Arcada and Info desk opening hours during Christmas 2020

The main entrance doors are locked until 10.1.2021, but you are able to enter with your own flex key during weekdays 7am - 8.45pm and weekends 9am - 5.30pm.

Please note, the Info desk is closed 21.12.2020 - 8.1.2021.

The switchboard is open until 22.12.2020 between 9am - 3pm and from 7.1.2021 between 9am - 3pm.

The info desk and the switchboard will return to normal opening hours (weekdays 9am – 3pm) on 11.1.2021.

UAS Journal theme on the use of Career Monitoring Survey data now published

Career Monitoring Survey is the national survey sent out to those who have graduated from a Finnish university of applied sciences five years ago. It contributes 3% of the national funding for UASs and contains questions on how well the education prepares the graduate for the needs in working life. The UAS Journal theme in December 2020 is the use of data from the Career Monitoring Survey in e.g. the development of degree programmes, service design for working life and alumni, continuous learning, Master’s degrees, integration and guidance.

Information about the course Spoken Finnish Online

Puhutsä suomee? – Spoken Finnish Online (3 ECTS)

Contents: Puhutsä suomee? Spoken Finnish Online is a web-based Finnish course. The course offers possibilities to practice speaking and listening skills in everyday life situations. As the course focuses in informal situations, we will study spoken Finnish forms and vocabulary. You will get to know the main differences between the standard written Finnish and the spoken Finnish forms used in the capital region of Finland.

Information about the course Spoken Finnish Online

Puhutsä suomee? – Spoken Finnish Online (3 ECTS)

Contents: Puhutsä suomee? Spoken Finnish Online is a web-based Finnish course. The course offers possibilities to practice speaking and listening skills in everyday life situations. As the course focuses in informal situations, we will study spoken Finnish forms and vocabulary. You will get to know the main differences between the standard written Finnish and the spoken Finnish forms used in the capital region of Finland.