51 students graduated from SAMK in March

Altogether 51 students graduated from SAMK in March. Eight of them graduated with a Master´s degree.

8.4.2022 | By: Inna Saarinen | Photo: Pixabay/Olga1205


Altogether 51 students graduated from SAMK in March. Eight of them graduated with a Master´s degree.

Below are the graduates from English degree programmes. All the graduate information has been published on SAMK news in Finnish. All the graduates have not wanted their name published.

Bachelor´s degrees

Bachelor of Health Care
Adeboye Ayotope
Aitasalo Tero
Chauhan Amrishkumar
Partanen Erica

Master´s degrees

Master of Business Admininistration
Hurmekoski Ilari

You can also get to know the theses. Each thesis includes at least the abstract in English. Some of the theses from degree programmes in Finnish are written in English.

SAMK congratulates all the graduates.

8.4.2022 | By: Inna Saarinen | Photo: Pixabay/Olga1205

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