Finland is known for its education. Even a short course from a Finnish university may give your CV a unique boost. The quality of the Finnish education guarantees that you have studied in an environment which emphasizes both independent and an innovative mindset.
Turku Summer School is organized jointly by the University of Turku and Turku University of Applied Sciences. You can select from five different summer courses – with topics ranging from smart cities to wellness tourism. Summer courses run from 14 August to 28 August 2018.
The teachers are pedagogically qualified top-professionals and the feedback from students describe them as approachable and supportive. The classes are far from a boring monologue but are instead based on teamwork and conversation.
Application for the Turku Summer School is open until 15 April 2018
Turku, located in the region of Southwest Finland, is one of Finland’s biggest cities. The versatile livelihood structure, top class selection of education, culture, and services, as well as the beautiful archipelago, form a magnetic combination in Turku. In Turku there is everything, but still Turku is small enough that you can go almost everywhere by foot or bike.
A great portion of Turku residents are students: every fourth person is either student or professional in higher education institute. There are two universities and four university of applied sciences in Turku. All campuses are located near city center.
Finnish in Working Life for Beginners
You will learn basic Finnish and get lot of information how Finnish Working Life operates.
The crash course on Game Development is designed to have hands-on-experience in game design, programming, game graphics and audio design.
You will learn the basics of service design. The course will be completed as a project work – developing of an existing service for a client.
Smart Sustainable Cities
The main topic in the course is Smart Sustainable Cities and its three main dimensions: environment, business and social. The course consists of seminars and lectures, working in multidisciplinary groups, field visits and project work.
The course introduces students to the increasing global wellness trend by focusing on wellness tourism, e.g. its determinants and market trends.
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