The world is in transition. This transformation concerns us globally in environmental, economic and social terms. We need both tools and determination to drive the transition towards just and responsible solutions across sectors and borders. However, reaching just transition is not easy since it means complex actions, whilst simplifying things often end up with insufficient or even wrong answers.
Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) participated in DIDAC 2023 exhibition in India together with Education Finland delegation in mid-October 2023. Didac 2023 is Indian’s only and Asia’s largest exhibition in education and skills. Along with another nine organizations from Finland, TAMK has presented in the exhibition and promoted our educational services to Indian market.
Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) launched its very first Diploma Programme in Risk Management and Circular Economy in September 2023. Tailored to meet the specific demands of the Indian market, this innovative programme marks a step towards nurturing the future leaders of sustainable business practices.
Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) is having a joint program in applied chemistry with our long-term partner Qilu University of Technology (QLUT). Since 2021, this program has flourished despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic in the past years, and in the light of new normal, TAMK sent a group of six teachers for intensive teaching in China in August 2023.
In a blend of academic exploration and cultural immersion, 28 students from Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) School of Nursing embarked on a journey to Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) for a two-week Summer Course on Finnish Health Care and Nursing.
On May 26th, an atmosphere of pride and accomplishment filled the air at the Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) as 31 students from the Nursing Top-Up Degree Programme donned their graduation caps and gowns. This remarkable occasion marked the culmination of their 1.5-year journey, which began in January 2022. The Top-Up Nursing Programme, designed specifically for international students who hold a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from their home country, provided these students with an opportunity to enhance their skills, familiarise themselves with the Finnish healthcare system, and strengthen their proficiency in the Finnish language.
Tampere University of Applied Sciences participated on a business trip organised by Finnpartnership in Dakar, Senegal, at the end of May. TAMK’s focus during the trip was to share information especially about TAMK’s teacher training services to African market area. The Finnpartnership business partnership programme supports Finnish companies and companies in developing countries in finding new business opportunities and partners. The programme is funded annually with about 4 million Euros from the development cooperation appropriations of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
Modern Methodologies in Teaching week: Respect of teacher profession & honesty as key values from Finland
Carita Prokki and Virpi Heinonen from Tampere University of Applied Sciences received an invitation to Tocantins, Brazil, from TAMK alumna Erna Denzil to be part of the Modern Methodologies in Teaching week organised in the last week of February in the campuses of Instituto Federal of Tocantins (IFTO) in Palmas and Paraiso as well as in Federal University of Tocantins campus Palmas.
TAMK held an online training about professional pedagogics and educational leadership to Chinese partner universities
Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) recently held series of online trainings on professional pedagogics and educational leadership. This training for Chinese partner universities aimed to share knowledge and practical tools in professional pedagogics between Finland and China.
Tampere University of Applied Sciences has launched a new tailor-made diploma programme in International Business Management in spring semester 2023. The diploma programme takes place in the TAMK main campus and will welcome 30 new students from India.