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  • Kuvat: Labra, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Kari Haajanen Mediatuotanto, Henry Virtanen Joulusirkus, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila
  • Kuvat: Finnish Tourist Board http://www.visitfinland.com/images
  • Kuvat: Luistelurata, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Ann-Marie Nystedt Ihmiset,
  • Kuvat: Jokilaivat, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Valokuvatuotanto Iloinen Liftari Taidemuseon Mäki Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Sirke Niemelä Ilmakuva, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Valokuvatuotanto Iloinen Liftari
  • Kuva: Lemminkäisenkatu, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Jouni Johansson
  • Kuva: Lemminkäisenkatu aula, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Jouni Johansson
  • Kuvat: kv-yksikkö, Henry Virtanen
  • Kuvat: Linnankatu, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Skyline Foto Sepänkatu, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Skyline Foto Ruiskatu, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Jari-Pekka Tamminen Lemminkäisenkatu, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Skyline Foto ICT-Talo, Henry Virtanen
  • Kuvat: Bioalat_labra, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila Vaihtarit business,
  • Kuvat: Bioalat_labra, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila Vaihtarit business,
  • Kuva: Fysioterapia, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Nora Forsman
  • Kuva: Fysioterapia, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Nora Forsman
  • Kuvat: Kuvataide, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila Baletti, Henry Virtanen
  • Kuvat: Kuvataide, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila Baletti, Henry Virtanen
  • Kuvat: Dieselmoottori, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Mallitoimisto Guru Business lecture, Henry Virtanen
  • Kuvat: Dieselmoottori, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Mallitoimisto Guru Business lecture, Henry Virtanen
  • Kuvat: Suuhygienisti, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila Terveydenhoitaja, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila
  • Kuvat: Suuhygienisti, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila Terveydenhoitaja, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila
  • Kuvat: Henry Virtanen
  • Kuvat: Henry Virtanen
  • Kuvat: Tutkimuspaja, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Kari Juhala Ylempi AMK, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Mika Okko
  • Kuva: ICT penkit,
  • Kuva: Kirjat, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Turku Touring
  • Kuva: Bioalat_labra_2, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila Bioalat_labra_3, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Kari Haajanen
  • Kuva: Bioalat_labra_2, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Annina Mannila Bioalat_labra_3, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Kari Haajanen
  • Kuvat: Aurajoki_kesä, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Sirke Niemelä Lumikelkka, Turun kaupungin kuvapankki/ Studio Vizualis / Esko Keski-Oja
  • Transcript

    • 1. Discover New Opportunities
    • 2. Discover Finland
      • Distinctive seasonal variations
        • Nightless nights and midnight sun during the summer
        • Polar nights and northern lights during the winter
      • Unspoiled nature
        • The land of the thousand lakes
        • Vast archipelago
        • Verdant forests
    • 3. Discover Finns
      • The harsh conditions in which the Finns live have made them tough and unyielding but don’t let first impressions fool you. Once you get to know them better you will see them as warm, easy going and honest people
      • 5,2 million, mainly living in urban areas
      • Two official languages
        • Finnish (92%)
        • Swedish (5,5%)
    • 4. The Finnish educational system
      • The higher education system comprises
      • universities and universities of applied
      • sciences (UAS). The admission requirement
      • for both is a secondary general or vocational
      • diploma.
      • Universities, which are scientific or artistic
      • institutions, focus on research and education
      • based on research. They confer Bachelor's,
      • Master's, licentiate and doctoral degrees.
      • Universities of applied sciences offer work-related
      • education in response to labour market needs.
      • A bachelor’s degree requires 3.5 - 4.5 years of
      • full-time study. The requirement for Master's
      • programmes is a UAS degree or equivalent,
      • plus a minimum of three years of work
      • experience in the field concerned.
