Anna Zhuravleva

JAMK Talent Boost Newsletter

Dear international student or graduate, greetings from JAMK Talent Boost!   Talent Boost is a project aimed at improving the opportunities of JAMK’s international students in finding internships or employment in Central Finland. We are hoping to improve the awareness of International Students about the job market and provide extensive information on recruitment, improve Finnish language courses…

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Aleksandra’s Blog: “Learning the language”.

Blog article by Aleksandra Motorina When you are planning to find an internship or work in Finland, it is worth considering studying the Finnish language. Knowledge of the national language/s will increase your chances and expand the opportunities that the labor market offers. Finnish is called one of the difficult languages, but that shouldn’t scare…

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Ramona’s Life In Finland

Blog by Ramona Grunder, Tourism Management student in JAMK who tells about her job experience in Finland before studies in JAMK, shares opinion about her study time and current job. Hi, all, 😊 my name is Ramona and I’m originally from Switzerland, but I have decided to move to Finland after visiting several times and getting to…

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Beauty of Central Finland

Blog by Anna Zhuravleva Hey, fellow students, today I would like to share my blog and thoughts with you!   My name is Anna, and I would like to tell you why I love Central Finland and have chosen it as a place to live.   Among foreign visitors there is a certain false belief that Finland beyond Helsinki is…

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JAMK Talent Boost Newsletter

Talent Boost is a new project that is aimed at improving the opportunities of JAMK’s international students in finding internship or employment in Central Finland. We are hoping to improve the awareness of International Students about the job market and provide extensive information on recruitment, improve Finnish language learning possibilities AMK and strengthen collaboration with businesses and organizations of Central Finland to rise the number of JAMK graduates that get employed in Central Region.  

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