10.11.2016 | Turku UAS
TUAS number one in getting external fundingBased on the RDI indicators collected yearly by the Ministry of Culture and Education, TUAS was in 2015 the university of applied sciences with the largest amount of external funding. TUAS managed to get EUR 5,039,000 of RDI funding.
9.11.2016 | Research, Development and Innovation
Turku has the best research on wireless communications in EuropeTUAS' research group has received a top EU prize for development work of wireless data transfer. The prize money goes to funding the best research in Europe on radio technology and spectrum sharing.
8.11.2016 | Turku UAS
How do we invest in well-being?Social investment refers to investing money or work contribution in the well-being of people and communities. It’s not about income transfer but activity, which aims at the permanent improvement of the ability to function of people in need of help.
25.10.2016 | Turku UAS
Based on experiences, families prefer integrated maternity and child health clinicsLecturer Miia Tuominen from TUAS defended her doctoral dissertation on 1 October 2016. Her new doctoral research in the field of Public Health Science compares integrated maternity and child health clinics with a separate maternity clinic and child health clinic model.
23.9.2016 | Turku UAS
The first invited TUAS Fellows introducedOn Thursday 8 September TUAS’ new academic year 2016–2017 was opened. At the opening event, the new TUAS Fellow expert system was launched, the different activities within TUAS were introduced to the guests and distinguished members of the TUAS community were awarded. This year the theme of the opening ceremony was entrepreneurship.
Chinese nurses were coached in BeijingIn January, twelve Chinese nurses started a six-month training course to complement their nursing degrees in order to meet Finnish and EU requirements. In November 2015, the students were selected through an entrance examination which measured their language skills, nursing competence and the ability to adapt to a new culture.
Turku Game Lab success storiesTurku Game Lab is a joint working environment between the University of Turku and TUAS which provides services in game education and development. In our curriculum, students work in various roles together with our experts and project managers who coach them in game development activities.
25.8.2016 | Turku UAS
TUAS supports the circular route towards KupittaaImplementing the new circular route, planned for the Turku region public transport between the student village, Kupittaa and Itäharju, is vital for both students and working life. Students and the representatives of Turku University of Applied Sciences support the route plan.
16.8.2016 | Turku UAS