[EN] The Faculty of Science now gives campus-specific instructions for staff and students regarding the corona virus (covid-19) outbreak. They complement the university-wide instructions and will be updated as the situation changes. Continue reading
Jatkuva oppiminen on yksi yliopiston tehtävistä. Vuodesta 2021 lähtien sen painoarvo yliopistojen rahoitusmallissa kasvaa 2,5-kertaiseksi aiempaan verrattuna. Tietojenkäsittelytieteessä hihat on kääritty jo aiemmin. Vuonna 2019 peräti 25% kaikista Avoimen yliopiston kirjaamista ei-tutkinto-opiskelijoiden suorituksista oli tietojenkäsittelytieteen ja datatieteen ohjelmien järjestämää opetusta – suurelta osin avoimia verkkokursseja.
Tietojenkäsittelytieteen edelläkävijyys avoimissa verkkokursseissa on monen tekijän summa: Continue reading
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In the second event of the Kumpula Learning Together Colloquium on 6th February, Teemu Roos, professor of computer science, spoke on “Same but different – Making online education scalable but personal”.
In the next events of the colloquium, 24th February and 2nd March, themes will be centered around working life. Speakers are Kristiina Mäkelä, Professor of International Business, Aalto University and Veli-Pekka Luoma, ICT Executive, Nokia SW Digital Intelligence – see more information in the end of this post. Continue reading
[For Finnish, see below]
In the first event of Kumpula Colloquium Learning Together on 29th January, Chief Digital Officer Jaakko Kurhila gave a talk titled “Tensions Rising for the Eternal Ivory Tower: Education as a Service”. Recording of Kurhila’s talk is available here.
In the next colloquium 6th February, professor Teemu Roos will give a talk “Same but different – Making online education scalable but personal”. Presentations and the discussion will be recorded and published in Unitube soon after the events.
[For Finnish, see below]
On Thursday 16.4.2020 we will have the second edition of the mental health event ‘’In Kumpula we can manage… or can we?’’ for Kumpula students and staff.
Save the date! Continue reading
The Science Student’s Association Matlu established an International Committee in December of 2019.
“The Committee is charged with the responsibility to promote the interests of international students in Kumpula. Our goal is to organise fun events for international and internationally-minded students. For example, we are currently planning an International Sitsit and International Hangouts.”
Come and get to know the MSc programmes on Kumpula campus!
MSc programmes on Kumpula Science campus will organise info sessions presenting what studying is like in their programme. The info sessions are for all BSc level students. They are a great way to see all the possibilities each programme has to offer and ask questions about the studies!
The events take place on Kumpula campus between Mon 3 Feb and Tue 11 Feb. Continue reading
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Kumpula Learning Together Colloquium invites you to ponder about what teaching and learning could be like in future. The Kumpula Learning Together Colloquia events don’t give you answers but rather aim to raise questions and ideas regarding how we teach and learn.
First events of the series are:
Wed, 29 Jan 2020, at 14:15 in Exactum A111:
Jaakko Kurhila, Chief Digital Officer, University of Helsinki:
Tensions Rising for the Eternal Ivory Tower: Education as a Service
Register to the first event using this link
6th February, at 15:00 in Exactum CK112:
Teemu Roos, Professor of Computer Science, University of Helsinki
Same but different – making online education scalable but personal
Register to the second event using this link
The University of Helsinki received 4700 applications to its master’s programmes in the call that closed on Jan 10th, 2020. This is an increase of over 20% over the previous year.
Two of the three most popular programmes of the university are in the Faculty of Science: MSc in Data Science is #1, tied with MSc in Environmental Change and Global Sustainability with 355 applications each, while MSc in Computer Science is #3 with 269 applications. In 2019, the numbers of applicants were 278 and 225, respectively, so the increase has been 28% and 20%, respectively. Continue reading