Study choices, career stories, work assignments
A degree from SAMK offers various possibilities. Acquaint yourself with a few of them.
Drew Warwick-Smith first got interested in physiotherapy while working for the Royal Australian Navy. Now he is a part-time lecturer at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences.
In the autumn of 2020, a group of 55 students started their studies at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK) in the new, international Artificial Intelligence education. The group includes students of 15 different nationalities, and almost half of them come from outside the EU. The background of the students is really versatile; there are students straight from school to those changing careers. The share of female students is nearly 30 %, which is a positively large number compared to traditional engineering degree programmes.
Arttu Metsämäki and Ilkka Toivonen, students of Social Services, spent six months in practical training exchange in Vietnam during spring – summer 2020.