University of Turku

简介

The University of Turku (UTU) is an international research university located in Southwest Finland in the Student city of Turku. We are an active academic community of nearly 24,000 students and employees with over 100 nationalities.

Our aim and ambition is to provide students with innovative problem solving skills and a high-standard, multidisciplinary education based on the latest research.

The University of Turku is the most international university in Finland (THE Ranking 2016) offering study and research opportunities in seven faculties and seven special units and interdisciplinary centres – expertise ranking from humanities to natural sciences.

Our teaching staff is determined to develop the students' skills for working life, as well as new study environments and methods. The graduates of UTU are creative experts and future visionaries who reach beyond the traditional discipline borders.

Thanks to our outstanding services, compact campus and active student life, international students feel at home and safe from the very beginning of their stay.

10 Best reasons to choose UTU

  • UTU is the most international university in Finland
  • Master Degree and Doctoral Programmes based on our strengths in research
  • Future career prospects
  • Generous scholarships available for talented students
  • Professors and lecturers that challenge you to learn
  • Personal support and services throughout your studies
  • Excellent facilities and learning environments
  • Wide selection of optional and minor studies
  • Active student life and versatile activities
  • Compact campus where all is near

Read more: utu.fi/masters

University Rankings: UTU among the Best 1 %

Expertise found in Turku has also been noticed worldwide. Success in international university rankings and the multiple recognitions and awards are great examples. Of the over 20,000 universities in the world, the University of Turku is among the top one percent.

In nine subjects, including e.g. Medicine, Biological Sciences, Dentistry and Nursing, the University of Turku ranks among the 200 best in the world (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016). 4,226 universities in 42 subject areas were evaluated, and the ranking was based on academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact.

Welcome to the Student City of Turku

The University Campus in Turku is located near the city centre. With a bike or on foot you can easily move from one place – and time – to another. In 1640 the first university students in Finland began their studies right here in Turku. Today, on the same campus, future innovations and technologies are developed and Turku is a genuine student city with over 40,000 university students.

Reasonable living costs with many housing options, full-scale public and private services, vivid cultural life and a variety of outdoor recreation possibilities by the surrounding Archipelago Sea guarantee that Turku offers the best location and the best quality of life for your Master’s studies.

Welcome to Turku, Finland!

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性别研究硕士学位课程

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

该硕士课程性别研究是围绕着性别和性的跨学科研究建,结合社会科学和艺术与人文。 [+]

