SAMK has reformed its strategy – Increases significantly student intake

The duty of university of applied sciences is to produce competence for the region in the form of experts and studied data.

27.5.2020 | By: Jani Wahlman | Photo: Tussitaikurit

#SAMK2030 Strategy.

In future years, SAMK will significantly increase the number of degrees, the number of international students as well as the intake for continuous education.

The companies in the region employ SAMK graduates in expert duties. In addition, the research conducted at SAMK supports the enterprises in the region by e.g. services and product development.  Our vision is still that all of our students will be employed.

-  The outcome of the strategy process is inspiring. I believe that with this strategy we will serve the region, companies and organizations in the best possible way, says Jari Multisilta, the President and Managing Director of SAMK.

The strategy was completed as a result of comprehensive cooperation and the staff and students alike have influenced its preparation at many different stages.

- During the strategy process, a lot of constructive feedback was received from the staff, students and stakeholders. I want to express my warmest thanks to everyone involved. The strategy approved by the Board in February and the measures worked on at internal RoadShow events will now guide SAMK for the following four years, Multisilta tells us.

The official hashtag of the strategy on social media is #SAMK2030.

Get to know the strategy, our focus areas, our cross-cutting strengths, our emerging areas and strategic goals more in detail - please see the strategy page.

27.5.2020 | By: Jani Wahlman | Photo: Tussitaikurit

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