We promise to develop your skills and expand your networks throughout your career. Alumni are our partners and very welcome to bring your skills to various learning situations, student recruitment, development of education or even to act as a mentor for our students.
Who are Jamk Alumni?
The alumni network is formed by you, graduates of Jamk University of Applied Sciences, who wish to stay in touch with your old school and fellow students. By being in alumni network, you can influence the development of your field, add to your own competence and create professional contacts important to you. At the same time, you stay connected to your fellow students and the Jamk community.
Continue your studies at Jamk!
Jamk offers studies for Jamk alumni free-of-charge via Open Studies:
- Master-level Study Paths for Bachelor's Degree graduates (for a time-period of two years after graduation)
- Following studies in the Startup Factory for all Jamk alumni for one year after graduation: Idea to business coaching and Business coaching
Enroll via Open Studies web site. Current courses by the Startup Factory can be found in the category of Business on All courses in Open Studies page.
The Voice of Jamk Alumni (Blog)
Alumni stories from Jamk University of Applied Sciences
What do our alumni think of studies in Jamk?
Cyber Security programme provided good tools to consider security aspects
Cyber Security continues to be more relevant in the development of IT environments and services in companies of all sizes not just in large ICT companies.
Jami recommends Sport Business studies
Jami Palsa has recently started his master-studies in JAMK Sport Business Management. He tells about his work at Elämys Group, a Travelling and Event Management Company and the reasons why to study at JAMK.
Jamk’s Sport Business Management programme tackled everything Kyle was looking for
"Jamk tackled everything I was looking for – business isn’t going out of style any time soon, so it’s always a sure way to improve your employability. And the sport aspect of it would help me get back into the hockey business if I wanted to."