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12.11.2018 6:00

International contacts inspire business students

Cross-border cooperation from west to east is very important as the problems are very similar although the language is different

6.11.2018 14:00

Causes, effects and prevention of the fear of falling as the topic of an international seminar

Last week, the degree programmes and R&D of elderly care and physiotherapy organised an international seminar in Rovaniemi focusing on the well-being of the elderly, especially from the point of view of physiotherapy and health sciences.

26.10.2018 7:00

Graduates in October 2018

Congratulations to all the new graduates!

21.3.2018 8:00

Northern cooperation to research, develop and test smart solutions for winter roads

Climate change brings tangible challenges for winter road maintenance.

6.11.2017 10:00

Lapland’s institutions of higher education to accelerate education export

Lapland UAS and the University of Lapland join efforts to seek growth in education export.

28.9.2017 9:05

Regions Boosting the European Tourism’s Digitalisation and Safety

At the occasion of the World Tourism Day 2017, 8 European Regions launched a partnership to foster investment on Digitalisation and Safety for Tourism under the Platform for Industrial Modernisation.

28.9.2017 8:00

International issue of the online magazine published

Lumen is the online magazine of Lapland University of Applied Sciences. The magazine shares northern knowledge and spreads Arctic competence.

12.6.2017 9:00

Master students’ course in Kempten, Germany

Student Petri Kittilä writes about MBA students' study trip to Germany.

30.5.2017 11:00

Nationalities mix at Arctic Summer School

International Arctic Summer School started in Tornio on Monday the 29th of May. Students and lecturers represent 16 nationalities.

14.12.2016 7:00

Tuition fees: Lapland UAS to implement an exceptional supportive scholarship system

All Finnish institutes of higher education will adopt tuition fees in their English-language education programmes next autumn.

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