CARPE, the Consortium on Applied Research and Professional Education is the first strategic alliance of a number of European universities of applied sciences. The partners aim to encourage cooperation in European research programmes and jointly develop educational programmes. They will also mutually exchange students and staff. An important point of departure in this collaboration is the link between education, research, businesses and organisations, through which knowledge acquires both social and economic value.

CARPE-partners are: Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Universitat Politècnica de València, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Manchester Metropolitan University and HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. > Read more

TUAS International Weeks 2017

TUAS International Weeks 2017

Turku University of Applied Sciences will host two international weeks in 2017: International Sharing Excellence Week for Administrative Staff, 5-10 June 2017 The 8th International Week at TUAS, Faculty of Health and Well-being, 25-29 September 2017 Please visit TUAS' International Weeks website for more information and register (registration now open for the week in...

Students MPM from Turku and HU work together

Students MPM from Turku and HU work together

February 10 and 11 a group of 15 Dutch students of Master Project Management (MPM) traveled to Turku (Finland). Together with 30 Finnish MPM students they had an intensive two-day program on sustainability in project management, international and virtual collaboration....

Call for Proposals: 2017 EAIR PORTO FORUM

Call for Proposals: 2017 EAIR PORTO FORUM

The 39th Annual EAIR Forum, which is to be hosted by the University of Porto, Portugal, will be organized in September 2017. The theme of the 2017 EAIR Porto Forum is “UNDER PRESSURE? HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS COPING WITH MULTIPLE CHALLENGES”....