Category: International Event

Plastic Recycling Transformation Event in Ghana

To demonstrate Ghana’s readiness to tackle the mounting plastic waste and pollution challenge, the Ghanaian Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) joined hands with Business Finland to host a Plastic Recycling Transformation event at Labadi Hotel in Accra -Ghana, as a World Circular Economy Forum Side Event on the 13th of December 2022. The event brought together entrepreneurs and companies involved in the plastic recycling business, both from Ghana and Finland.

Enabling Unique Learning Possibilities

Business Case Consulting Training is a study module offered to TAMK’s Business students. It enables students to participate and to enhance their learning even more in international business case competitions organized by universities and case clubs from all around the world. One team from the training achieved great success in Creative Shock competition and came back with a unique experience.

What do the wine industry, the Asian Institute of Design and TAMK have in common?

In short, at least an active network, OBREAL Global, which is dedicated to promoting cross-regional South-South-North (SSN) collaboration between different partners – including the higher education institutions and vitiviniculture and oenology (Vita Global project). And potentially, a lot more too through different kinds of initiatives to support dialogue and synergies between governmental, academic and social sectors to build bridges towards reciprocal cooperation, mutual knowledge transfer, and tackling of common global challenges.

International education is more important than ever

The annual conference of European Association for International Education (EAIE) took place in Barcelona, Spain between 13th-16th of September 2022. The conference allured the biggest number of participants ever – more than 6300! TAMK was represented by four staff members from TAMK Global, External Funding, Study Services and Student Recruitment. The general theme was ‘The future in full colour’, embrasing the ever-expanding spectrum of tools for internationalisation.