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FAQs for applicants to English-language courses

An apprenticeship refers to learning that takes place in the workplace, either as an employee or as an entrepreneur, and can be supplemented by developing skills in other learning environments (such as face-to-face, remote, and online studies). The workplace must be located in Finland, and it must be secured before you can apply for the studies.

The studies are conducted in Finland, both at the workplace, online, and at school.

Studies can take place both at the school and online, depending on the training program.

The language proficiency test is always conducted at the beginning of the application process in Finland, in Mikkeli, and cannot be taken online.

Once you have a workplace for your studies, you can apply for apprenticeship training through our website, by selecting the training card for each respective course.

The student must themselves find a job in the field before starting their studies.

The student is responsible for obtaining a residence permit before the start of school. More information on this matter can be found on the Finnish Immigration Service’s website.

The education itself is free of charge; however, depending on the specific course, students may need to acquire tools or permits that could incur costs.

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