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You can access your profile on the navigation pane by clicking My profile.
My profile contains the following tabs:
The Study rights tab contains the sections: Basic information, Progress, Attendance, Education path and Other confirmed selections related to the study right.
Basic information has the following fields. Most of the fields are visible once you click text Show details.
Progress will give you information on your completed degrees once Sisu has been implemented as the master data system. NOTE: For the time being, everyone will see the text “No completed degrees” since the information here depicts only degrees compiled in Sisu. Currently, the degrees are compiled in Oodi.
Attendance depicts your annual registrations. In Sisu, the following academic year shows early on, as the information is needed for the annual enrolment in OILI.
Education path depicts your study right. If you have a two-level degree (pursuing both a bachelor's and a master’s degree), you will see information on your bachelor's degree programme and major on the left and information on the available master's programmes on the right. If you have a one-level degree, you will see either your master's programme or your doctoral programme on the left. Completed degrees are depicted as symbols, which are described below the structure. Learning opportunity depicts your study option.
Other confirmed selections related to the study right will contain minors confirmed to your study right.
The courses in which you are registered can be seen here.
Completed credits are listed in this order: Completed modules, Completed courses, Partially completed courses.
Note: Sisu contains only some partially completed courses.
You can switch the view between Passed credits and Failed and expired credits by clicking the down arrow.
You can complete applications and get decisions through Sisu. All applications that you make in Sisu and their decisions are listed here.
This information is also available in the Messages section.
Note: The free edit mode and the Content approval application form applies only to personal study plans (HOPS) completed in accordance with a valid right to study.
The list on the Groups page shows all the groups you belong to.
Target groups are used as criteria to rank students who have registered for courses of limited size (not yet in use). Tutoring groups are used for study guidance purposes.
Under Payments you will find the student union's fee paid with term registration, and other possible membership fees for student associations if you've paid the fee alongside the student union's fee.
Personal information is divided into four sections: Personal information, Contact information, Disclosure of information and Restriction of personal data. In the section Personal information you can see e.g. your name and language information.
You can update your contact information and selections for disclosure of information by clicking the Edit-button. If some other information needs to be updated, please contact the student services.