Degree Programme

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Kemi-Tornio University Of Applied Sciences - The Fields of Study - International Bachelor’s Degree Programmes
... Degree Programme in Business Management Degree Programme in Business Information Technology Degree Programme in Social Services Degree Programme in Nursing ...
University Of Ostrava - Faculties and Departments - Faculty of Arts - Department of Philosophy
... of Philosophy provides teaching in the following fields Philosophy, a three-year Bachelor degree programme of Philosophy, for on-site (full-time) students and in ...
Max Planck Institute Of Quantum Optics - Degree Programme
... programmes, namely the "International Max-Planck Research School (IMPRS) on Advanced Photon Science" and the "International PhD Programme of Excellence on ...
Seinäjoki University Of Applied Sciences - Education
... Seinäjoki UAS has 21 Bachelor and 7 Master degree programmes ... Three degree programmes are totally taught in English Degree programme in International Business (BBA), Master's Degree programme in International Business Management (MBA) and Degree programme in ... Also double degree programmes are available in the fields of technology and business ...
Satakunta University Of Applied Sciences - FACULTIES
... The faculty offers Bachelor’s degrees in Physiotherapy, Human Ageing and Elderly Services, Fine Arts, Rehabilitation Counselling and Planning and Social Services, as well as Master’s degrees in ... The Bachelor-level degree programme in Physiotherapy, leading to the Bachelor of Health Care degree, is offered in both Finnish and English ... The faculty offers Bachelor’s degrees in Nursing and Public Health Nursing, as well as Master’s degrees in Health Promotion and Welfare Technology ...

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