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Career Planning and InternationalisationLaajuus (2 cr)

Code: XX00CG83

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 17.03.2023

Timing

29.03.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Sari Havulehto
Student groups
  • MLITA22

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 17.03.2023

Timing

29.03.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in SME Business Management
Teachers
  • Sari Havulehto
Student groups
  • MPK22

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 09.01.2023

Timing

06.03.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Cultural Management
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Johanna Ikola
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • KUTU22

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

06.03.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Library and Information Services
Teachers
  • Sari Mäkinen-Laitila
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • KITI22

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.12.2022 - 15.03.2023

Timing

16.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Sari Havulehto

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

A course of study is an online course in which a learning diary is made on the required themes as well as participating in the discussion.

Student workload

Total 54 h of independent work.

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Pass: The student shows the knowledge and skills listed by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Online assignments 100%

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

16.01.2023 - 14.05.2023

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Food and Hospitality
  • Degree Programme in Food Processing and Biotechnology
Teachers
  • Eija Putula-Hautala
  • Kari Jokiranta
Scheduling groups
  • BIELI (Size: 40. Open UAS: 0.)
  • RESTO (Size: 40. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MBIELI22
  • MRESTO22
Education groups
  • BIELI
  • RESTO

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Materials are told in Moodle-course

Teaching methods

Contact lessons and distance learning.

Employer connections

Alumnus

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Food and Hospitality
  • Degree Programme in Food Processing and Biotechnology
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Eija Putula-Hautala
  • Kari Jokiranta
Scheduling groups
  • BIELI (Size: 40. Open UAS: 0.)
  • RESTO (Size: 40. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • BIELI21
  • RESTO21
Education groups
  • BIELI
  • RESTO

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Materials are told in Moodle-course

Teaching methods

Contact lessons and distance learning.

Employer connections

Alumnus

Student workload

53 hours

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 26.02.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

16 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Construction Engineering
Teachers
  • Marita Viljanmaa
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Anne Vuokila
Student groups
  • RKM21
  • RAK21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

54 h

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments and exercises

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

19.04.2022 - 21.04.2022

Timing

09.01.2023 - 10.03.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 75

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • SOS22A
  • MSOS22K

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

-The student participates in the meetings of the course and demonstrates the competence presented in the competence objectives during them and completes the learning tasks included in the course.

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

16 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Information Technology
Teachers
  • Noora Kivimäki
Student groups
  • TITE21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

54 h

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments and exercises

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

16 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Noora Kivimäki
Student groups
  • AUTE21KA

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

54 h

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 22.02.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

16 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Noora Kivimäki
Student groups
  • AUTE21SA

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

54 h

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Active participatoin in assignments and exercises and completing them

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

14.11.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

02.01.2023 - 26.02.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Construction Site Management
Teachers
  • Marita Viljanmaa
Student groups
  • MRKM22

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Materials are told in Moodle-course.

Teaching methods

Mainly distance learning.

Student workload

54 hours.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kv-vaihtoinfo (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH22K
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys
  • Kv-vaihtoinfo

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Timing

02.01.2023 - 23.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • TH22
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

14.11.2022 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Agriculture and Rural Enterprises
Teachers
  • Anu Katila
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Anu Katila

Student groups
  • AGRO21A
  • AGRO21B

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning

Employer connections

Meeting with alumnis

International connections

Lectures of international environment and business

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

14.11.2022 - 05.02.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • KV-vaihtoinfo (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MSH22K
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys
  • KV-vaihtoinfo

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 12.10.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Sari Havulehto
Student groups
  • LITA21A
  • LITA21C
  • LITA21B
  • LITA21D

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.05.2022 - 15.10.2022

Timing

01.09.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Sari Havulehto

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

A course of study is an online course in which a learning diary is made on the required themes as well as participating in the discussion.

Student workload

Total 54 h of independent work.

