The group of 25 Kenyan Risk Management and Circular Economy (RiMCE) Master’s students visited Helsinki 16th November. A very early start from Tampere and a long day paid off. In visits to Sitra (The Finnish Innovation Fund) and to Finnish Environment Institute (Syke) students learnt to know two important promoters of circular economy not only in Finland but globally.
TAMK launched its first commissioned Master’s Degree Programme in Risk Management and Circular Economy (RiMCE) in February 2022. The teaching follows a modern hybrid method; the education takes place both on TAMK’s main campus and online. The brand new programme will welcome 25 international students from Kenya to TAMK.
TAMK graduating students, Luiza Preda and Allan Castellanos have created a promising experience at Himmelblau Gallery in Tampere during 4-20 February 2022.
Nancy’s dream has led her from Kenya to Finland. She is using her studies and professional experience to teach future nursing professionals the importance of empathy and passion.
As a University of Applied Sciences, TAMK teaches hands-on skills and prepares the students for work life. Even if internships are not mandatory, they can play vital role in students’ careers.
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.
Autumn 2020 was very special to me! I got the privilege to be the coach for the very first international Entrepreneurship and Team Leadership student team in TAMK Proakatemia.