Studying at Oamk
The Studying at Oamk -section contains information about the student's study right, study and social benefits, different learning environments and instructions for the student's graduation at the School of Professional Teacher Education. In addition, the tutors who support the student's studies, student services, ICT and library services are briefly introduced.
In this section you will find answers to, for example, the following questions:
• What is the period of the student's right to study? How can the study right be extended?
• What educational and social benefits can the student receive?
• What is included in the student's insurance cover?
• How and when can you apply for a certificate?
We offer you guidance and advice from the start of your studies to the graduation. We can help you with the following themes:
- Studies and their content
- Financing your studies
- Teaching practice and placements
- Getting your degree certificate and graduating
Tutors are your close instructors throughout your study path. They support you in your own professional growth and development.
Together with your tutors at the Amok the guiding teachers are responsible for the guidance and support for your professional growth during your teaching practise.
Guidelines for guiding teachers
As a student of OUAS you can access the OUAS network on campuses with your own laptop as well as use the computers and programmes available at the campuses. It is also possible to access many of the services, such as e-mail, cloud storage, electronic learning environments and web-based polling programmes from your own home. You can access the services by logging in with your personal OUAS username and password. To gain the access to your account, you have to accept the rules of ICT systems use and the access right conditions. In case you have IT related issues, first look for an answer from the ICT Services website. If you cannot find a solution from there, please contact to ICT services.
Library offers you premises, material collections and services which are there to support and facilitate your learning, studying and professional development. The information resources are offered locally on the campus, through the internet as well as by using distance borrowing services and a vast network of other libraries. The staff at the library provide both personal and group assistance on information retrieval and on how to use the library.