Practical Training 2Laajuus (15 op)
The aims of practical training are as follows:
- Students learn to work in the working world as a member of a work community.
- Students learn to apply the knowledge and skills they have learned at the university to practical work.
- Students gain experience in the technical implementations and favourable practices characteristic of their chosen field.
- Students learn about various work methods and phases.
- Students gain experience in carrying out operations economically and responsibly.
- Students develop their social skills and langauge skills.
- Students' ability to withstand pressure and uncertainty increases.
- Students practice their skills in management.
Practical training is an integral part of studying at the university of applied sciences, and it is a degree requirement. Practical training is not only working, but it is learning while working and applying that which has been learned while studying at the university. Practical training teaches students how to survive in life after the university. It also provides students with the opportunity to gain important contacts with employers and their representatives.
Students are responsible for obtaining an internship and making a contract with the employer. In this way, the practical training also teaches students the process of applying for a job. During their training, students should discuss possible topics or projects for their final thesis.
The student completes 2.5 months (or 400h) of training in a company or community. Student also return a report for training
The student completes 2.5 months (or 400h) of training in a company or community. Student also return a report for training.