What’s next?

Soon my time at JAMK will be over. After about one year I should be heading out to the real world, and into the irregular hours of event planning. I can still remember my first day clearly and it’s hard to believe so much time has passed since then. The FM studies have offered so…

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Precious first steps

In the beginning of your studies, you’re going to have a wide support system helping you around. This especially means student tutors who are older students from your degree programme. The Finnish students (or those living in Finland) will meet their tutors at the entrance exams and again during orientation in the autumn. But the…

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What to do, what to do?

What is internationality without language skills and international lecturers? Nothing if you ask me. JAMK offers good possibilities for language studies. The wide speck of languages – Finnish (for foreigners), Russian, French, Spanish and Chinese just to name a few – offer something for everyone. Also all the language courses are held in the afternoons…

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FM life

Even though many parts of the students’ life for FMs are similar than for MMMs, I thought that it would be a good idea to mention some things about our studies. However, it is a good idea to read also Mona’s posts to know more about life in Jyväskylä. The FMs are mainly studying at…

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How do we do the things we do

Like I’ve already mentioned, the FM studies have a lot of hands-on-work. Most courses include presentations, and every year we make some sort of projects. This year we, the 3rd year students, are arranging a national Facility Management seminar. Last autumn all tasks were divided between a group of students, and ever since we’ve been…

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A new beginning

They say that change is good. So it’s time for a little change around here: a new campus, a new degree program and a new writer. In other words, it’s time to move on to the next degree program conducted in English. To start off, let me introduce myself. I’m Johanna, a third year student…

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