Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences

Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences (KTUAS) is a Finnish University of applied sciences located in Kemi and Tornio. It was founded in 1992 as Kemi-Tornio Polytechnic, a merger of several institutes of higher vocational education in the Kemi-Tornio region of Finland.

Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences works in two neighbouring towns: Kemi and Tornio. There are altogether 2600 degree students, about 10% of which are foreign students coming mainly from Asia, Russia and Africa. KTUAS provides higher professional education for young and adults leading to Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. KTUAS has a variety of 18 degree programmes, in five of which the language of tuition and studying is English.

Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences has won international recognition for its eLearning programmes.

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