The Degree Programme in International Business on SAMK Rauma Campus celebrated it's jubilee year with 20 years of tuition in English.
In the Baltic Sea Tourism Forum, the tourism experts from eight countries around the Baltic Sea discussed about the relevant skillset and knowledge needed for the Baltic Sea Region to grow as a common tourism destination.
The Degree Programme in International Business on SAMK Rauma Campus has a jubilee year with 20 years of tuition in English. Senior lecturers Daniela Tanhua and Marina Wikman have been involved in the programme from the beginning and they are proud of the results.
SAMK maritime dynamic positioning training has been accredited again. This allows us to train personnel to maintain given position or to control vessel moves using DP- system on offshore worksites where water depths are unreachable for anchors.
Kukkonen’s work, A Portrait of a Mountain, was completed during her residence in Portugal and it is closely connected with the place, where it was made. The text below gives more details of the work and about Kukkonen as an artist.
– I first came to Finland in January 2014, during the darkest time of the year. I was expecting cold weather and snow, but it was dark and rainy. I had high expectations of Finland, and it still lived up to it.
Ilona Tala is hooked on metal and sculpturing. A bear is the king of the Finnish forests and she chose it to celebrate Finland’s 100 years of independence, because the bear is an important and mystical animal for the Finnish people.
Protecting the Baltic Sea requires actions on both land and sea area. Along with rainwater and runoff water from arable land, phosphorus flows into waterbody and causes eutrophication in the Baltic Sea. One method to prevent phosphorus from flowing into waterbody, is to build affordable small-scale filters in ditches by arable land.
The panel was impressed by Lehtonen’s growth into entrepreneurship, his passion and the regional and national image effect of the enterprise.
The abstract, fleshy masses in Laura Pietiläinen’s works describe all churning emotions and leave room for interpretations. The fascinating work of this feature is shown in the first exhibition of SAMK’s new campus in Pori in autumn 2017.