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Pass: The student shows the knowledge and skills listed by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Online assignments 100%

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

19.04.2022 - 21.04.2022

Timing

01.09.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 74

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • SOS21B
  • SOS21C

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

-The student participates in the meetings of the course and demonstrates the competence presented in the competence objectives during them and completes the learning tasks included in the course.

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

11.08.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

01.09.2022 - 30.04.2023

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Agriculture and Rural Enterprises
Teachers
  • Anu Katila
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MAGRO22

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

presentations, online learning

Completion alternatives

Identification of competence: Corresponding previous studies at SeAMK or another university

Student workload

assignments and exercises.54n hours

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

01.09.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Elderly Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MGERO21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

-The student participates in the meetings of the course and demonstrates the competence presented in the competence objectives during them and completes the learning tasks included in the course.

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

29.08.2022 - 26.02.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

16 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Pekka Lager
Student groups
  • AUTO21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

54 h

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments and exercises

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

29.08.2022 - 26.02.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

16 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Pekka Lager
Student groups
  • KONE21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

54 h

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments and exercises

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 26.02.2023

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MSH21KA
  • MSH21KB
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MSH21S
Education groups
  • Kansainvälisyys
  • Urasuunnittelu

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

15.08.2022 - 18.12.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

16 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Pasi Junell
  • Pekka Lager
Student groups
  • MKONE21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

54 h

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments and exercises

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 04.11.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Physiotherapy
Teachers
  • Pirkko Mäntykivi
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • FYS21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 13.11.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansaivälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH21S
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansaivälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2022 - 07.09.2022

Timing

15.08.2022 - 16.10.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

16 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
Student groups
  • MAUTE21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

54 h

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments and exercises

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.05.2021 - 13.03.2022

Timing

07.03.2022 - 05.06.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MSH20C
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

19.04.2021 - 16.01.2022

Timing

24.01.2022 - 15.06.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Agriculture and Rural Enterprises
Teachers
  • Anu Katila
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Jukka Kauppila

Student groups
  • MAGRO21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

presentations, online learning

Student workload

assignments and exercises.54n hours

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2021 - 07.01.2022

Timing

19.01.2022 - 25.05.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Sari Havulehto
Student groups
  • MLITA21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures and assignments

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2021 - 31.01.2022

Timing

15.01.2022 - 25.05.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in SME Business Management
Teachers
  • Sari Havulehto
Student groups
  • MPK21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures and assignments

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2021 - 31.01.2022

Timing

13.01.2022 - 29.04.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Library and Information Services
Teachers
  • Sari Mäkinen-Laitila
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • KITI21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.12.2021 - 15.03.2022

Timing

11.01.2022 - 31.05.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Open University of Applied Sciences
Teachers
  • Sari Havulehto

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2021 - 31.01.2022

Timing

10.01.2022 - 25.05.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Cultural Management
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Johanna Ikola
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • KUTU21

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

03.12.2021 - 23.01.2022

Timing

10.01.2022 - 27.02.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Construction Engineering
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Helena Myllymäki
Student groups
  • MRAK20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.05.2021 - 16.01.2022

Timing

10.01.2022 - 05.06.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH20
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

26.04.2021 - 02.05.2021

Timing

10.01.2022 - 11.03.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • SOS21A

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

realization.localizedApproveRejectDescription

Pass: Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online).
The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

19.04.2021 - 10.01.2022

Timing

10.01.2022 - 15.06.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Food and Hospitality
  • Degree Programme in Food Processing and Biotechnology
Teachers
  • Eija Putula-Hautala
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Jukka Kauppila

Scheduling groups
  • BIELI (Size: 40. Open UAS: 0.)
  • RESTO (Size: 40. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • RESTO20
  • BIELI20
Education groups
  • BIELI
  • RESTO

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Materials are told in Moodle-course

Teaching methods

Contact lessons and distance learning.