http://masters.utu.fi/ 硕士课程性别研究 获取性别研究领域的先进和跨学科的培训! 该硕士课程性别研究是围绕着性别和性的跨学科研究建,结合社会科学和艺术与人文。 您将获得有关性别政策和政治能力,并获得对与性别,女性主义,性别平等,生产力量和知识的中心问题独立工作能力。 该计划是专为谁希望从事研究,政治学,机会平等政策和人权机构工作的学生的绝佳选择。 此外,组织私营和公共部门以及非政府组织和民间社会是可能的职业发展道路。 该方案是与坦佩雷大学合作举办。 计划简言之 卓越的学术成就及经验 多学科硕士性别研究的学位为您提供了性别研究领域的高级培训。 该计划的目的是在芬兰和国际学生提供各种学术背景和职业计划。 它是围绕着性别和性的跨学科研究中建,缩小社会科学,艺术与人文之间的鸿沟。 你会得到解决最新的辩论,采用前沿研究,从研究这个令人兴奋的和不断增长的领域。 该课程结合本地,跨文化,跨国重点。 它会鼓励你培养扩大对性别和性知识的全球,本地和历史背景的创新,交叉的和跨学科的方式。 程度与从事性别研究相关的广泛和多学科的观点: 女权主义研究 酷儿研究 变性研究 性学研究 种族和族裔研究 残疾研究 区域和全球研究 文化学习 后殖民和跨国研究 该硕士课程性别研究会给你能力的性别政策和政治。 您也将获得对有关性别,女权主义,性别平等,以及生产力量和知识的中心问题独立工作能力。 这些能力包括使用性别作为分析范畴和科学,政治,艺术和文化中重要问题的关键角度和社会问题。 联合方案 本方案的范围和程度是独一无二的。 由于两所大学,图尔库大学和坦佩雷大学的一个联合学位的合作,它结合了性别研究的两个特殊的研究和教学资料。 这保证了广泛的,跨学科的专业知识。 在图尔库的硕士课程的性别研究大学人文学院组织。 学生还必须从大学内的其他计划提供了许多其他课程中获益的可能性。 主要研究领域是: 女性主义学术 研究影响 新唯物主义 反式研究 在坦佩雷大学的课程是社会科学和人文学院的全球社会框架的一部分。 在此框架内,学生必须从其他程序提供了许多其他课程中获益的可能性。 此外,研究人员性别网络定期组织研究讨论。 重点研究和教学的主题是 性别和实施方案 在改变社会性别化实践 知识生产的性别,自然和环境的本地和全球的订单 生态的选择在日常生活中; 女同性恋和酷儿研究 新唯物主义 在亲密关系中的情感不平等 硕士论文和研究主题 在硕士论文的学生必须证明自己做的科研工作和管理的研究方法,研究领域的知识,科学写作技巧的能力。 的论文题目举例如下: 转化机构,流浪的愿望:在非异性恋变性人实施性别和性的内部行为 女权主义老年医学:对老年妇女的性别研究 孩子们的游戏:在幼儿园的生活性别意识的观点 职业选择 能力描述 硕士课程性别研究会为您提供了高品质和丰富的专业知识上与性别,性倾向,性别平等和社会平等机会的问题。 在该方案中,学习: 分析性别和性如何组织社会结构,文化习俗,人际交往和人的身份 申请女权概念化和研究方法 制定相关问题的研究 促进各种作业和任务性别平等和人权 产生新的知识,在社会性别和性化平等工作 技能在连接严格审查的权力关系被边缘化或者被压迫群体 您获得以下实用技巧: 收集和使用各种研究数据 以文字和口头介绍你的分析以科学方法 证明你的分析选择 分析思考和解决问题的能力 书面和口头沟通技巧 协同工作能力和组织能力 作业选项 该计划是专为谁希望追求事业的学生一个很好的选择 国家和国际研究 国内和国际政治 机会平等政策 在私营和公共部门以及非政府组织和民间社会的人权机构和组织 艺术,写作和媒体的职业生涯 毕业生的权力关系和社会公正问题的知识准备对其进行政府和法理立场。 由于该方案的跨学科,毕业生将成为研究生涯做好准备。 工作生活连接是通过邀请客座讲师的课程,例如,从芬兰,北欧和欧洲的政府和非政府组织实现。 学生也将被鼓励完成计划期间的实习。 实习是可选的,但可以包括在程度。 职业生涯研究 您将紧密结合到正在进行的研究在该地区。该方案提供了科学研究生学位的研究资格。度可以在图尔库大学完成。 入学要求 一般学位要求 申请学生必须提供一份完整的大学水平的学士学位或同等学历性别研究的领域。入学的决定将基于: 申请人上次程度的相关性(S) 量,相关性和课程的成绩的程度(S) 相关工作经验 其他优点和资格 语言测试结果(见语言的要求) 动机信表达了动力,在这个计划专门研究 语言要求 申请人都要求有英语的一个很好的了解。 该区域中的至少一种语言的附加知识是有利的。 申请人必须证明他们的英语知识,由人文学院接受下列方式之一: 学士学位或英文在澳大利亚,加拿大,爱尔兰,新西兰,英国和美国进行同等程度 学士学位或英语语言课程在欧盟/欧洲经济区国家,包括英语语言学习进行同等程度 以下其中一个语言测试。