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Success through Cooperation

Founded in 1950 on the initiative of local businesses, Turku School of Economics is harnessing expertise in the field of economics and business administration, in order to serve the needs of global business life. Our close relationship with companies and organisations results in versatile research, development and educational cooperation, which create added value for both parties.

 
Turku School of Economics is your partner when you wish to
 
• network and share experiences

Executive education

eMBA Turku (Executive Master of Business Administration) is an internationally accredited executive education programme organised by TSE exe and aimed at people working in management and expert positions. TSE exe is also serving organisations by tailoring company-specific development programmes​ which meet their special needs.
 
For further information, please contact Marketing Manager Timo Oksanen, timo.oksanen@utu.fi, +358 40 807 3893
 

The Future is Created through Choices

Finland Futures Research Centre's Futures Focus education and development service offers its clients tools to forecast future developments and control those change processes. We invite you to acquaint yourself with our know-how regarding modern futures research and our unique participatory working methods.
 
Futures Focus offers designed training programmes and expert lectures. We are your partner in your organisations development projects and processes. Futures workshops are particularly appropriate for the analysis of operational environments as well as for development processes.

Contact us, we are your partner on the highway to the futures! Project Manager Riikka Saarimaa, riikka.saarimaa@utu.fi, +358 2 333 9615

Research collaboration

The research of Turku School of Economics seeks to develop academic knowledge with practical impact. Companies as well as other organisations often participate in research projects as active partners and co-creators of new knowledge. The process of participatory research benefits both academia and business life with novel and relevant results.

Contact us, if you are interested in research partnership!

More information: Director Aki Koponen, Centre for Collaborative Research, aki.koponen@utu.fi, +358 50 524 6239

Student cooperation

By means of student cooperation, companies can convey a positive employer image and gather new information and ideas. Students participate in various business projects during their studies. Sponsor entrepreneurship is a form of even closer cooperation.

Several students write their thesis as a commission for a company. Companies can also recruit students for a traineeship or a longer period of time. Turku Academic Career Services is the contact point for commissioning Master's theses, announcing open positions and hiring trainees.

Contact us when you want to know more about cooperation as part of TSE courses, or about closer cooperation through sponsor entrepreneurship! 

More information: Director Aki Koponen, Centre for Collaborative Research, aki.koponen@utu.fi, +358 50 524 6239

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