Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK)
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Kenyan RiMCE students met Finnish Circular Economy players
The group of 25 Kenyan Risk Management and Circular Economy (RiMCE) Master’s students visited Helsinki 16th November. A very early start from Tampere and a long day paid off. In visits to Sitra (The Finnish Innovation Fund) and to Finnish Environment Institute (Syke) students learnt to know two important promoters of circular economy not only in Finland but globally.
The life of a final year student in Software Engineering at TAMK.
Xin chao, Moika and Hi, I’m Yen Tran – an international student pursuing a Software Engineering Bachelor’s Degree at TAMK. I’m now in my final year, and it’s been a while since I last wrote on this blog.
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