Master’s degree students create a lifelong international network alongside their studies Listen Degree Programme coordinator Kati Antola sees that Master's students are...
– There was talk that Jaakko had again been studying in Finland for 2 - 5 days and then came back to the office in Norway to start testing new theories in practice, he says with a twinkle in his eye.
Amazing competence of the student teams in recognising the most essential challenges, and the professionality in providing solutions, was a true surprise to judges first time in this competition.
Carleton University from Ottawa, Canada won the week-long business case competition organized by Network of International Business Schools with Concordia University from Montreal on the 2nd place. Satakunta University of Applied Sciences Rauma Campus hosted the competition 2017.
SAMK organizes an international Business Week Listen Satakunta University of Applied Sciences organizes an international Business Week in Pori on March 6th -...
Teams from 16 schools in 9 countries are tackling international business problems and presenting their recommendations to expert panels of managers and academics at SAMK-campus Rauma.
Marina Wikman and Anssi Pajala are in charge of taking care of the NIBS Case Competition at SAMK. They do it because they find it both challenging and fun. Who are they and why do they enjoy working internationally with students?
SAMK's students Anu Aalto ja Vu Do run the NIBS Case Competition office. They are there to make sure everything works as planned and information is given promptly. In this article they introduce themselves.
'Curiosity didn’t kill the cat – Complacency did' is the title of Joonas Villanen's article in our alumni blog. What does marketing and learning have in common? Read the blog.
SAMK Campus Rauma will host an international business case competition at the end of February. The preparations are well under way: cases are being selected, the competition office has been set up, the hotel has been agreed on, and social activities are being planned. Judges are sought for, and the qualifying round is on.