Current issues for students
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According to a survey organised by the Student Union (OYY), studying under the emergency conditions has presented challenges for most students. Flexibility in arrangements, however, has facilitated studying.
Annual registration for Academic year 2020-2021 will be opened May 2, 2020.
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Uniresta’s food van service – student meals-on-wheels has two different routes and operates five days a week
The van runs a route through Linnanmaa – Syynimaa – Alppila – Toppila on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and another route of Kontinkangas – Peltola – Raksila – Tuira on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Oulu Business School offers Minor Studies in English
Farms around Finland are struggling to get enough workforce in these difficult times due to the pandemic.
Nyyti offers extra chats due to the coronavirus
Students and staff can get necessary book loans from the library during the closure on certain conditions
University of Oulu students need to send an email to email@example.com about which books (maximum of 5 books) are needed and agree on when to pick them up.
If materials remain in the old environment, they can be requested to be returned as a paid service from Webropol:
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During the last weeks, ICT Services of the university have brought into use new servers whic
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If you want to voluntarily repay student financial aid for 2019, you must do this before the end of April 2020. This is one month earlier than in previous years.If overpaid financial aid is not returned in time, it is collected back at 7.5% interest.