The 2020/2021 Erasmus+ application period for Humak’s cultural management degree programme begins on February 5 2020.
Do you study cultural management at an institute of higher education? Are you interested in completing an academic term in Finland? You can now apply for the Erasmus+ programme at Humak University of Applied Sciences!
Humak UAS accepts international cultural management students throughout the academic year. You can apply to study at Humak for the duration of the autumn term (September-December), winter term (January-May), or both.
The cultural management degree programme is is designed to shape students into legitimate professionals in the fields of arts and culture. In addition to management skills, the programme emphasizes social influencing, internationalization, and the development of the necessary skills for working life.
Study at a scenic campus
During the academic year 2020-2021, the international cultural management students will be enrolled at the Korpilahti campus in Jyväskylä, a vibrant student city located in central Finland.
The campus is surrounded by forest areas and sits beside the lake Päijänne, which is the second-largest lake in Finland. There are excellent opportunities for outdoor recreational activities. The bus connection from the campus to the center of Jyväskylä takes approximately 25 minutes.
If you want to read about the experiences of studying in Korpilahti, you can read our news story about international cultural management students published in January.
What is Erasmus?
The Erasmus+ Programme is a European funding programme established in 1987. It offers university students a possibility of studying or doing an internship abroad in another country for a period of at least 2 months and maximum 12 months per cycle of studies.
Higher education students who have completed their first year of studying can apply to the Erasmus+ programme. There is no age limit.
Other studying possibilities at Humak
Besides cultural management, there are also other exchange and study opportunities at Humak UAS. However, please note that cultural management is the only Erasmus+ programme offered during the autumn term 2020.
The application period for the 2020/2021 Erasmus+ programmes in both NGO and Youth Work and Finnish Sign Language will begin during autumn 2020.
Humak University of Applied Sciences is engaged in the development of communities through higher education. Our study programmes are conducted in close cooperation with our research, development, and innovation services. We strive to help our students along their career paths and to support professional partners with their endeavors.
News and further information
- A Semester at Humak — Insights from International Students
- Erasmus+ Application Guide
- Erasmus Student Network (ESN)
- Study in Finland