在图尔库大学,获得批准的最低分数是: 托福考试:从笔试575分,从网考92分,没有个人得分低于20(即阅读,听力,口语,写作) 雅思学术:最低IELTS的成绩是6.5,也没有个人得分低于6.0(即听力,阅读,写作,口语) 英语学术的Pearson检验,PTE学术英语考试,最低分数线62,并且在54分测验没有得分(如沟通技巧:听力,阅读,口语,写作) 熟练的英语证书(CPE):通等级A,B或C 该高级英语证书(CAE):通等级A,B或C 每个部分最低分数5:语言能力在英语国家证书由教育芬兰国家局设置的测试 没有其他语言测试或申请人的语言能力的语句将被接受。 前两年多的申请截止日期采取语言测试将不被接受。 在填写托福报名表,请在大学招生填写芬兰机构代码3138的成绩单收件人场。 分数滑倒或申请人提供其复印件不被接受。 对于其他测试,请针对测试结果大学招生芬兰。 得分的申请人的副本也是可以接受的,只要它是从测试组织者核查。 作为附件发送到电子邮件,考试成绩是不能接受的。 如何以及何时申请 该计划的报名时间为每两年围绕岁末年初。 这些研究在以下8 - 9月开始。 只有一个进气每两年和研究只能在以下秋启动。 为在九月从2017年开始研究,报名时间为2016年12月1日至一月13日2017年15时(在芬兰,北京时间当地时间)。 学生选择申请文件的基础上进行;没有入学考试。 请申请前仔细阅读所有的应用程序的说明和详细的入学要求。 请确保您在申请之前同时满足入学和语言要求。 应用程序是在Studyinfo门户网站做(www.studyinfo.fi)。在性别研究,图尔库大学搜索硕士课程。 步骤1。 在网上填写申请表。 网上申请只开放申请期间,所以一定要会2016年1月13日之前完成您的应用程序在15:00:00(芬兰当地时间,GTM + 2)。 当在填写申请表,准备: 写求职信 在描述你的机构在你的研究时使用的分级量表。 该分级标准必须包括所有的成绩和出现在你的记录誊本及它们之间的相互关系的标志。 你也应该提供一个链接到官方网站,在这个信息可以验证。 (在许多情况下,这种信息已经包括在记录的转录物)。 步骤2。 收集所需的申请文件。 步骤3。 通过邮件发送以下申请材料到大学招生办公室芬兰。申请文件必须在申请截止日前到达: 原来的学位证书的原始语言的官方认证副本 从高等教育的欧洲机构文凭补充 学位证的英文翻译的正式核证副本 研究记录的官方认证原始成绩单(原语言)和英文翻译 英语语言能力证明(见语言的要求) 请参阅该国证明复印件并提交文件的具体要求。大学招生芬兰地址:大学招生芬兰 Unioninkatu 40℃ FI-00170赫尔辛基 申请截止日期后抵达芬兰应用程序不考虑。 上的应用程序邮戳日期将不被考虑;应用程序必须在上述截止日期前在大学招生芬兰到达。 除提交学历证书的正式证明份,承认申请人必须证明在人文系原来的教育文件(学位证书和研究记录副本),以便能够在芬兰到达后与大学注册。 其他信息 该硕士课程性别研究是图尔库大学和坦佩雷大学之间的合作。 申请人被允许适用于双方或一方计划内的大学。 如果申请者申请两所大学,申请人的家庭大学首选项必须在申请表中注明。 每两年,5名学生被录取在图尔库大学的计划。 所有学生都必须在秋季学期开始启动,并没有为春季学期没有单独录取。 由于有限的录取名额,占有度的要求并不保证录取。 只有那些已经达到的学习成绩高水平他们先前的研究谁的申请人将被录取。 学生申请截止日期毕业后可申请在下列附着物提交以下条件: 一个临时的(临时)学位的教育机构的学生谁成功完成列入学位(学生已经毕业),或所有的研究颁发的证书 该机构的声明中表示,学位证书就会被给定的日期(七月十五日)完成,研究成绩单 在英语文档的翻译 在准入的情况下,学位证书或临时(临时)学位由该机构颁发的证书的官方和核证副本必须由人文学院(在芬兰当地时间)收到2017年7月15日15:00。 地址:人文学院,FI - 芬兰土尔库的20014大学(访问地址:Koskenniemenkatu 4)。 关于认证和提交文件的方式一般和国家的具体要求也必须申请期限届满后执行。 一般情况下,需要作为官方认证副本申请文件必须承受来自学位授予机构或公证人授权的正式大学的官方印章和签字。 所有的翻译必须由经过授权的翻译进行。 如果翻译的副本提交的,这些也必须正式认证。 以下文档是可选的,并且不以任何方式影响该应用程序。 它跟它处理申请人的文件,这些文件有时包含不同的形式申请人的姓名时,识别的目的: 包括申请人的姓名,出生日期和照片的日期,护照或身份证的信息页复印件。 在申请轮次,次要/高中证书可从申请人提出要求,如果这是必要确定申请人以前的教育的长度(这关系到学位少数国家)。 申请人应注册,以便将语言测试足够早,例如,在测试前一天1-2个月。 因为测试结果是在申请期结束需要和测试可能充满了晚申请,这是非常重要的。 申请文件将不予退还给申请人也不是可能在以后的应用时期同一提交的文件适用。 通过e-mail或传真发送的申请不被接受。 不完整的申请将不会被处理。 ©图尔库市和图尔库通讯大学 [-]

