The mission of Digitaaliset kärkijoukot project organized by Continuing Education has been to jointly develop pedagogical capacities for online tutoring and teaching and to create new nonstop courses. The experience has been positive.
Altogether 249 students graduated from SAMK in December. 46 of them graduated with a Master´s degree. SAMK congratulates all the graduates.
The application period to the degree programmes taught in English at SAMK is now open and ends on 15 February 2023. There are in total eight different Bachelor´s degree programmes and three Master´s degree programmes available.
The University of Vaasa and SAMK have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a professorship and a Master's programme in energy-related robotics applications. The professorship will strengthen cooperation between Ostrobothnia and Satakunta in research on the green transition and robotics, as well as in the development of the battery cluster. Ulla Tuominen Foundation and Eurajoen Säästöpankkisäätiö (the Foundation of Eurajoki Savings Bank) contribute to the cooperation.
Altogether 56 students graduated from SAMK in November. 15 of them graduated with a Master´s degree.
SAMK celebrated the OpenSAMK event at Pori, Rauma and Kankaanpää campuses. The visitors had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with degrees on offer at SAMK and get answers to mind-boggling questions about different fields and studies.
Altogether 35 students graduated from SAMK in October. Six of them graduated with a Master´s degree. SAMK congratulates all the graduates.
In September 2022 a social science thesis investigating university students’ experiences on dating violence was completed. The purpose of the research was to gather information on the subject and to improve accessibility.
SAMK EduTravel enables students to gain practical work experience and networks, while students enable EduTravel to run its activities.
Path studies are open UAS studies the idea of which is to offer a chance to become a degree student after completing a set entity of studies. For whom are they meant and how can one apply for them?