To view PSP, select PSP on the top navigation bar.
On the "Overview" page, you can see the current structure and contents of your study plan. The plan is based on the curriculum of your study group (the curriculum you have a study entitlement to).
Study type: select the filter criterion based on whether the course is compulsory, optional or elective
Study status: select the filter criterion based on the status of the course
- Scheduling: select the filter criterion based on scheduling
Open drop-down / close drop-down contents
- The entire study plan: Select open all / close all
- Contents under one module: select the arrow pointing down or to the right. -> the contents of that particular study module open /close.
Click the question mark at the top right corner of the PSP to see the meanings of all the symbols used on the PSP. You can also see them by hovering over the symbol (tooltip).
Compulsory, alternative and elective studies
Indicators that tell if the course is compulsory, optional or elective are presented in the colour box in the left corner of the course row. To find out this status, hover over the coloured box or select the information box.
• Orange: Compulsory
• Light blue: Elective
• Dark blue: Alternative
Indicators of the course's status
An icon on the left-hand side of the course name represents . To find out this status, hover over the box or select the infobox.
• Scheduled in the PSP
• Enrolment ongoing
• Enrolment pending approval
• Enrolment approved
• Enrolment rejected
• Partially completed
• Not grared
Viewing the contents of study modules
Select the study module name -> a popup window opens, which shows the contents of the module.
Close the popup window by selecting esc from your keyboard, click the x or Close button on the popup.
Viewing the contents of a course
Select the course name -> a popup window opens, which shows the contents of the course
Close the popup window by selecting esc from your keyboard, click the x or Close button of the popup.
Credits earned in relation to credits required
- This ratio is visible on the right-hand side of the study module name.
Download a Transcript of Records
You can download your current Transcript of Records from the button “Download Transcript”.
View the number of chosen studies in relation to the credits required.
- The notice bar will show icon when there is an ongoing enrolment to courses included in the PSP
- Here you will see a list of your latest grades.
Send PSP for comments
This functionality belongs to the PSP acceptance process. You may ask for comments about your PSP before you send it for acceptance.
• Select Send for comments.
• Fill out the fields
• Select Send
Send PSP for approval
This functionality belongs to the PSP acceptance process. You may ask the student advisor to accept the changes you have made to your PSP.
Select "Send PSP for approval"
Fill out the fields
Select PSP version
The PSP acceptance creates an archived version of the study plan, which cannot be edited. Immediately after the acceptance, a new draft version is created based on the accepted one, and the student can edit the new version.
- You may choose the draft version from the "Select version of PSP"
Add notes on the course or the study module
Select + / speech bubble icon on the course or the study module. The + icon is visible if the study does not include previous notes. The icon is a speech bubble when it includes some notes already.
Fill out the fields
Select Send -> the message is visible to the student and the student advisor (if the recipient field is empty, only the student sees the message)
Selection of studies
Click the "Selecting studies" tab.
Selecting new studies to PSP
This function does not yet fully work and is currently being fixed.
Click the magnifying glass icon following the study module name -> this opens the "study search" function
Write the study code or name to the search field to find studies -> Select Search
You may narrow down the search by selecting the search criteria on the left-hand side column. To narrow the search results, choose Study type, Education type, "Degree programme", Degree title, Elective or Compulsory.
Browse the courses and modules that appear on the list based on your search criteria.
If you want to know more about some course or module, select the name of the study.
Select the studies you want to add to your study plan by selecting Add to basket at the end of each study.
View the contents of the Search basket by selecting x studies selected link.
Empty the basket by selecting the Empty basket button.
Remove a single study by selecting the x in front of the study name.
Select the studies you want to add to your study plan by selecting "Add selected to PSP".
Comparison of courses
- Select the "Selecting studies" tab
- Select courses for comparison by selecting "Add to comparison".
- A box appears on the right that includes all the courses you have selected. To compare the courses, select "Compare".
- Close the comparison by pressing esc on your keyboard or selecting x at the top right corner of the window.
Removing courses from PSP
Suggest removing a module by changing the greenbox in the right side of the row to a red X .
Your tutor teacher will remove the course from PSP
- You can delete an elective course by clicking the trashcan at the end of the row. If the course has been evaluated, you cannot delete it.
Check the timing of your studies from your Curriculum.
Scheduling a study
Drag the course where you want it in the timeline.
Changing the course scheduling
Drag the course where you want it in the timeline.
Removing a course from the schedule
• Drag the course back to the structure from the timeline.
View scheduled studies
View compulsory courses that haven't been scheduled
Select the clock symbol above the structure segment.
Remove the filter by selecting Show all.
View the schedule on different levels of detail
- Select Academic years / Semesters / Periods.
Include the summer periods in the timeline
- Select Show summer periods.
Moving on the timeline: Roll the mouse wheel to the direction you want to go or grab the scroll bar and move it to the point you want.
Own noticice about absence
This function is currently not in use.
Select the Messages tab
View your messages according to the message type by selecting "PSP tasks" / "PSP approvals" / Notes / "Agreements"
Answering to "PSP tasks"
- Select the PSP task by selecting the subject of the message.
- Fill out the fields.
- Select Send.
Select the Enrolments tab. In this view, you will see all the courses you have enrolled on and the ones you could enrol on according to your study plan. Video (English subtitles available) https://youtu.be/UlXDNIMCzlk (1.31 min) Enroll to courses in Peppi Open peppi.lamk.fi > Course search > Study search You can find all enrolments at the bottom of the page. The icon at the beginning of the row tells the status of the enrolment You can calcel an enrolment when the enrolment has not yet been approved. Cancel the enrolment by clicking "Cancel".
Search the course you want to enroll to. Copy the realization code.
Return to Peppi > My studies > Enroll to courses.
Paste the realization code to Search for courses –box. Enroll.
Check from your schedule that the lectures fit your calendar. LAMK App or lukkarit.lamk.fi
If you are not doing the course, cancel the enrollment during the enrolling time or before the teacher approves enrollments.
Ongoing enrolment period
Canceling an enrolment
Select the Enrolments tab.
In this view, you will see all the courses you have enrolled on and the ones you could enrol on according to your study plan.
Video (English subtitles available) https://youtu.be/UlXDNIMCzlk (1.31 min)
Enroll to courses in Peppi
Open peppi.lamk.fi > Course search > Study search
You can find all enrolments at the bottom of the page. The icon at the beginning of the row tells the status of the enrolment
You can calcel an enrolment when the enrolment has not yet been approved. Cancel the enrolment by clicking "Cancel".
Select the Group description tab
Browse the description of the group and its members (the group's student advisor may edit this information)