MSc

Master’s Degree Programme in Embedded Computing

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

The Master’s Degree Programme in Embedded Computing gives profound knowledge in the field of embedded computing, cyber-physical systems (CPS) and internet of things (IoT). The Programme builds an understanding of theoretical issues and practical competences for challenging design tasks in the field of embedded systems. [+]

Master’s Degree Programme in Embedded Computing Become an expert in embedded systems design! The Master’s Degree Programme in Embedded Computing gives profound knowledge in the field of embedded computing, cyber-physical systems (CPS) and internet of things (IoT). The Programme builds an understanding of theoretical issues and practical competences for challenging design tasks in the field of embedded systems. In order to master the development process, you will obtain a firm foundation of design methods, software and hardware architectures, as well as programming of embedded systems. Together with innovation and entrepreneurship studies, the Programme enables you to work in the embedded systems industry from start-ups to large-scale enterprises. After graduation, you can pursue a career in academia, industry or the public sector. The Programme is organised in co-operation with Åbo Akademi University. PROGRAMME IN BRIEF Programme structure Advanced-level studies in the major subject (65-70 ECTS) Compulsory courses Compulsory as well as optional courses Optional and language studies (20-25 ECTS) Optional studies in the minor subject (20 ECTS) Language studies (0-5 ECTS) Master’s thesis (30 ECTS) Academic excellence & experience Master’s Degree Programme in Embedded Computing is a two-year programme in the field of technology. It is designed to give you understanding of theoretical issues for starting PhD studies in the fields of embedded computing, cyber-physical systems (CPS) and internet of things (IoT). It also provides you with practical competences for challenging engineering jobs in the embedded systems industry. The Programme is jointly managed by the University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University. The goal of the Programme is to offer education on modern embedded system design and modelling. Both hardware and software aspects are covered. You will obtain a firm foundation to design, model and implement embedded systems, including cyber-physical and IoT systems as well. To master the development process, you will have an understanding of: design constraints hardware/software tradeoffs design methods and software hardware architectures low-level programming of embedded and IoT systems Research in the Programme focuses on Internet of Things (IoT), novel massively parallel computing platforms and paradigms, as well as autonomous embedded and cyber physical systems (CPS). The key application domains for the research are personal health, safety and well-being. The focus is on application development and implementation tools for multiprocessor platforms that are developed within the laboratory and wireless sensor networks. Master's thesis & topics In the Master’s thesis, you must prove your ability to do scientific work. You need to master management of research methods, knowledge of the research field and skill of scientific writing. The goal of the Master’s thesis is: to train independent problem solving for demanding research questions to train presentation and argumentation skills, both oral and written to train search and critical evaluation of information to develop an ability to engage in a constructive dialogue with related disciplines to gain insight into actual research and development work as well as the possibilities and constraints of embedded computing methods in the application domain and in the society at large Examples of thesis topics: Internet of Things Platform Interchangeability with Radiation Meter Embedded System Design of Touch Panel Screen for IoT Applications Task Migration Implement for Fault-Aware Resource Management of Networked Many-Core Systems Hybrid Memory for Next Generation Chip Interoperability Solutions for IoT Protocols via Intelligent Gateway Parallelization of Sorting Algorithms with GPU Embedded Service Bus for Internet of Things Interoperability ENTRY REQUIREMENTS General degree requirements A BSc degree that formally qualifies the applicant to access Master’s level studies in the country where it has been completed. This degree should correspond to at least 180 ECTS (European credits) or to a minimum of three years of full-time study. It should be awarded by a full university (i.e. an institution of higher education offering a doctorate). OR A polytechnic degree from a Finnish University of Applied Sciences (ammattikorkeakoulu). Students with such degree might however be required to complete additional studies while studying for the Master’s degree to qualify for Master’s degree studies (see additional studies). Also, possible work experience can be considered as additional studies. Applicants seeking admission on the basis of a degree from a Finnish University of Applied Sciences should note the language requirement concerning the Finnish language. Programme-Specific Degree Requirements The applicant’s previous degree on the basis of which they are seeking admission to the Programme should be in a relevant field of study: computer science (software oriented applicants) computer engineering (hardware and/or software oriented applicants with e.g. electronic engineering, digital hardware, or embedded systems backgrounds) The decision for admission will be based on the relevance of: the applicant’s previous degree(s) the amount, relevance and grades of the courses in the degree(s) language test result (see Language requirements) motivation letter the applicant’s preference for home university Study merits in the applicant’s previous degree (BSc) are highly relevant. The letter of motivation is another important factor in considering the applicant’s suitability. If needed, the most promising applicants will be invited to an interview. A previously earned Master’s degree does not automatically place the applicant ahead of other applicants. Additional Studies The contents of formally eligible applicants’ previous degrees do not always correspond to the academic level of the Programme. Therefore admitted students can be advised or required to complete additional, Bachelor level studies (see language requirements). These can be done while studying for the Master’s Degree, but they are not part of the degree and may extend the targeted study time. The additional studies may be included in the optional studies of the Master’s degree only