Employer connections

Alumnus

Student workload

53 hours

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

19.04.2021 - 20.01.2022

Timing

10.01.2022 - 05.06.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Food and Hospitality
  • Degree Programme in Food Processing and Biotechnology
Teachers
  • Eija Putula-Hautala
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Eija Putula-Hautala

Scheduling groups
  • BIELI (Size: 50. Open UAS: 0.)
  • RESTO (Size: 50. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MBIELI21
  • MRESTO21
Education groups
  • BIELI
  • RESTO

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.05.2021 - 09.01.2022

Timing

03.01.2022 - 05.06.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • TH21
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.05.2021 - 30.09.2021

Timing

25.10.2021 - 22.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Sari Havulehto
Student groups
  • LITA20A
  • LITA20B
  • LITA20C
  • LITA20D

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures and assignments in moodle

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

25.09.2021 - 23.01.2022

Timing

25.10.2021 - 27.02.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Construction Site Management
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Helena Myllymäki
Student groups
  • RKM20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

25.09.2021 - 23.01.2022

Timing

25.10.2021 - 27.02.2022

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Construction Engineering
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Helena Myllymäki
Student groups
  • RAK20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

26.04.2021 - 02.05.2021

Timing

25.10.2021 - 20.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MSOS21K

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher.

Teaching methods

Go through the course materials in Moodle, participate in discussions and make a learning diary.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

19.04.2021 - 10.10.2021

Timing

11.10.2021 - 18.03.2022

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Agriculture and Rural Enterprises
Teachers
  • Anu Katila
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Anu Katila

Student groups
  • AGRO20B
  • AGRO20A

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning

Employer connections

Meeting with alumnis

International connections

Lectures of international environment and business

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.05.2021 - 04.10.2021

Timing

27.09.2021 - 04.11.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Physiotherapy
Teachers
  • Pirkko Mäntykivi
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • FYS20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.05.2021 - 20.09.2021

Timing

31.08.2021 - 31.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Elderly Care
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MGERO20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

realization.localizedApproveRejectDescription

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

30.07.2021 - 12.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 17.10.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Anna Vierula
  • Tiina Välimäki
Student groups
  • AUTO20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

30.07.2021 - 12.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 17.10.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Anna Vierula
  • Tiina Välimäki
Student groups
  • KONE20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

30.07.2021 - 12.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 17.10.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Anna Vierula
  • Tiina Välimäki
Student groups
  • AUTE20KA

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

30.07.2021 - 12.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 17.10.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Anna Vierula
  • Tiina Välimäki
Student groups
  • AUTE20SA

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.05.2021 - 30.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 31.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH21K
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

26.04.2021 - 02.05.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 20.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • SOS20B
  • SOS20C

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher.

Teaching methods

Mainly distance learning contact lessons.

Student workload

54 hours

realization.localizedApproveRejectDescription

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.05.2021 - 10.09.2021

Timing

24.08.2021 - 31.12.2021

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Teachers
  • Johanna Koivula

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Go through the course materials in Moodle, participate in discussions and make a learning diary.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.07.2021 - 05.09.2021

Timing

16.08.2021 - 17.10.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Anna Vierula
Student groups
  • MKONE20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

Contact teaching, assignments and exercises.

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2020 - 31.01.2021

Timing

08.03.2021 - 09.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Library and Information Services
Teachers
  • Sari Mäkinen-Laitila
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • KITI20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

24.08.2020 - 08.01.2021

Timing

18.02.2021 - 31.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Cultural Management
Teachers
  • Johanna Ikola
  • Kari Jokiranta
Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä 1 (Size: 1. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 2 (Size: 1. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • KUTU20
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä 1
  • Pienryhmä 2

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2020 - 31.01.2021

Timing

18.01.2021 - 31.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Sari Havulehto
Student groups
  • MLITA20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2020 - 15.01.2021

Timing

16.01.2021 - 31.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in SME Business Management
Teachers
  • Johanna Koivula
Student groups
  • MPK20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.12.2020 - 15.03.2021

Timing

11.01.2021 - 31.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Open University of Applied Sciences
Teachers
  • Dario Liberona
  • Johanna Koivula

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Course material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

- Online course
- Student becomes acquainted with the material independently, listen the lectures and writes a learning diary

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

04.12.2020 - 17.01.2021

Timing

04.01.2021 - 28.02.2021

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Construction Site Management
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
  • Tiina Välimäki
Student groups
  • RKM19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

04.12.2020 - 17.01.2021

Timing

04.01.2021 - 28.02.2021

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Construction Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
  • Tiina Välimäki
Student groups
  • RAK19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

27.04.2020 - 03.05.2020

Timing

04.01.2021 - 12.03.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MSOS20
  • SOS20A

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

- Material introduced by the lecturer.

