I am a junior assistant librarian in a private university of Bangladesh for last 4 years.You know now a days the concept of library has been changed.I want to…

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24.8.2015

I am a junior assistant librarian in a private university of Bangladesh for last 4 years.You know now a days the concept of library has been changed.I want to learn more about this subject.I have no IELTS score but i am working in English environment.Can i get any chance to study in Finland?

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3.9.2015
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3.9.2015

You find information on studying information and library sciences on our Library.fi portal under site Library Branch http://www.libraries.fi/en-GB/library_branch/studies/. Information and library sciences can be studied in three universities in Finland, University of Tampere, University of Oulu and Turku Swedish University Åbo Akademi. For example University of Tampere offers Master´s degree programmes in different subjects even in English http://www.uta.fi/sis/en/studies/degrees.html

Polytechnic level studies qualify as well for working as a librarian with Bachelor´s level degree. A polytechnic/UAS Bachelor's degree gives you the general eligibility to apply for Master's level studies in Finland, but it may not automatically fulfill the programme-specific entry requirements. See also Eligibility criteria for higher education on Studying in Finland website http://www.studyinfinland.fi/how_to_apply/eligibility_criteria . See also http://www.mastersportal.eu/study-options/268583020/informatics-informa…

Your eligibility is always assessed by the Finnish higher education institution you are applying to, so for detailed information on the admission requirements of each programme it is best to consult the website of the institution you're planning to apply to. If you have doubts about your eligibility, you can contact the admissions office of the institution offering the degree programme.

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