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Application period to vocational teacher education 2 Jan to 23 Jan. Check available study options

 

The first joint application of 2020 has ended.

Remember to deliver the required attachments and preliminary assignments on time. 

The attachments need to be completely uploaded to the application form, and the application form needs to be saved before the deadline. 

You can find information on how to submit the attachments on the application form. For additional information, please contact the admissions services of the university or UAS you are applying to. 

Humanities and Arts

With a qualification in the field of Humanities and Arts you can attain competences needed in work concerning crafts and design, visual arts, information services (libraries), theatre, dance, music and circus arts. The field of Humanities and Arts provides products, services and experiences for people of all ages.

Where to work and what to do? 

Major employers in the field are small and medium sized companies, subcontracting employers, trade and guiding organisations in the field. You can also work as a freelancer; working for multiple employers in short-term employment relationships.

You can field either in production, design, sales, marketing or maintenance, depending on your competencies. The field is developing rapidly, producing new work opportunities and fields of work.

As a professional in the field of Humanities and Arts you will be working in co-operation with experts from other fields. You will co-operate within fields such as media, business, tourism and welfare.

Requirements: The field is especially suitable for creative and enterprising people. To succeed in the field, you will need aesthetic, visual and cultural competencies. Useful skills include an entrepreneurial mindset and manual skills for creating products.

Admission: You can apply to basic vocational education either in the spring joint application or in the flexible admission throughout the year. You can apply to all vocational qualifications via the flexible admission.