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Exchange Studies: Information and Communications Technology (Bachelor level)


Teaching languages

  • English


Choose 0 - 60 cr


Min. one (1) year of studies completed at the home institution. Student's study background must be compatible with this Exchange Study Programme.


Exchange students are recommended to complete approx. 5 ECTS per exchange month (totalling 30 ECTS per semester).

Students applying to this Exchange Study Programme should choose courses to their study plan mainly from this course offering. In addition to the professional studies, students can complement their studies by choosing language and communication courses (see Exchange Studies: Languages and Communication offering for all Exchange Students)

If students find courses suitable for their study background also in other Exchange Study Programmes at Jamk, they may propose 1-2 courses per semester in their study plan. However, enrolment for these is not guaranteed.

Further Information

- Autumn semester: from the end of August towards the end of December
- Spring semester: from the beginning of January towards mid-May

Course Enrolment:
Course enrolments and possible changes to the study plan are made after arriving at Jamk. Each course has a limited number of places for exchange students and thus, some students may not get into their preferred courses and have to change their course choices and enrolment after arrival.

Tailor-made study packages outside of exchange programmes:
There might be some separately agreed and tailored study packages for certain student groups (usually fees apply). In case of the package courses in this Exchange Study Programme, the regular exchange student nomination/application process and support services do not apply. The receiving programme at Jamk shall co-ordinate the package from beginning to end. Please contact the study package liaison for further information.


Courses in this Exchange Study Programme are designated for Incoming Exchange Students studying ICT or a related study field at their home institution. An exchange agreement with Jamk and the home institution including ICT as a study field is required. Students should contact their home institution’s International Office/Services to find out if a co-operation agreement exists.

The courses are part of our curriculum for degree students and are taught in English. Studies are full-time and include both contact lessons, online work, independent studying and/or group work. There is no specific exam period; exams usually take place at the end of each course.

One ECTS credit is equivalent to about 27 hours of student work.

Practical training placements via this programme can be enquired (placement not guaranteed).