Universities of applied sciences have approved a joint programme for sustainable development and responsibility based on the Sustainable Development Goals that the UN accepted in 2015. The goal of the programme is a sustainable, responsible and carbon-neutral university of applied sciences by 2030.
This is the internal bulletin SAMK has published for its students and employees considering the new coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
The Act on healthcare for students in higher education will take effect on 1 January 2021.
Altogether 43 students graduated from SAMK in October. Nine of them graduated with a Master´s degree.
Important information related to studies at SAMK due to exceptional circumstances caused by coronavirus. Updated 10 August 2020.
Finland’s coronavirus situation is rapidly deteriorating, and there are also chains of infection among students at universities of applied sciences. This has led to an increase in distance learning and even to the closure of campuses in different parts of Finland.
Altogether 45 students graduated from SAMK in September. 7 of them graduated with a Master´s degree.
SAMK is one of the seven Finnish higher education institutions participating in Study in Europe Fair on 26 September 2020. The fair, which is organized for the first time as an online event, will have participants from 140 higher education establishments in 20 European countries.
Students studying in the Degree Programme in International Business share their experiences about SAMK and Finland.
The most exciting technology event in the autumn, the RoboAI week, has been decided to be organized completely online due to a worsened coronavirus situation.