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.
SAMK and other agencies in Satakunta have been active in developing entrepreneurship education since the late 1990’s. SAMK is introducing now a new Finnish-language Entrepreneur’s Degree Programme
In a joint project of Satakunta University of Applied Sciences and its strategic partner, Namibia University of Science and Technology, resource efficient urban development in developing countries is studied.
SAMK will serve as a host and organizer of an international competition for business students on Rauma Campus in spring 2017. NIBS Case Competition is organized annually in different countries.
NAMURBAN is a research work on urban development using Namibia as a pilot county. It brings Finnish and Namibian partners together to meet the local needs in Namibia as well as research, technology and capacity building. – With this video we want to show, how we transform research results to solutions in Namibia, says project manager Minna Keinänen-Toivola.
Even one new customer in highly competitive sectors is a big deal. Students have been actively learning hands-on international sales work.
York-Antwerp rules on General Average were revised during 2012–2016. Senior Lecturer Peter Sandell from Satakunta University of Applied Sciences was the first Finn to participate in the revision of these rules.