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We train international business professionals. Internationality is solidly embedded within all activities, and it was officially recognised by being awarded an international accreditation. We especially excelled in peer tutoring and having included internationalisation opportunities in the curricula.
The group of an engineer student at SAMK, Vaklin Angelov, came second at a competition by SeaFocus, where the students look for solutions for real problems of real companies. The international team searched for a solution for the Arctech case at Helsinki dock: “Improved Information and Material Handling in Shipbuilding Through IoT”.
SAMK will establish a research centre Robocoast, R&D Center, in the Pori campus. The Regional Council of Satakunta has granted SAMK more than a million euros project money, to establish a research and product development centre for automation, robotics and artificial intelligence.
The world of work is changing. We need new skills and competencies to meet the requirements that face us in the future. The role of Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) is essential in overcoming these challenges. The UASnet conference in Pori discuss the challenges of learning and innovation within higher education.
The new curriculum (33 ECTS credits) supports development of the Central Baltic Area as a common tourism destination.
The authorities and researches have been working for years to recover the Baltic Sea. The regional levels must also be activated to practical operation. The toolkit for the best practices will be opened on 23 May 2018 in the WATERCHAIN seminar in Tallinn. You can participate in the seminar also online. Register yourself!