General admission requirements.
A student has an opportunity to make earlier learning visible and get a decision on the recognition of these competences. For further information look at the general instructions of the recognition of prior learning.
Look at the degree regulations of Helsinki Metropolia University of applied sciences.
Look at the general description of the programme: http://www.metropolia.fi
Key learning outcomes are specified in the programme study plan.
As an expert in emergency care carried out outside the hospital, a Paramedic is able to treat patients with acute cases of illness and requiring emergency care. After graduation they can work in out of hospital emergency care or acute, perioperative, and -intensive care departments.
Access to Master’s Degree studies at university of applied sciences or university. Access to specialisation studies.
Course structure diagram is specified in the programme study plan.
A student is required to successfully complete the designated program of courses.
The student has gained such oral and written skills in the obligatory language required by the degree programme that are necessary for practicing the profession and for further professional development (Decree 352/2003, 8 §). The student has acquired the oral and written language skills in Swedish required of state officials functioning in a position requiring a higher education in a bilingual office according to the Act (424/2003, 6 §) with a grade of satisfactory /good on the scale of good/satisfactory applied in public administration.
The student has received school education in the Finnish language, completed the maturity test included in the final project in the Finnish language.
The degree fulfills the criteria laid down in the Act (559/1994 and 1200/2007) and the Decree (564/1994) on Health Care Professionals and in the Council Directives 89/594/EEC, 89/595/EEC, in the European Parliament and the Council Directives 2005/36/EC, Article 31 (including the Council Directives 89/48/EEC, 77/452/EEC, 77/453/EEC) and 2001/19/EC.
The degree falls under the Article 11 of the Directive 2013/55/EC of the European Parliament.
100 ECTS credits of practical training are included in the curriculum.
Youth education 240 credits: full-time, mainly contact teaching.
Continuing higher education 240 credits: part-time contact teaching.
Bachelor's Degree (First Cycle)