Jamk University of Applied Sciences
Jamk is a creative reinvented institute of higher education. We develop and strengthen learning, competence, and competitiveness together with partners and cooperation networks – both in Finland and around the world. We have over 8 500 students and 900 employees.
Degree programmes in Finnish 15 - 30 March 2023
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Hackathons built around sustainable development and the circular economy by Jamk’s Bioeconomy Accelerator will be launched in the Baltic Sea Region. The aim is to design an international co-operation model for organising the hackathons.
Jamk University of Applied Sciences’ Business Accelerator BioPaavo launches a hackathon, together with Gasum Ltd. The aim of the hackathon is to find solutions to utilise the biogenic carbon dioxide generated at the Gasum’s biogas plants.
The popularity of English-language programmes continues to grow: the number of applications doubles again
The popularity of English-language degree programmes at Jamk University of Applied Sciences has been growing for the last three years. In the most popular fields, the number of applications is tens of times higher than the number of starting places.
Jamk University of Applied Sciences and the transmission system operator Fingrid have agreed on cooperation related to the development of multidisciplinary competence and applied research in information and communication technology and cybersecurity.
JAMK University of Applied Sciences receives significant funding from Business Finland for developing a platform solution for digital rehabilitation
The Institute of Rehabilitation of JAMK has received nearly one million euros in funding from Business Finland for the implementation of an innovative public procurement project. The aim of the procurement project is to respond to the growing global need for rehabilitation by means of digital rehabilitation. The Institute of Rehabilitation responsible for the education, research and development of multidisciplinary rehabilitation will involve companies, researchers, developers and students in the development work.
Come join the launch of BioBoosters project that connects 9 regions with strong bioeconomy innovation ecosystems to help circular bioeconomy business transition in Baltic Sea Region.
Welcome to Jamk Talent Boost event: Career Boost Café - Boost Your Summer Job Application!
Cantinovum performs with Jyväskylä Sinfonia in concert in Taulumäki Church.