You can take selected admissions tests for Cambridge and Oxford universities, as well as workplace admissions tests, right here in Helsinki! In addition to being an entry requirement, an admissions test gives you the chance to show your potential to succeed.
Depending on your chosen institution and course, you may need to take an admissions test as part of your application. Some joint degree courses require you to take two tests.
The assessments support selection and help to enable fair access to higher education and the workplace, measuring applicants’ potential for success. Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing is a part of the University of Cambridge.
Click here to learn more about the Cambridge admission testing and here to learn more about the tests available.
Admissions Testing October 2023: test session overview+–
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION DATES
1 September – Registration opens. (Bookings through Finnbrit will be open before this date, but 1 September is the earliest you will receive a confirmation of your place at the test. Please check back in July to book.)
14 September – Deadline to apply for modified papers (e.g. enlarged print).
28 September – Deadline for submitting your entry to Finnbrit. Deadline to apply for Access Arrangements (e.g. extra time). Deadline to apply for reimbursement of registration fees.
Please note, late entries will not be accepted.
BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT)
Test of Mathematics for University Admission (TMUA)
Engineering Admissions Assessment (ENGAA)
Natural Sciences Admissions Assessment (NSAA)
Thinking Skills Assessment Section 1 (TSA S1)
Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA)
All tests start at 11:00 am local time.
All tests will be paper-based. Candidates will need to register and take the test at a centre.
If the test you want to take is not listed on this page, please click here to read the Admissions Testing information page for test takers.
Admissions Testing – all other tests
Depending on your chosen institution and course, you may need to take an admissions test as part of your application (some joint degree courses require…