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, online learning and guided exercises.

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online).

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.08.2020 - 14.09.2020

Timing

04.01.2021 - 02.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Public Health Nursing
Teachers
  • Kristiina Store
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kaisa Paavola
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • TH20
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2020 - 17.01.2021

Timing

04.01.2021 - 31.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Food and Hospitality
  • Degree Programme in Food Processing and Biotechnology
Teachers
  • Eija Putula-Hautala
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Eija Putula-Hautala

Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä Bieli (Size: 45. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä Resto (Size: 30. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • MBIELI20
  • MRESTO20
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä Bieli
  • Pienryhmä Resto

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.12.2020 - 01.02.2021

Timing

01.01.2021 - 21.03.2021

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Construction Site Management
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
Student groups
  • MRKM20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Assignments, exercises and online learning

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of assignments and exercises (online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Completing assignments and exercises (online) on schedule

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

03.08.2020 - 30.04.2021

Timing

09.11.2020 - 31.12.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

2 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Elderly Care
Teachers
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MGERO19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

- Material introduced by the lecturer.

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, online learning and guided exercises.

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online).

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.05.2020 - 30.09.2020

Timing

19.10.2020 - 31.12.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Johanna Koivula
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • LITA19A
  • LITA19B
  • LITA19C
  • LITA19D

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.08.2020 - 11.01.2021

Timing

05.10.2020 - 31.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Kaisa Paavola
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH19A
Education groups
  • Urasuunnittelu
  • Kansainvälisyys

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.08.2020 - 24.01.2021

Timing

05.10.2020 - 31.05.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Kaisa Paavola
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • MSH20A
  • MSH20B

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2020 - 12.10.2020

Timing

28.09.2020 - 30.04.2021

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Agriculture and Rural Enterprises
Teachers
  • Jussi-Matti Kallio
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Anu Katila

Student groups
  • AGRO19A

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Materials are told in Moodle course

Teaching methods

Mainly distance learning, some contact lessons

Student workload

54 hours

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2020 - 12.10.2020

Timing

28.09.2020 - 30.04.2021

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Agriculture and Rural Enterprises
Teachers
  • Jussi-Matti Kallio
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Anu Katila

Student groups
  • AGRO19B

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Materials are told in Moodle-course

Teaching methods

Mainly distance learning, some contact lessons.

Student workload

54 hours

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.05.2020 - 18.09.2020

Timing

14.09.2020 - 31.12.2020

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Open University of Applied Sciences
Teachers
  • Dario Liberona
  • Johanna Koivula

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Course material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

- Online course
- Student becomes acquainted with the material independently, listen the lectures and writes a learning diary

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.08.2020 - 14.09.2020

Timing

07.09.2020 - 20.12.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Nursing
Teachers
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kaisa Paavola
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Scheduling groups
  • Kansainvälisyys (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Urasuunnittelu (Size: 0. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • SH19B
Education groups
  • Kansainvälisyys
  • Urasuunnittelu

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

27.04.2020 - 03.05.2020

Timing

26.08.2020 - 31.12.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Elina Kangasluoma
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • SOS19C
  • SOS19B

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

- Material introduced by the lecturer.

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, online learning and guided exercises.

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online).

