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Culture Collective: Turku is a new crew of students who share tips about the local culture and folk in English.
For a small-ish city Turku offers a nice variety of events, activities and friendly locations for LGBTQIA+ people. Check out our tips for the queer crowd.
Finland’s controversial funding model prioritises publishing channels. Internationalisation can easily override studies written in Finnish and benefitting the Finnish society.
Foreign people in Finland may not know what to expect when they hear about Vappu, the Labour Day.
Tutors can help in making the connections between international students and organizations.
Do you remember or can you imagine the first days of your studies abroad?
In an attempt to maintain their competitiveness, many countries have seen the rise of a new export product: education.
Wall murals are becoming increasingly common in Finland’s cityscape. Might we get some to the Student Village as well?
Yoojin Kim compared the role of homeroom teachers in study guidance in Korea and Finland in her Master's thesis.
As of 2017 Turun ylioppilaslehti will publish more content in English.
From now on all the articles will be posted under the new “In English” section on our website.