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JAMK alumni Eveliina Saarimaa

Company visit and internship led to a full-time job

The best thing about my job is being able to help tourism businesses and tourist areas develop and cope with the ever-changing digital world. Welcome to a growing industry! An education in hospitality opens many doors in the field of tourism - take advantage of opportunities to explore different tourism paths. Things in the field change rapidly and one should always be ready to learn new things.

Ilkka´s alumni story: I would have chosen a degree programme in English

A degree programme in English provides extensive skills and the ability to work in the field of modern multinational technology. Software business is already fundamentally international, and the current remote work model speeds up this development.

Learning logistics helps you to understand how to save and make money

Logistics is a critical function in the supply chain. Learning logistics not only helps you to understand how a company operates and develops, but most importantly, how to save and make money from a practical point of view. The knowledge I gained at JAMK, helped me a lot as I worked on projects. I learned how to adapt and apply theories into practice.

Lotta Watia: Feeling passionate about everyday work

I absolutely love my work as a tour leader. Every day is different, and the customers give me so much energy. I get to spend days outdoors in different environments. At the same time, I get to share my passion and knowledge of Japan and other destinations in a fun way.

Purchasing is all about people knowledge and good deals – Galina studied Logistics at JAMK

Studying logistics and purchasing helps you to understand how companies operate, develop and make money from a practical point of view. If you feel you have an analytical mind, but you would like to learn how different businesses and industries work - you should go for it. It is a good school of life - you are provided with supportive teachers, materials and infrastructure. It really depends on you what you make out of it. Just like in life.