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President of SAMK tells why you should come to Finland to study

SAMK's President and rector Jari Multisilta tells about the reasons why you should study at SAMK.

3.12.2018 | By: Elina Valkama

Jari Multisilta tells that in Finland we have very high quality of life. Finland is also very clean and green country. Satakunta is a coastal area with lovely harbors and friendly small cities. In the video you can hear more about Finland, Satakunta area and Satakunta University of Applied Sciences. You can also see beautiful landscapes.

3.12.2018 | By: Elina Valkama

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