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!
It is worth putting an effort on the traineeship that is a part of University of Applied Sciences (UAS) studies as it may be a pathway to finding a job. This is how things worked out for Miina Portti, who graduated from SAMK as a Bachelor of Hospitality Services in spring 2016.
– The Bachelors of Hospitality Management who graduate from SAMK have a wide understanding of the systems and basic structures of the field. Also fellow students and the teachers remain as positive memories, tells Miikka Valo who works with international congresses and events for Visit Espoo.
The last week of April 22.4.-27.4. SAMK campus in Pori organizes four international education related events. There will be approximately 150 people taking part in the events of tourism, nursing, elderly care and Swedish teaching.
SAMK is strongly involved in developing business in the Baltic Sea region. Networks and understanding of foreign partners are a competence base which we want to share with the students and other interest groups.
Statista provides students with useful statistics and infographics Listen SAMK Library has subscribed to Statista – one of the world’s most successful...
The demand for natural, healthy and ecological products and services is growing fast. An international project, lead by SAMK, provides a curriculum and a training programme of green micro entrepreneurship and business development in the Central Baltic area.
Third year business student Pinja Nummela, 22, studied in Northern Spain in the city of San Sebastian for the spring term in 2017.