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Oulu UAS’s students opportunities to internationalise themselves have been taken into consideration in all degree programmes and in general in the operations of the institution. Paths for internationalisation are studies conducted in English, studies with an international dimension, studies and practical training abroad, participation in international RDI project, “internationalisation at home” on campus and engaging yourself in the international activities of the student union.
The curriculum of every degree programme contains 30 credits of compulsory studies in English. These studies can be completed either at Oulu UAS or in a student or practical training exchange abroad. The studies offered in English in the degree programmes enable also incoming exchange students to study with full efficiency at Oulu UAS.
Online courses of Oulu UAS and other universities of applied sciences can be completed as Summer Studies.
Asian Studies Programme
Apply to Asianet's online courses by Nov 23, 2016!
This is your chance to become an Asia expert in 2017. You can now apply to over twenty popular online courses to learn about the societies, economies and cultures of Asia.
Examples of courses in 2017:
Introduction to Chinese Contemporary History (4 ECTS )
Trade Policy as an Economic and Political Instrument in East Asia (3 ECTS )
Chinese Economy (5 ECTS)
Contemporary Korean Society (5 ECTS)
Religions of East and Southeast Asia (5 ECTS)
Business Environment of Japan and South Korea (5 ECTS)
Introduction to East Asia (6 ECTS)
All courses are free of charge for degree students from Asianet's member universities: Aalto University, Universities of Helsinki, Jyväskylä, Oulu, Tampere, Turku and Vaasa and the Åbo Akademi University.
For the students from the Universities of Applied Sciences, there is a course fee. You need to have a permission from the Head of your Degree Programme in order to be able to take the courses to your personal study plan. The Head of Degree Programme will let you know, if financial support can be received from the educational department or if you have to pay the course fees by yourself. See the instructions on the wesite of the Asianet.
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Welcome to study Asia with us!
Student feedback on our online courses:
"These courses have been a great support for dealing with Asian customers" (Engineer)
"The variety of courses in the Asian Programme is great."
"I write my Master's thesis relating to Asia, so these courses were really useful."
"Asian Studies helped me to stand out from the crowd when applying for a job".
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The Circumpolar Studies program of the University of the Arctic (UArctic) is an exciting way for students attending University of the Arctic member institutions to learn about the North, with courses held online and around the world in other UArctic member institutions.
The Circumpolar Studies program gives students the opportunity to learn about the lands, peoples, and issues of the circumpolar world and prepares them for advanced study or professional employment e.g. in fields of sustainable resource management, self-government, Arctic engineering, and northern tourism. Special emphasis is given to matters concerning Indigenous people of the Circumpolar North.
Students of Oulu University of Applied Sciences can include Circumpolar Studies e.g. in free-choice studies, or upon agreement with the Head of the Degree Programme they can supplement the degree completed here, or studies can also compensate studies of the curriculum of student's degree programme. Students completing Circumpolar Studies have a priority when selecting students to the north2north student mobility programme which gives them a chance to complete part of their studies onsite in another north2north member institution.
The Circumpolar Studies program consists of two required components: The BCS Core and an Advanced Emphasis. The BCS Core consists of a single lower-level introductory course and six upper-level advanced courses in three interdisciplinary fields of study. Together, the core enables students to gain a broad knowledge and understanding of the lands, peoples, and critical issues of the circumpolar world.
More information on Circumpolar Studies can be found on University of the Arctic's Circumpolar Studies site. Studies are free of charge for the students of UArctic's member institutions. Students must register for the studies to the UArctic International Academic Offce in Canada. Students of Oulu UAS should return their registration form to the International Co-ordinator of their school who will deliver it to the International Services to be delivered to Canada.
Oulu University of Applied Sciences Circumpolar Studies contact person is Sami Niemelä.
Oamk LABs is an inspired multidiciplinary way of learning:
- One to two semesters full time programmes (30-60 ECTS)
- For 3th/4th year students of Oulu University of Applied Sciences from any field of study, Open University students or unemployed professionals
- Learning by doing
- Creating new products
At Oamk LABs the participants develop new products or services in real-life projects. GameLAB focuses on game development in close connection to the modern gaming industry. The fields of other LABs’ interests are education technology, energy and environment, health and wellbeing and digital solutions.
Read more: oamk.fi/labs
Have you ever considered starting your own business? Do you have a good business idea you would like to test in practice but have not dared to try before now? The Business Incubator of the University of Applied Sciences offers you an opportunity to develop your idea together with business experts and professionals during your studies.
Torikatu 23 (4. floor)
Lecturer Jukka Köngäs
From idea to business
Have you ever thought about becoming an entrepreneur? Do you have any good business ideas hidden away in your back pocket?
At the Oulu UAS you can turn your business idea into a business plan. By taking our Think Tank Studies you can get advice from specialists and gain study points while at it. If you have already started a company, our Think Tank Studies can strengthen the development of your business at the beginning stage.
Studies at the Business Incubator
You can start taking our Business Incubator Studies at any time by contacting the contact person of your school (contact information in student intranet Oiva).
The basis of the studies consists of one-on-one meetings, in which the student puts together a business plan together with a personal Business Trainer. During the meetings you will also receive feedback concerning your business plan and comments on how you should proceed.
The studies also include meetings where all the companies and students included in the project take part. In these meetings you can create important relationship networks. In addition to this, the Business Incubator organises various theme evenings on topics such as e.g. financing, insurances, marketing, and networking. In workshops organised by the Business Incubator the participants can exchange ideas and receive feedback from each other concerning e.g. developing your sales pitch and marketing material.
The Oulu UAS Business Incubator is situated at the dynamic business centrum Business Kitchen. As a business participant you have the right to use the premises, equipment and facilities in planning and developing your business activities.
Kickstart - the competition to find out business ideas students have
Develop a business idea with a kick!
Kickstart is an annually organised business idea competition for students. Participants gain experience in developing a business idea, and at best, the competition can ignite a spark for entrepreneurship. The competition is not bound to any particular field of education. You can participate alone or as a team of total maximum of four Oulu UAS students. The business ideas are polished up and boosted in order to create additional momentum at two different stages of the competition. All in all, the ten best ideas will be awarded.
The competition is organised by Oulu University of Applied Sciences. Its objective is to promote a positive attitude towards entrepreneurship, to create new businesses into the area, and to act as a cooperation forum towards other competitions that promote entrepreneurship.