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

24.07.2020 - 06.09.2020

Timing

24.08.2020 - 11.10.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • AUTE19SA
  • AUTE19KA

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

24.07.2020 - 06.09.2020

Timing

24.08.2020 - 11.10.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
Student groups
  • AUTO19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

01.08.2020 - 31.08.2020

Timing

24.08.2020 - 05.03.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Physiotherapy
Teachers
  • Kaisa Paavola
  • Tiina Välimäki
  • Kari Jokiranta
  • Tarja Knuuttila
Student groups
  • FYS19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

24.07.2020 - 06.09.2020

Timing

24.08.2020 - 11.10.2020

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
Student groups
  • KONE19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

Lectures, assignments, group work, presentations, online learning, guided exercises

Student workload

53 hours, which consists of contact teaching, assignments and exercises (partly online)

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in lectures, completing assignments and exercises (partly online)

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2020 - 14.09.2020

Timing

24.08.2020 - 30.04.2021

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

1 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Agriculture and Rural Enterprises
Teachers
  • Jussi-Matti Kallio
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Anu Katila

Student groups
  • MAGRO20

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Materials are told in Moodle-course

Teaching methods

Mainly distance learning, some contact lessons.

Student workload

54 hours

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

16.04.2020 - 24.01.2021

Timing

24.08.2020 - 30.04.2021

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Food and Hospitality
  • Degree Programme in Food Processing and Biotechnology
Teachers
  • Eija Putula-Hautala
  • Kari Jokiranta
Responsible person

Eija Putula-Hautala

Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä Bieli (Size: 30. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä Resto (Size: 30. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • BIELI19
  • RESTO19
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä Bieli
  • Pienryhmä Resto

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Materials are told in Moodle-course

Teaching methods

Contact lessons and distance learning.

Employer connections

Alumnus

Student workload

53 hours

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

17.07.2020 - 06.09.2020

Timing

17.08.2020 - 20.12.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Automation Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MAUTE19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

17.07.2020 - 09.10.2020

Timing

17.08.2020 - 18.12.2020

Credits

2 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
  • Pia-Mari Riihilahti
Responsible person

Pia-Mari Riihilahti

Student groups
  • MKONE19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Materials

Material provided by the teacher

Teaching methods

One lecture, otherwise online learning

Student workload

53 hours: one lecture, online-learning

Evaluation scale

Passed/failed

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Assessment methods and criteria

Participating in the lecture, completing assignments and exercises online

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2019 - 31.01.2020

Timing

18.02.2020 - 31.05.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Business Management
Teachers
  • Lita Nimeämätön
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • MLITA19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2019 - 31.01.2020

Timing

07.01.2020 - 30.04.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Library and Information Services
Teachers
  • Sari Mäkinen-Laitila
  • Kari Jokiranta
Student groups
  • KITI19

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.

Enrollment

15.10.2019 - 31.01.2020

Timing

07.01.2020 - 24.05.2020

Credits

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Cultural Management
Teachers
  • Johanna Ikola
  • Kari Jokiranta
Scheduling groups
  • Pienryhmä 1 (Size: 1. Open UAS: 0.)
  • Pienryhmä 2 (Size: 1. Open UAS: 0.)
Student groups
  • KUTU19
Education groups
  • Pienryhmä 1
  • Pienryhmä 2

Objective

Students are able to
- plan their studies in accordance with their own career plans
- develop their job seeking skills in different ways
- identify their own career opportunities
- anticipate the changing needs of working life
- identify the effects of multiculturalism and globalisation on working life and interaction
- function in an international operational environment and make use of international networks
- plan their personal internationalisation in studies and working life

Content

- rules of working life and working life skills
- anticipating the needs of future working life
- career planning and job seeking skills
- goal-oriented planning of studies from the viewpoint of the student’s own career plans
- personal internationalisation planning
- opportunities of study and training abroad
- international operational environment and multiculturalism
- international networks

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

x

Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: The student participates in the classes of the course and shows the knowledge and skills listed in the learning outcomes in class and/or by completing the required course assignments.

Fail: The student does not reach the learning outcomes of the course and is not able to show required knowledge and skills

Qualifications

Course: Studying in an University of Applied Sciences
Recommended optional programme components:
The student advisor will recommend optional programme components for each student based on their individual study plan.