography consists of
- Your CV together with a Personal Statement. (Submitted as PDF document to studyinfo.fi)
- Portfolio of recent and relevant work. (Submitted either as a PDF document or as a web-link on your CV)
- A Written Study Proposal. (Submitted as PDF document to studyinfo.fi)
Deadline for uploading the pre-task in the online application form is 27 January 2021 at 3 pm Finnish time. Upload your CV, portfolio and study proposal as separate PDF documents. Name the files in the following form: last name_CV.pdf and last name_portfolio.pdf and last name_study proposal.pdf
All parts of the pre-task must be uploaded within the given deadline. Pre-tasks uploaded after the deadline will not be considered. Only applicants with an approved pre-task will be invited to the e-interview.
The entrance examination will be held in form of an e-interview during 1-5 March 2021. The exact time will be included in your personal invitation e-mail. Only eligible applicants with an approved pre-task will be invited to the e-interview.
If you do not participate in the e-interview you cannot be admitted. The pre-task and e-interview can give you a maximum of 100 points in total. You must obtain at least 50/100 points to be considered for admission. The different parts of the entrance examination process are scored in accordance with the following:
- CV and personal statement: 0-20 points
- Portfolio: 0-20 points
- Written study proposal: 0-20 points
- Interview: 0-40 points
All parts of the pre-task and the e-interview must be successfully completed in order for you to be considered for admission. Note: English language is used throughout the entrance examination process.
In cases of equal admission scores, applicants will be ranked on the following grounds:
- e-interview and/or pre-task
If these criteria fail to produce a difference between tied applicants, a university of applied sciences may choose to admit all or none of the equally ranked applicants, or the applicants will be automatically ranked by lots drawn by a computer system.