Events, thought and goings-on at Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK)
Many of us know Star Trek and Star Wars but have you ever thought what life would be like in space. We will hardly move to space in the near future but the possibilities are studied in NASA’s Epic Challenge project, which TAMK has participated for several years.
During spring 2021, I had the opportunity on working on something special; the first ever joint International Week in TAMK.
A course born out of necessity, returns with an even more stimulating programme and exciting partners, such as Globe Hope, a pioneer in textile circular economy.
Student mobility has been affected greatly by the Covid-19 pandemic. TAMK’s Social Counsellor for international students, Mirja Onduso, explains how TAMK Food Package project eases the international students’ arrival to Tampere.
The Master’s Degree Programme in Educational Leadership is designed for remote learning with three compulsory intensive weeks. However, the students starting the degree in August 2020 were unable to meet for the first two intensive weeks due to travel restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic.
SmartNurse – Developing Teachers’ and Nursing Students’ Competencies in Digital Nursing is a three-year Erasmus+ Capacity Building project, which started in November 2020.
Double Degree students from China discuss their experience in Sprint Innovation Festival 2020; working in multidisciplinary and multicultural student teams to create innovations for companies and organizations.