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University of Turku to Expand Master of Science Education to Mechanical Engineering and Material Technology – a Sustainable Solution for Expert Shortage

12.07.2019

The Ministry of Education and Culture has authorised the University of Turku to expand its technology education. The University will widen its educational range by adding Master’s Degree Programmes in Mechanical Engineering and Material Technology to its pre-existing Degree Programmes in Biotechnology and Information Technology. In addition, the University of Turku was granted educational responsibility in the Chinese language.

Master's Degree Programme in Gender Studies

The Master's Degree Programme in Gender Studies is built around the interdisciplinary study of gender and sexuality, combining social sciences, arts and humanities. The next intake is in year 2021.

Popular Culture and Politics in the Eurovision Song Contest

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3.5.2019 at 10.00 - 15.15
Programme 10.00–11.00 Welcome Dean Vuletic: Postwar Europe and the Eurovision Song Contest 11.00–12.15 Pia Koivunen: Russia and Ukraine in the Eurovisions: a love–hate relationship Mari Pajala: Israel and Eurovision – a brief history Jan Wickman: A spectre of queer visibility on the ESC stage 12.15...

University of Turku’s 100th Anniversary Work Composed by Mikko Heiniö

25.03.2019

Composer, Professor Emeritus of Musicology Mikko Heiniö has composed the anniversary work entitled Syvyyden yllä tuuli (Wind above the Depths) of the University of Turku’s centenary that will be celebrated next year. The composition will be performed for the first time at the University of Turku’s Anniversary Celebration in February 2020.

KKL Research day

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29.3.2019 at 13.00 - 16.00
PROGRAM 13:15-13:20 Deputy Head of School Matti Peikola opens the research day (TSE-OP lecture hall, Turku School of Economics) 13:20-13:30 The Research Centre for Language Learning introduces itself (TSE-OP lecture hall, Turku School of Economics) 13:30-14:30 Workshops (rooms LS08, LS09, LS10, LS12...

Literature, Ethics and Wellbeing

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15.5.2019 at 12.00 - 16.00
In this joint seminar organised by SELMA and LaWe (Centre for the Study of Language and Wellbeing), we explore various ways of understanding the potential of literature to promote wellbeing. We are interested in wellbeing in a broad, cultural sense and will discuss its links to ethical issues such...