Youragent.fi connects organisations in the region with international experts

SAMK has more than 500 international students from 76 countries and the number is growing every year. They study at the Pori and Rauma campuses in nine degree programmes. The majority of them want to find employment in Finland.

22.3.2022 | By: Elina Valkama

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Local companies have a great opportunity to recruit language-skilled and motivated employees for their various jobs.

Youragent.fi service allows companies to recruit skilled international people for summer jobs, practices and part-time jobs. By logging on to youragent.fi service, companies can find the student profiles that best match their needs. Both companies offering jobs and students looking for jobs enter their details into the service. With the help of the service, we can address the skills shortage in the region in Finland with the oldest population.

Our vision is that every one of our students will be employed.

For more information:

Timo Mattila
Vice President for Education
etunimi.sukunimi@samk.fi
+358 44 710 6350

22.3.2022 | By: Elina Valkama

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