Recently, TAMK Music production students took part to a Blended Intensive Learning program organised by Academy of Pop Culture/Hanze University that aims to enhance the learning experience of students by combining online and offline learning. The program was designed for a group of 28 students from multicultural backgrounds, including Belgium, Finland, and the Netherlands, with diverse musical backgrounds.
As nursing students from TAMK, we got the opportunity to participate in the Minun ääneni project (translated as the “My Voice” project). This project is for people with memory disorders, and the particular event we joined was a music event in Pakkahuone on September 21st for the World’s Alzheimer’s Day. Attending was part of our Nursing Care for the Elderly studies.
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.
As my exchange is coming to an end, I am glad that I had the chance to participate in a course, which made me use all the theory from my previous studies and apply it in real business cases. Coming fourth in an International Business Case Competition was a surprising plus for my exchange studies in Tampere University of Applied Sciences.
TAMK graduating students, Luiza Preda and Allan Castellanos have created a promising experience at Himmelblau Gallery in Tampere during 4-20 February 2022.
During spring 2021, I had the opportunity on working on something special; the first ever joint International Week in TAMK.