Student Projects

Kiikarit, joiden sisällä on silmät.

Student projects offered by a workplace can be a smaller group or individual tasks, which are carried out under the guidance of our lecturers as a learning task for the course. We offer our students work-based learning environments, so the studied projects can be placed as part of almost all study periods.

Our offices are located in the Helsinki metropolitan area, Southwest Finland, Central Finland and Northern Savonia. Through our multimodal online studies, we have students from Sydney to Utsjoki. Thanks to our geographical coverage, we have been able to offer ministries survey projects that help better reach young people.

UAS cooperation is part of the social responsibility of companies and organizations. A small development task becomes bigger in size. In addition, it is a meaningful learning task that helps a student develop into a professional in their field.

You can submit the project easily by using an online form. In it you introduce the students to the project and its goals. After that, they work under the guidance of their coaches and at the end of the course you will hear what they have achieved.

What kind of work do trainees do?

In the early stages of studies, projects introduce people to working life and the profession. At the end of the studies, the focus is on more demanding and independent work tasks.

Typical tasks to be studied include:

  • marketing
  • acting as trade fair assistants
  • communication of events or organizations
  • various community and inclusive activities planning
  • participation in event productions
  • making videos
  • various research and study projects
  • making communication and marketing plans

Contact Us for More Information


  • Cultural Management
    Head of Education Katri Kaalikoski
    +358 50 4119 606
  • Interpreting
    Head of Education Tytti Koslonen
    +358 400 349 331
  • Community Education
    Head of Education Reijo Viitanen
    +358 400 349 265
  • Team Leader, Languages and International Affairs Kim Lindblad
    +358 400 349 279