      Basic education Upper secondary schools Vocational education and training Bachelor’s degree Bachelor’s degree Universities Universities of Applied Sciences Master’s degree Master’s degree Doctor’s degree Working life Working life
    • 5. Discover Turku
      • Living city with lots of students
        • Interesting attractions
        • Extensive variety of leisure time activities
        • Festivals and many other events
        • Vibrant nightlife
      • 175,000 inhabitants, ca. 20% students
    • 6. Discover TUAS
      • One of the largest universities of applied sciences in Finland
      • Multidisciplinary
        • 7 fields of study and 37 degree programmes
        • 10 degree programmes leading to a Master’s Degree
    • 7. TUAS today
      • Around 1800 starting places, over 9000 students in degree programmes
      • About 500 students are completing specialisation studies
      • Nearly 200 students are completing a Master’s Degree at TUAS
      • Ca. 75% of our graduates find employment in Southwest Finland
      • A significant expert organisation
        • Over 700 employees
    • 8. TUAS international activities
      • Over 200 international partners
      • Emphasis on Baltic Sea area and Europe
      • Cooperation also in Asia, America and Africa
      • Student and staff mobility
      • International cooperation for curriculum development
      • Joint degree programmes
      • International R&D project cooperation
      • Internationalisation at home
        • Teaching in English
        • Focus on language training and cultural competence
    • 9. TUAS organisation City Council City Board TUAS Delegation TUAS Board Rector Vice Rectors Executive Board Development and Administration Arts Academy Health Care Life Sciences and Business Technology, Environment and Business Telecommunication and e-Business Well-being Services
    • 10. Locations and faculties
      • Life Sciences and Business
      • Well-being Services
      • Arts Academy
      • Technology, Environment and Business
      • Health Care
      • Telecommunication and e-Business
      • Development and Administration
        • Administrative Services
        • Educational Services
        • Innovation Services
    • 11. TUAS faculties in Turku Life Sciences and Business Well-being Services Well-being Services Health Care Arts Academy Technology, Environment and Business Telecommunication and e-Business
    • 12. Life Sciences and Business
      • The learning environment at Life Sciences
      • and Business faculty is shaped by
      • internationally oriented study programmes
      • which combine life sciences, business and
      • ICT.
      • The objective of the faculty is to educate
      • Bachelors of Engineering and
      • Bachelors/Masters of Business
      • Administration, specializing either in
      • Business or IT,for the needs of local
      • companies, industry and R&D activities.
    • 13. Life Sciences and Business
      • Biotechnology and Food Technology
      • Laboratory Technology
      • Business Information Technology
      • Business
      • International Business (in English)
      • Entrepreneurship and Business (Master’s Degree)
      • Location : Turku
      • www.tuas.fi / lifesciencesandbusiness
    • 14. Well-being Services
      • The faculty of Well-being Services gives
      • students the skills and competence needed in
      • social services and individuals’ everyday
      • well-being.
      • Elements of the studies are theoretical
      • education, work placement, project work and
      • thesis project. All these elements create a
      • continuous link between education and
      • working life.
      • Students are encouraged to customer-oriented
      • work, ethically sustainable activities, ncreasing
      • comprehensive well-being and giving an
      • opportunity to fulfill themselves.
    • 15. Well-being Services
      • Physiotherapy
      • Beauty Care
      • Business
      • Hospitality Management
      • Social Services
      • Business Information Technology
      • Occupational Therapy
      • Hospitality Management (Master’s Degree)
      • Social Services (Master’s Degree)
      • Rehabilitation (Master’s Degree)
      • Locations: Turku, Loimaa
      • www.tuas.fi / well-beingservices
    • 16. Arts Academy
      • In the field of arts education, the Arts
      • Academy provides an interesting and wide
      • selection of specializations within its 4 main
      • programmes.
      • The variety of art fields represented allows
      • creative collaboration between programmes
      • in cross artistic productions and co-operation.
      • The Arts Academy is an active partner in and
      • promoter of art life in the Turku region by
      • organizing concerts, exhibitions and
      • performances.
    • 17. Arts Academy
      • Performing Arts
      • Fine Arts
      • Music
      • Communication and Media Arts
      • Locations: Turku
      • www.tuas.fi / artsacademy
    • 18. Technology, Environment and Business
      • The faculty of Technology, Environment and
      • Business offers 12 different degree
      • programmes. This gives to the students plenty
      • of possibilities for elective cross-disciplinary
      • studies.
      • The studies include various types of project
      • work and real-life business assignments.
      • Students are strongly encouraged to take
      • initiative and teachers to implement new
      • teaching methods. In all degree programmes,
      • particular attention is paid to entrepreneurship,
      • business administration and today's
      • international working environment.
