A student who has failed to enrol for attendance or non-attendance for the academic year in the manner determined by the Lapland UAS, or a student who has failed to pay the annual tuition fee in the manner determined by the Lapland UAS, will forfeit their right to study. A student may apply for the re-establishment of their right to study without participating in student admission (section 32 of the Act 932/2014).
When the right to study is granted, the semesters used are taken into account. The right to study may be granted if the student’s right-to-study-period has not yet expired. Semesters during which the student had no right to study are considered semesters of non-attendance. If the student has used all semesters of non-attendance, non-attendance arising from resignation or the failure to enrol will be deducted from the right-to-study period.
The student must pay a processing fee of EUR 50 when the application is registered (section 3 of the Decree 1440/2014).
The application for the re-establishment of the right to study must be submitted in the E-form service. To enter the form page, you must identify yourself with a bank ID, a mobile certificate or a personal identity card equipped with a chip. After you have saved the information, you are taken to the Paytrail service for the payment of the processing fee. If you are unable to use Finnish identification, please contact the Student Affairs Office at email@example.com. The decision on your application will be sent to the email address given on the application.
Click here to apply for the re-establishment of your right to study.