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In 2022, Jamk Open Studies had the fifth highest number of accomplished credits when comparing universities of applied sciences. The result was slightly less than the previous year, but is the second best number of all time.
Anu Verma and Nalini Patel came to Jamk School of Professional Teacher Education for two months as Ph.D. student research interns funded by the Erasmus Plus project, EDUREFORM from India. What have they experienced and learned during their stay?
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Welcome to the third issue of GeNEdu project news in bilingual! This issue recaps the Review Workshop held from 1st to 3rd of Nov. 2022.
As the project DIRENE is approaching its end, it is time to spread knowledge of our main results. Every higher education institute (HEI) partner will host a Multiplier Event where the results of the project are presented and thus the impact of the project is multiplied.
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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.
The programme was created to strengthen the capabilities of the locally hired teaching staff of Qatar-Finland International School to apply pedagogical approaches and practises widely used in schools in Finland.
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.