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Joint application period for English BBA programmes ended on Wednesday 22 January. English programmes attract applicants, around 548 applicants applied to Lapland UAS. Number of study places is 55.
Congratulations to all the new graduates!
Joint application period for English Bachelor's programmes has started 8 January and will end 22 January at 15 pm.
More study guidance available for Lapland UAS students.
The Estonian -Nordic Network in Health Care Education (ENNHANCE) was initiated in the spring of 2019 to promote didactic knowledge taken into account different cultural and educational perspectives.
The image that Finnish young people have of Lapland UAS is clearly more positive than their image of Finnish universities of applied sciences on average.
Arctic Cluster project, or ‘Arctic Collaboration to Support More Efficient Dissemination of Arctic Cooperation Project Results’, has participated in a series of different events during this autumn-winter.
Cross-border cooperation from west to east is very important as the problems are very similar although the language is different
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.
Climate change brings tangible challenges for winter road maintenance.