if the applicant lacks previous knowledge in a certain field that is required for following a specific course within the Programme Language Requirements All applicants must prove their English language skills in one of the ways accepted by the Faculty. Applicants seeking admission on the basis of polytechnic degree from a Finnish University of Applied Sciences must prove their proficiency also in Finnish. This is because the additional studies that need to be completed during their Master’s level studies are available only in Finnish. HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY Application Form and Enclosures Applications are done on the Studyinfo portal (www.studyinfo.fi). Search for the Master’s Degree Programme in Embedded Computing, University of Turku. The application period is 1 December 2016 – 13 January 2017 at 15.00 (local time in Finland, GMT +2) for studies starting in September 2017. STEP 1. Fill in the online application form. The online application is open only during the application period, so make sure you will finish your application before 13 January 2017 at 15:00:00 (Local time in Finland, GTM+2). When filling in the application form, be prepared to: write a motivation letter describe the grading scale used at your institution at the time of your studies. The grading scale must include all the grades and marks appearing on your transcript of records and their relation to each other. You should also provide a link to an official website where this information can be verified. (In many cases this information is already included in the transcript of records.) In addition to filling the electronic application, the applicant must print the application form and send it together with necessary enclosures to University Admissions Finland. STEP 2. Collect the required application documents. STEP 3. Send the following application documents to University Admissions Finland office by mail. The application documents have to arrive by the application deadline: an officially certified copy of the original degree certificate (in the original language) AND an English, Finnish or Swedish translation (or Diploma Supplement from European institutions of higher education) an officially certified copy of the original transcript of study records (in the original language) AND an English, Finnish or Swedish translation (or an English-language Diploma Supplement concerning graduates from European institutions of higher education). certificate of English language skills (see Language requirements) certificate of Finnish language skills (required only from applicants who are seeking admission on the basis of a degree from a Finnish University of Applied Sciences, see Language requirements) Please see the country specific requirements for certifying the copies and submitting the documents: http://universityadmissions.fi/?page_id=24 Address of the University Admissions Finland: University Admissions Finland Unioninkatu 40 C FI-00170 Helsinki FINLAND Applications arriving after the application deadline are not considered. Postmark dates on the applications will not be taken into account; the applications must arrive at the University Admissions Finland before the above deadline. In addition to submitting officially attested copies of educational certificates, the admitted applicant will have to show the originals of their educational documents (degree certificate and transcript of study records) at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences in order to be able to register with the university after arrival in Finland. Additional information The master’s degree programme in Embedded Computing is a co-operation between the University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University. An applicant is allowed to apply to both of or either of the universities within the programme. If an applicant applies to both universities, the applicant’s preference for home university must be indicated in the application form. Annually 10 students are admitted to the programme per university (University of Turku & Åbo Akademi University), so that the total quota is 20 students per year. All students are required to start at the beginning of the autumn term, and there is no separate admission for the spring term. Because of the limited admission quota possession of the degree requirements does not guarantee admission. Only those applicants who have attained a high level of academic performance in their previous studies will be admitted. Students graduating after the application deadline may apply, on the condition that the following attachments are submitted: certified copy of the original degree certificate (in the original language) final transcript their English, Finnish or Swedish translations or an English-language Diploma Supplement concerning graduates from European institutions of higher education The attachments need to be submitted and arrive at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences by the by the 14 July 2017 at 15:00 (local time in Finland, GMT +2). The general and country specific requirements concerning the way of certifying and submitting the documents must be followed also after the expiry of the application period. The application documents required as officially certified copies must bear the official stamp and signature of an authorized university official from the institution awarding the degree or a notary public. All translations must be made by an authorized translator. If copies of translations are submitted those must also be officially certified. The following document is optional and does not affect the application in any way. It is simply asked for identification purposes when handling the applicant’s documents, which sometimes contain the applicant’s name in different forms: Copy of information page of the passport or identification card containing the applicant’s name, date of birth and photo. During the application round, a secondary/high school certificate may be requested from the applicant. This might be necessary for determining the length of the applicant’s previous education (this concerns degrees from a minority of countries). An applicant should enrol to a language test early enough, e.g., 1-2 months before a test day. This is important because the test results are needed at the end of the application period. Tests might be full for a late applicant. Application documents will not be returned to the applicant. It is not possible to apply with the same submitted documents in later application periods. Applications sent by e-mail or fax are not accepted. Incomplete applications will not be processed. ©City of Turku and University of Turku Communications [-]

Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

The Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management is designed to bring a scientific mindset to managerial challenges at the crossroads of International Business, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. [+]

Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management Innovative leaders for the future world! The Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management is designed to bring a scientific mindset to managerial challenges at the crossroads of International Business, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. In the Master’s Degree Programme, you will acquire advanced knowledge in innovation management related theories and practices and will be able to develop and apply frameworks which help to understand how innovations are created, launched and managed in an international setting. You will also learn how entrepreneurial activities are formed and what are the key strategies that companies use in order to expand. The competence gained in the Programme opens up numerous career opportunities in different kinds of organisational settings and roles as well as the possibility to apply for doctoral training. PROGRAMME IN BRIEF Programme structure The extent of the Programme is 120 ECTS credits and the degree is designed to be completed in two years. In addition to major and minor studies, students must take language studies and need to complete methodology courses. Students should note that this is a full-time Programme and most courses have compulsory attendance. In addition to courses focusing on international business, entrepreneurship and innovation management, students can take elective courses. Academic excellence & experience Turku School of Economics (TSE) at the University of Turku is one of the largest faculties for education in business science in Finland. The studies include a comprehensive choice of economic sciences, other business and finance-related subjects and foreign languages. You will be part of a solid scientific community – set in a modern and demanding study environment – in which you can develop your skills and competence. The expertise of TSE in international business combined with Finnish global competitiveness in technological innovation provides unique conditions that make this Programme an unparalleled experience, enabling students to think in new and constructive ways. Turku School of Economics employs a variety of teaching methods that are carefully combined to give students the opportunity to learn effectively. In addition to interactive lectures, case studies, problem-solving exercises and e-learning models complement traditional learning methods. This combination allows for the integration of theoretical insights into the real-life aspects of business. The graduates of the Master’s Degree Programme in Global Innovation Management acquire knowledge, accumulate experience and develop important personal skills. The Programme offers lectures and seminars with class sizes varying between 10 and 30 students on average. On most courses, you will gain experience of intercultural communication by engaging in team-sized collaborative learning groups. Graduates from the Programme have a very strong foundation in research and inquiry. They are trained to utilise scientific methods to solve real world problems. They can actively apply their expertise to new situations and generate new knowledge. Master's thesis & topics At its best, a Master’s thesis is a productive and advanced study in the problematics of a specific subject. The process involves a set number of compulsory seminar group meetings, since a fundamental part of the learning process is the oral presentation of one’s own work and the ability to discuss the works of others. Upon completion of the Master’s thesis, you: are able to apply the research methods on your area of specialisation in an independent research work that follows good scientific practice are able to choose and formulate a research problem and develop a research plan for conducting your study. can describe and analyse previous research connected to the research problem and select an appropriate research method for the study. can apply the selected research method to collect data and to critically analyse and report the research results. can identify the most significant research findings and communicate them both in writing and orally. Examples of Master’s thesis topics Scouring uncharted waters – managing outbound open innovation in maritime industry Interactions of decision mechanisms in an entrepreneurial firm’s journey to become a major player in its industry The role of diaspora networks in opportunity exploitation by ethnic entrepreneurs in Finland Motivating employee engagement in in-house crowdsourcing. Case: Large government-owned company CAREER OPTIONS Competence description GIM is designed to transform your thinking so that you will be able to contribute to the international success of various types of organisations. The Programme has a strong international business component. It is designed to teach you to understand the complex interactions and big picture of an ever more globally interdependent world. This capability enables graduates to become valuable actors in areas like general management, the management of small and medium-sized enterprises and similar organisational roles. The innovation management that is part of hte Programme provides a deep and broad understanding of the nature of innovations, their development and commercialisation. Our focus – in terms of innovation management – ranges from macro-systems (i.e. national innovation systems) to business concept innovations, to more traditional innovation management tasks in R&D, product, service and process innovation management. This more specialised focus complements the acquired general skills set. Entrepreneurship studies, the third fundamental emphasis of GIM, involves working on cognitive and behavioural abilities. These have been found to positively correlate with the development and commercialisation of successful innovations. Job options In summary, the design of GIM opens up a number of possible career opportunities in all kinds of organisational settings and roles. Possible job titles are: category manager – external supply operations branch manager senior manager marketing coordinator managing director development manager Career in research The Master of Science degree opens up the possibility to apply for doctoral studies. Quite a few former Master’s students continue to pursue the Doctor of Science degree after completing the Programme. GIM graduates are eligible to apply for a position in the University of Turku Graduate School, UTUGS. The Graduate School consists of 16 doctoral programmes which cover all disciplines and doctoral candidates of the University. Together with the doctoral programmes, the Graduate School provides systematic and high quality doctoral training. UTUGS aims to train highly qualified experts with the skills required for both professional career in research and other positions of expertise. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS General degree requirements Phase 1 – General Requirements Academic Requirements All applications are pre-screened and short-listed based on the eligibility of the applicants. Short-listed applicants must have one of the following degrees (already earned at the time of application): 1. Degree Requirements a) Bachelor of Science in Business Administration b) Bachelor of Science in Engineering c) Bachelor of Business Administration degree from a Finnish university of applied sciences d) Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, Food Chemistry, Molecular Biotechnology or In Vitro Diagnostics or a corresponding foreign university degree that meets the Finnish criteria. Applicants with a Finnish Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration (kauppatieteiden maisteri) are not eligible. Some students will be admitted under the condition that they complete supplementary courses (see: admission criteria). 2. Studies in business science Previous university level studies must include a minimum of 30 ECTS credits in business science studies. Previous eligible studies in business sciences: accounting and finance marketing international business management and organisation operations and supply chain entrepreneurship Due to the differences in the subject names, studies in other subjects might be accepted as well. 3. Minimum Grade The grade of the applicant’s major studies should be 3 or better for students graded on a grading scale of 1-5. The minimum for all other grading systems is the average grade. If the applicant’s certificate does not indicate the grade for their major studies, the average grade will be calculated from all courses indicated in the transcript of records. The following scale is used when considering the grade: 5 laudatur, eximia A 4 3 and 3– 4 magna B 3 2,5 and 2+ 3 cum laude C 2 2 and 2– 2 non sine, lubenter D 1 1,5 and 1+ 1 approbatur E ... [-]

