Due to the fact that Helsinki is still in the community transmission phase, and the general restrictions for the metropolitan area continue to apply, Arcada's instructions to prevent the spread of infection will continue to apply until 31.1. The goal of the restrictions is to avoid further spread of COVID-19 and a total closure of the campus.
Respond to our survey and participate in the draw of a 50€ gift card to Wolt! The survey will close on 28.12.2020 at 9.00hrs.
To take advantage of the experiences of distance learning, Arcada conducted a web-based survey among students and staff last spring. THANK YOU to all those who responded then!
The autumn has been characterized by distance studies and a lot of uncertainty and therefore, we will now follow up the spring survey. We want to get a better idea of:
The event offers a visibility platform for talents and employers alike to connect and network. Information about the abundant support available for reaching potential employers and proceeding to job landing is made available for talents. Examples of concrete benefits:
Arcada has appointed Mikael Paronen as its second affiliated research associate. Mikael continues his valuable commitment to the UAS within the framework of his new role.
The Arcada library is open only for students and staff from Nov. 30-Dec. 18. Customer service is available in the library Mon-Fri 10am-1pm, self service hours from 7am-9pm, as usual. We are happy to answer your questions also through e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on 0294 282 690.
All books borrowed or renewed by Nov. 30 will be due the earliest on Jan. 11 2021. Renew your loans online through Arcada Finna https://arcada.finna.fi or through the Tuudo app.
Due to the accelerating spread of infection in the capital region, which means that Helsinki is now in the spreading phase, the government has on 26 November published new regulations and guidelines. In line with the new instructions, Arcada is now also updating its instructions for the coming weeks, 30.11—15.12.
We tighten the regulations in the hope of being able to maintain the most necessary activities on campus. Only by now really focusing on the most crucial things can we hopefully avoid a widespread infections in society and total closure of the campus.