    • 19. Technology, Environment and Business
      • Automotive and Transportation Engineering
      • Fisheries and Environmental Care
      • Sustainable Development
      • Mechanical and Production Engineering
      • Business Logistics
      • Business
      • Civil Engineering
      • Restoration
      • Business Information Technology
      • Design
      • Construction Management
      • Professional Sales
      • Industrial Management
      • International Business (in English)
      • Construction (Master’s Degree)
      • Environmental Technology (Master’s Degree)
      • Locations: Turku, Parainen, Uusikaupunki, Salo
      • www.tuas.fi / techenvibusi
    • 20. Health Care
      • The faculty of Health Care creates
      • possibilities for education, research and
      • development.
      • The objective of the faculty is to educate
      • professionals for public and private sectors
      • of health care services.
      • The Health Care faculty places an emphasis
      • on the application of theoretical study to the
      • practice of health care, enabling the students
      • to develop both theoretical and clinical skills.
    • 21. Health Care
      • Biomedical Laboratory Science
      • Emergency Care
      • Radiography and Radiotherapy
      • Nursing
      • Dental Hygiene
      • Nursing (in English)
      • Management and Leadership in Health Care (Master’s Degree)
      • Health Promotion (Master’s Degree)
      • Clinical Expert (Master’s Degree)
      • Locations: Turku, Salo
      • www.tuas.fi / healthcare
    • 22. Telecommunication and e-Business
      • The faculty of Telecommunication and
      • e-Business educates international experts and
      • future entrepreneurs in the field of Information
      • and Communication Technology (ICT).
      • Education emphasizes active learning and the
      • relevance to working life. Students are
      • encouraged to work with industry in the region
      • and take part in development projects,
      • practice enterprises and many other
      • interesting and challenging tasks.
    • 23. Telecommunication and e-Business
      • Electronics
      • Library and Information Services
      • Information Technology (in Finnish and in English)
      • Business
      • Business Information Technology
      • Technological Competence Management (Master’s Degree)
      • Locations: Turku, Salo
      • www.tuas.fi / telecommunicatione-business
    • 24. Continuing Education
      • Services offered:
      • Professional specialisation studies
      • Intensive training courses
      • Seminars
      • Working life services
      • Development of enterprises and organisations
      • www.tuas.fi / continuing
    • 25. Open University of Applied Sciences
      • The Open University of Applied Sciences provides students with possibilities to complete studies without age limits or previous study requirements
      • Courses are arranged either in the evening or at weekends, which makes it possible to complete the studies while working full-time
      • www.tuas.fi / openuas
    • 26. Master’s Degrees at Universities of Applied Sciences
      • The Master’s Degree is a response to the increasing expertise requirements of working life
      • In addition to a Bachelor’s Degree, three years of work experience is required for the studies
      • Students complete their professional Master’s Degree in collaboration with their own work community
      • A Master’s Degree gives knowledge, skills and competence for demanding development and expert tasks
    • 27. The tasks of Universities of Applied Sciences
    • 28. Research & Development
      • TUAS produces versatile applied research and services for enterprises and working communities
      • Collaboration ensures opportunities for implementing short-term development projects as well as multinational EU funded projects
      • Applied R&D co-operation speeds up the implementation of new knowledge in businesses
      • At TUAS, the results of R&D collaboration are also integrated into studies, which ensures up-to-date teaching and the best possible readiness for graduates stepping into working life
    • 29. Research & Development
      • Environmental expertise programme
        • Reseach and development work for renewable fuels and energy sources
      • HYTKE
        • Well-being services and economy in Southwest Finland
      • HERMES
        • ICT applications and technology
      • HEAWELL
        • Health and well-being in the future
      • FUTIS
        • Future work and innovative services
      • www.tuas.fi / rd
    • 30. Corporate social responsibility of TUAS
      • Corporate social responsibility report is published
      • annually for stakeholders
      • Economic objectives
        • Efficiency in education and research
        • Regional employment of graduates
        • Creating economic well-being society
      • Environmental objectives
        • Protecting and saving natural resources
        • Educating environmentally conscious graduates
        • Promoting sustainable development
        • Carrying out projects linked with the environment
      • Social objectives
        • Well-being and competence of students and staff
        • Good practices in stakeholders cooperation
    • 31. The vision of TUAS
      • Operate as an internationally esteemed and effective higher education institute
      • Have a positive impact on the professional development of Southwest Finland and the entire country
      • An active influence in regional competence co-operation and an active agent in the clusters of the area
      • Recognized nationally and internationally in R&D projects