Tag: kansainvälisyys

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Digital Tourism and Sustainable Tourism Futures

Digital tourism technology has potential to create new opportunities for growth and development and it motivates tourism companies to adopt innovative technologies in their products and services.

The changes in the operating environment challenge the tourism industry. What are the working practices in the world that is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA)?

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Kielitietoisuus työpaikalla on resurssiviisautta

Pohjoisessa koulutetut kansainväliset osaajat eivät useinkaan jää hyödyntämään Lappia. Kielitietoinen työnantaja motivoi kansainvälistä työntekijää opettelemaan suomen kieltä. Resurssiviisas työyhteisö puolestaan on tietoinen suomenkielisten jäsentensä kielenkäyttäjäprofiileista ja hyödyntää niitä tarkoituksenmukaisesti.

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International Project Management competence as a bridge to success

This article aims to look at how can global education is a part of teaching at Lapland UAS and how can its results be seen. It provides a case study of former International Project Management specialization study programme and current training within KATOS project aiming to increase EU funded project competence among relevant regional stakeholders.

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Internationalisation through joint collaboration

Knowledge sharing and acquisition forms the foundation for international collaboration during which knowhow is exchanged and new perspectives are gained. Lapland UAS has an established network of international partners and has been involved in various international activities to enhance its global reach and address the strategic issues concerning internationalisation.

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Developing cooperation between Lappish companies and international students while supporting the employment opportunities of international talents

Entrepreneurs and organisations can collaborate with International Business students in various ways. For example, they can provide students with thesis ideas and topics, offer practical training positions, and participate in different sorts of events and even lectures.

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Internationalisation from within – International students strengthen the intercultural competence in local businesses

Tourism companies in Lapland are in many ways trailblazers for internationalisation, when it comes to marketing, serving customers and managing human resources internationally. In this article, we demonstrate how international students can concretely enrich the intercultural competence in local businesses.