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Eastern Finland can congratulate itself on being attractive to international talent: International Master’s degree students at the University of Eastern Finland are willing to both find employment and live in the region after graduation.
Tuuli Ahonen and Glyd Jun Aranes have been selected as new student representatives of the University of Eastern Finland to the Young Universities for the Future of Europe, YUFE, network.
The University of Eastern Finland’s new Well-being Coordinators have started their work today, on 26 April. The aim is to provide students with peer support in the midst of challenges caused by the pandemic.
Maiju Karjalainen graduated from UEF's and Toyohashi University of Technology’s (TUT) joint Master’s degree programme last autumn. The double degree included studies and an opportunity to do an internship in Japan.
The University of Eastern Finland is prepared to organise the entrance examinations in a safe manner.