Internationalisation: We welcome students from 23 countries

TAMK Finlayson Campus from back
Finlayson Campus is more international than ever this autumn. New nationalities are present among Degree Programme in Media students, we welcome 21 exchange students (new record), and MA in Screenwriting hosts five international students.

Our first international event will be the Engage Learning Games Summer School August 30 to September 3.
We are expecting guest lecturers and other specialists from the UK, Denmark and Greece. A new international project, "European Virtual Academy" will start.

The international atmosphere will continue in the spring term: we expect 50 international visitors to our International Week April 11-15.

The academic supply for international students will also grow; a new study module for international students, "Future Film Studies", is under construction and is scheduled to kick off in January.

A high number of our students and staff will go abroad as well. All second year students of Degree Programme in Media will participate in EUROPRIX Multimedia Festival in Graz in November, and a group of fine art students participate in the Culture Capital of Europe programme with their exhibition Promoting Changes, to give two examples.