Sibelius Academy’s admissions results, spring 2022

You can also inquire about the results by e-mail at siba.admissions@uniarts.fi. Admissions results are published on 8 April & 3 June 2022. Each programme has announced their publication day for admissions results in the admissions guide.

Feedback on the entrance examinations

You have the opportunity to receive feedback on your entrance examination performance. Feedback is intended to guide you to further improve your performance and help you identify areas for development.

University admissions

Based on the applications and the results of the entrance examinations 2022, the Dean of Sibelius Academy has decided that the following applicants are admitted as students to the Sibelius Academy of Uniarts Helsinki:

Arts Management, Society and Creative Entrepreneurship

Arts Management, Society and Creative Entrepreneurship 2-year education (general selection group)

Helenius Anders Tom Axel
Jääskeläinen Eero Elmeri
Koskinen Kara Erika
Milutinovic Lora
Mustonen Laura Annika
Saarelainen Anna Julia
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Yu Haiyun
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On the waiting list:

  1. Tucker Arlene
  2. Boullenger Lenita Andrea
  3. Hildén Henrika Anna
  4. Tyagi Varun

Arts Management, Society and Creative Entrepreneurship 2-year education (open university selection group)

Heinilä Jemi Joonatan
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On the waiting list:

  1. Lahtinen Jenny Maria Josefina

Global Music

Global Music 2.5-year education

Alsadi Richard
Castaneda Lozano Nicolas
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On the waiting list:

  1. González Palma Osvaldo Antonio
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  3. Boughton Devina Palmrose Resnick
  4. Reefman Mariette Katrina Andette
  5. Groves Rachel Hannah

Classical Music Performance, instrument

Woodwind instrument (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone) 5.5-year education

Ceprova Elina (flute)
Kliushina Anna (oboe)
Lambert Szilvia (clarinet) – conditional acceptance
Lankinen Sonja Eerika (clarinet)
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Rull Susanne (flute) – conditional acceptance
Scott Cliodhna Hope (flute)
Ünal Hüma Beyza (bassoon) – conditional acceptance
Yiu Erdocia Carlos Kai Shing (oboe) – conditional acceptance
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On the waiting list:

  1. Pryganov Nikolai (clarinet) – conditional acceptance
  2. Varanauskaite Ugne (clarinet)

Woodwind instrument (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone) 2.5-year education

Anthopoulos Andreas (bassoon) – conditional acceptance
Campinho Fernandes Diogo (saxophone)
Flores i Mula Miquel (saxophone) – conditional acceptance
Martín Mora Ángel (clarinet) – conditional acceptance
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On the waiting list:

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  2. Aragon Espiñeira Sara (oboe) – conditional acceptance
  3. Mayorga Rodrigo Alba (clarinet)
  4. Meden Lan (saxophone) – conditional acceptance
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  6. Moruzzi Joseph (saxophone) – conditional acceptance

Jazz and NOMAZZ

Jazz (instrument or vocal studies) 2.5-year education

no new students

Jazz (composition) 2.5-year education

no new students

Nordic Master in Jazz (NOMAZZ) 2.5-year education

no new students

Information on conditional acceptance

According to Sibelius Academy’s admissions requirements 2022, all applicants applying for a bachelor’s and master’s degree or only a bachelor’s or master’s degree at Sibelius Academy are required to have an educational background and language skills relevant to the degree programme in question.

If you complete one of the degrees mentioned below only after the application period ends, the decision on your admittance is conditional. In this case, you must submit a copy of your degree certificate to the Sibelius Academy after you graduate, but no later than 15 July 2022 at 3pm (Finnish time). Sibelius Academy may, at its discretion, also accept a temporary certificate issued by the educational institution if it indicates that the applicant has completed all studies required for the degree and will receive the degree certificate later.

If you demonstrate your language skills with studies that you complete after the application period, your admittance will be conditional with respect to language skills. Applicants demonstrating their language proficiency based on their studies have the opportunity to submit the required certificate demonstrating their proficiency no later than 15 July 2022 at 3pm (Finnish time). In this case, you must submit an acceptable certificate of your language skills to the Sibelius Academy as soon as possible, but at latest by the above mentioned deadline.

A conditionally accepted applicant who fails to produce the required documents before the deadline will lose their conditional study place in the Sibelius Academy.

To be eligible to study for a combined Bachelor and Master of Music degree (3 + 2.5 years) at the Sibelius Academy you need to have completed at least one of the following:

  • The Finnish Matriculation Examination
  • An International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma
  • A European Baccalaureate (EB) diploma at a European School
  • A Reifeprüfung or Deutsches Internationales Abitur (RP / DIA) diploma
  • A vocational upper secondary qualification, a further vocational qualification, or a specialist vocational qualification defined under the Act on Vocational Education and Training
  • A foreign degree or qualification that makes you eligible for corresponding higher education in the awarding country
  • A Cambridge Advanced International Certificate (AICE)
  • A degree at a Finnish higher education institution or a degree abroad corresponding to at least a bachelor’s degree.
  • In addition, a person who has been granted the right to study in a university in Finland is eligible to apply.

To be eligible to study for a Master of Music degree (2.5 years) at the Sibelius Academy you need to have completed at least one of the following:

  • A lower university degree in music (Bachelor)
  • A university of applied sciences degree in music
  • A foreign degree or qualification in music that makes you eligible for corresponding higher education in the awarding country
  • At least a lower university or university of applied sciences degree in another field and, additionally, university-level music studies, which serve as proof of sufficient skills and knowledge for a master’s degree in music.

Any exceptions to the previous qualifications requirement given above will be detailed in the admissions criteria for each degree programme.

To be eligible to study for a Master of Arts degree (2.0 years) at the Sibelius Academy you need to have completed at least one of the following:

  • an applicable lower university degree
  • an applicable university of applied sciences degree
  • an applicable foreign degree that provides eligibility for corresponding higher education studies in the awarding country.

How to confirm your study place

You need to accept the study place no later than 15 July 2022 at 3pm (Finnish time) or you will lose your place (Universities Act 38 § / Polytechnics Act 28 c).

Accepting a study place is a binding choice, and you cannot cancel or change your choice later. When you accept a study place bindingly, all your other study programmes will automatically be cancelled. You may accept only one study place leading to a higher education degree in Finland that begins in the same academic term (1 August – 31 December).

The study place is accepted electronically in the Studyinfo portal. If you have been accepted to a study programme, you will receive an e-mail with a confirmation link (sender noreply@opintopolku.fi). Click the given link and confirm your study place. If you cannot accept your study place electronically, please use the paper form sent to you together with your acceptance letter and deliver it by e-mail to hakijapalvelut@uniarts.fi.

Request for rectification

If you are dissatisfied with the admissions decision, you can request for rectification of the Dean’s admission decision from Uniarts Helsinki under the Universities Act (558/2009), section 82. The purpose of a written request for rectification is to give you the possibility to appeal and request for rectification if there is a reason to believe that there has been an error in the decision-making process. The rectification procedure is not intended as a means for receiving feedback or asking for further information about the admissions process.

A written request for rectification should be submitted to the university within 14 days of the publication of the admission result.