Master’s Degree Programme in Information Security and Cryptography

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

The Master’s Degree Programme in Information Security and Cryptography offers you both knowledge and hands-on experience. It focuses on secure network and communication systems, secure computing systems and mathematical foundations of data security. [+]

Master’s Degree Programme in Information Security and Cryptography Build a career in Information Security Technology and Cryptography! The Master’s Degree Programme in Information Security and Cryptography offers you both knowledge and hands-on experience. It focuses on secure network and communication systems, secure computing systems and mathematical foundations of data security. The Programme offers two different tracks of information security: Cryptography and Data Security and Networked Systems Security. The Cryptography and Data Security track educates future experts with strong and broad knowledge on mathematical aspects of cryptography and data security. The Networked Systems Security track gives its students profound and substantial education and expertise in the networked systems security and field of technology. PROGRAMME IN BRIEF Programme structure Advanced-level studies in the major subject 50 ECTS credits Language, intermediate level and optional studies 40 ECTS credits Thesis for the Master of Science or Master of Science in Technology degree 30 ECTS credits Academic excellence & experience The Master’s Degree Programme in Information Security and Cryptography is a two-year programme. It focuses on information security technologies for networked systems and applications of the communication-intensive future. The covered topics include: system and network security security of communication systems and applications security in system design You will gain profound and substantial education and expertise in the field of networked systems security. The topic is approached in a multi-disciplinary fashion. You will have compulsory studies both in cryptographic and management aspects of information security. System and network security research concentrates on studying information security technologies for networked systems and applications of the communication-intensive future. These are studied from the perspective of engineering as well as from the users’ point of view. The goal of the research is to apply scientific and technological development in building the secure information society. The basic elements of people’s well-being are considered as the most fundamental drivers for pursuing this strategic goal. The aim is to make the technology-driven and human-driven directions of development meet. This is pursued with an interdisciplinary approach, where new innovations create active interaction between traditional fields of science. Master's thesis & topics In the Master’s thesis, you must prove your ability to conduct scientific research. You need to master the management of research methods, knowledge of the research field and skill of scientific writing. The goal of the Master’s thesis is: to train students in independent problem solving for demanding research questions to train students in presentation and argumentation skills, both oral and written to train students in search and critical evaluation of information to develop an ability to engage in a constructive dialogue with related disciplines to gain insight into actual research and development work as well as the possibilities and constraints of information security methods in the application domain and in the society at large. Examples of thesis topics: Internal Anomaly Detection System for Enhancing Security of IPv6-enabled Wireless Sensor Networks Mitigating modern organization-wide network threats and data leakages Usability and Security in Medication Administration Applications Enhancing Security of Linux OS Against Administrators Threat modeling a factory environment using Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle methodology Evaluation of Machine Learning Classifiers for Mobile Network Intrusion Detection Systems ENTRY REQUIREMENTS General degree requirements The Programme requires a Bachelor of Science degree that formally qualifies the applicant to access Master-level studies in the country where it has been completed. This degree should correspond to at least 180 ECTS or to a minimum of three years of full-time study. It should be awarded by a full university (i.e. an institution of higher education offering a doctorate). OR A polytechnic degree from a Finnish University of Applied Sciences (ammattikorkeakoulu). However, students with such degree might be required to complete additional studies while studying for the Master’s degree (see Additional studies) in order to qualify for the Master’s degree studies. Possible work experience could also be considered as additional studies. Applicants seeking admission on the basis of a degree from a Finnish university of applied sciences should note the language requirements concerning the Finnish language. Programme-Specific Degree Requirements The applicant’s previous degree on the basis of which they are seeking admission to the Master’s Degree Programme must be in a relevant field of study. Relevant fields of previous studies for this Programme depend on the chosen study track. In the Networked Systems Security track, relevant fields of previous studies include: communication and network systems software engineering computer science computer technology information technology In the Cryptography and Data Security track, the previous studies are required to be in: mathematics fields related to mathematics Applicants may choose only one of the two available tracks upon application. It is very important that the applicant chooses the track that is closest to the field of the previous degree. In each track, applications with a previous degree in a non-relevant field have little or no chance of success. The decision for admission will be based on the relevance of: the applicant’s previous degree(s) the amount, relevance and grades of the courses in the degree(s) language test result (see Language requirements) motivation letter Applications that meet the general degree requirements are then evaluated on the basis of how well the applicant’s previous degree, in academic terms, corresponds to the Programme and the selected track. Study merits in the applicant’s previous degree (BSc) are highly relevant. The letter of motivation is another important factor in considering the applicant’s suitability to the Programme. A previously earned Master’s degree does not automatically place the applicant ahead of other applicants. Additional Studies The contents of the formally eligible applicants’ previous degrees do not always have to correspond to the academic level of the Programme. Therefore admitted students can be advised or required to