We CAN for Africa campaign was a success.
Life as an exchange student is full of surprises, discoveries and new opportunities. The following story is about International Dinner Party written by Terézia Mináková and Chris Dernoncourt.
Creative Steps 2.0 (CS) concept matches emerging creative talent with existing businesses.
With the agreement signed now, the engineer training at Lapland UAS gets a key partner, making possible entirely new type of cooperation and projects.
Every year in December students and staff members in Tornio unit come together to celebrate the Arctic Cultural Evening. This year Rovaniemi students were involved as well.
The increasing mining industry in Northern Finland and the Barents region pulled up questions about the well-being of workers, the possibilities of welfare promotion as well as the reshaping the mine area’s living conditions.
The amount of simulation teaching has increased in the field of health care, and several simulation centres have been opened in Finland. This has highlighted the need to harmonise simulation training practices and make simulation teaching visible in other ways as well.
Give Back To Finland is a spontaneous project by international degree programme students in Lapland UAS
Breaking the ice project had a successful start in Rovaniemi.
Semester is starting in Lapland UAS and our international students return. Anton Sokolov is one of them.