Our new website in English launched!
Turku University of Applied Sciences launched its new website in English today, on 11 March.
The new website is designed to be responsive, thus it will adjust the view based on the device you are using. The user experience is the same no matter whether you are using a mobile device or desktop computer.
For whom the new website is intended (by navigation bar titles)
- Study at TUAS: individuals interested in studying at TUAS (degree studies, exchange studies, open studies)
- Services: corporate clients looking for tailored training solutions
- Research and development: individuals, companies and other organisations, and potential project partners interested in TUAS’ publications, projects and research groups
- About us: all user groups, the media, co-operation partners
NB: Information targeted at TUAS students and staff members will continue to be available in TUAS’ intranet (Messi).
The home page of the new website includes the latest news, articles and events, but also information about courses and other training opportunities for which you may enrol. Under the main navigation bar titles, you can find extensive service directories where, by using different search criteria, you can sort and filter for instance degrees, training opportunities, services and projects.
All the material published on the site is protected by copyright and is owned by Turku University of Applied Sciences.
Our website is designed to work with the most popular combinations of web browsers and operating systems. However, please note that the website works the best when you use the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome or Safari. Older versions do not necessarily support responsive sites.
The website project group, formed by representatives from the software company Anders Inno and TUAS, convened every other week. In the photo, from left to right: Jere Kämppi (Anders Inno), Saku Vina (TUAS), Juuso Holm (Anders Inno), Päivi Saalasto (TUAS), Johanna Stenroos (TUAS), Sara Pietilä (TUAS) and Joni Marttinen (Anders Inno).