Course Calendars

UO Academic Calendar

 

From September 2017 onwards all UO students have to create their personal electronic course calendars for study periods 1...4 of academic year. WCE staff does not provide it to you. The smart phone application is called TUUDO, which tells you when and where lectures and exercises are given for each day of week. Start your personal study calendar creation from here. Your student tutor (Kummi) can advice you how to do it.

In order to create your TUUDO calendar you have take a look at your curriculumn and course timeline of your WCE study group given at the beginning of your studies during WCE orientation event.

Second year WCE students can create their TUUDO course calendar based on their personal study plan (OodiPSP) accepted by WCE academic coordinator.
 

 

OLD COURSE CALENDARS CREATED BY PREVIOUS LUKKARI SYSTEM

First year spring 2017 (includes 900017Y Survival Finnish language courses as an elective course):

1st year spring 2017 weeks 2-5 (9.1.-3.2.2017) calendar for WCE 2016-18 group

1st year spring 2017 weeks 6-9 (6.2.-3.3.2017) calendar for WCE 2016-18 group

1st year spring 2017 weeks 10-13 (6.3.-31.3.2017) calendar for WCE 2016-18 group

1st year spring 2017 weeks 14-17 (2.4.-28.4.2017) calendar for WCE 2016-18 group

1st year spring 2017 weeks 18-21 (2.5.-26.5.2017) calendar for WCE 2016-18 group

 

First year autumn 2016 (includes only 2 Finnish language courses as electives; note several possible groups available for each Finnish course):

1st year WCE 2016-2018 group autumn 1. period schedule for weeks 35-42 (29.8.-21.10.2016)

1st year WCE 2016-2018 group autumn 2. period schedule for weeks 43-51 (24.10.-23.12.2016)

 

Second year autumn 2016 (includes only 3 Finnish language courses as electives; note several possible groups available for each Finnish course):

2nd year WCE 2015-2017 group autumn 1. period schedule for weeks 35-42 (29.8.-21.10.2016)

2nd year WCE 2015-2017 group autumn 2. period schedule for weeks 43-51 (24.10.-23.12.2016)

Last updated: 17.8.2017