SAMK’s President and Rector Juha Kämäri tells about the reasons why you should study at SAMK.
Four students were the first to graduate from SAMK with a Master´s Degree in Elderly Care in December 2016. Elderly care needs to be developed in regard to everyday matters, and the four graduates are professionals in this area.
Many areas in the employment market are very international, e.g. seafaring. All the fields are becoming more and more international. Studying in English in a high quality educational institution prepares you well for international tasks.
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.
Centralized application for degree programmes in English starting in autumn 2017 is from 10 to 25 January 2017.
Yannai Barak wanted to be physiotherapist. There would have been many opportunities to study in his home country Israel, so how he ended up studying in SAMK? What does he write about the other big choices in his life?
Physiotherapy student Itzel Butron came from Mexico to study in Pori Listen Itzel Butron says that culture is totally different, but it's...
Nursing studies in English start at SAMK Listen The Degree Programme in Nursing will prepare you for a valued profession, in which...
'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.
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?