complete additional, Bachelor-level studies (see language requirements). These can be done while studying for the Master’s Degree, but they are not part of the degree and may extend the targeted study time. The additional studies may be included in the optional studies of the Master’s degree only if the applicant lacks previous knowledge in a certain field that is required for following a specific course within the Programme. Language Requirements All applicants must prove their English language skills in one of the ways accepted by the Faculty. Applicants seeking admission on the basis of a polytechnic degree from a Finnish university of applied sciences must prove their proficiency in Finnish as well. This is because the additional Bachelor’s level studies that need to be completed during the Master’s level studies are available only in Finnish. HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY Application Form and Enclosures The Programme offers the following tracks in 2017: Cryptography and Data Security Networked Systems Security Applications are done on the Studyinfo portal (www.studyinfo.fi). Search for the Master’s Degree Programme in Information Security and Cryptography, University of Turku. The application period is 1 December 2016 – 13 January 2017 at 15:00 (local time in Finland, GMT +2) for studies starting in September 2017. STEP 1. Fill in the online application form. The online application is open only during the application period. Make sure you will finish your application before 13 January 2017 at 15:00:00 (local time in Finland, GTM+2). When filling in the application form, be prepared to: write a motivation letter describe the grading scale used at your institution at the time of your studies. The grading scale must include all the grades and marks appearing on your transcript of records and their relation to each other. You should also provide a link to an official website where this information can be verified. (In many cases this information is already included in the transcript of records.) In addition to filling the electronic application, the applicant must print the application form and send it together with necessary enclosures to University Admissions Finland. STEP 2. Collect the required application documents. STEP 3. Send the following application documents to University Admissions Finland office by mail. The application documents have to arrive by the application deadline: an officially certified copy of the original degree certificate (in the original language) AND an English, Finnish or Swedish translation (or Diploma Supplement from European institutions of higher education) an officially certified copy of the original transcript of study records (in the original language) AND an English, Finnish or Swedish translation (or an English-language Diploma Supplement concerning graduates from European institutions of higher education). certificate of English language skills (see Language requirements) certificate of Finnish language skills (required only from applicants who are seeking admission on the basis of a degree from a Finnish university of applied sciences, see Language requirements) Please see the country specific requirements for certifying the copies and submitting the documents: http://universityadmissions.fi/?page_id=24 Address of the University Admissions Finland: University Admissions Finland Unioninkatu 40 C FI-00170 Helsinki FINLAND Applications arriving after the application deadline are not considered. Postmark dates on the applications will not be taken into account; the applications must arrive at the University Admissions Finland before the above deadline. In addition to submitting officially attested copies of educational certificates, the admitted applicant will have to show the originals of their educational documents (degree certificate and transcript of study records) at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences in order to be able to register with the university after arriving in Finland. Additional information A maximum number of 20 students are admitted to the Programme. All students are required to start at the beginning of the autumn semester, and there is no separate admission for the spring semester. Because of the limited admission quota, possession of the degree requirements does not guarantee admission. Only those applicants with a high level of academic performance in their previous studies will be admitted. Students graduating after the application deadline can apply to the Programme, on the condition that the following attachments are submitted: a certified copy of the original degree certificate (in the original language) final transcript their English, Finnish or Swedish translations or an English-language Diploma Supplement concerning graduates from European institutions of higher education The attachments need to be submitted and arrive at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences by the 14 July 2017 at 15:00 (local time in Finland, GTM+2). The general and country specific requirements concerning the way of certifying and submitting the documents must be followed also after the expiry of the application period. The application documents required as officially certified copies must bear the official stamp and signature of an authorised university official from the institution awarding the degree or a notary public. All translations must be made by an authorised translator. If copies of translations are submitted, those must also be officially certified. The following document is optional and does not affect the application in any way. It is simply asked for identification purposes when handling the applicant’s documents, which sometimes contain the applicant’s name in different forms: copy of information page of the passport or identification card containing the applicant’s name, date of birth and photo. During the application round, an upper secondary/high school certificate may be requested from the applicant. This might be necessary for determining the length of the applicant’s previous education (this concerns degrees from a minority of countries). An applicant should enroll to a language test early enough, e.g., 1-2 months before a test day. This is important because the test results are needed at the end of the application period and the tests might be already full for a late application. Application documents will not be returned to the applicant. It is not possible to apply with the same submitted documents in later application periods. Applications sent by e-mail or fax are not accepted. Incomplete applications will not be processed. ©City of Turku and University of Turku Communications [-]

在分子生物技术和诊断硕士学位课程

校园课程 全日制 2 周 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

该硕士课程在分子生物技术和诊断将装备您对生物技术和转化研究令人兴奋的领域的职业生涯。 [+]

masters.utu.fi 硕士课程在分子生物技术和诊断 掌握生物技术的令人激动的领域! 该硕士课程在分子生物技术和诊断将装备您对生物技术和转化研究令人兴奋的领域的职业生涯。 在这里,您将获得中央的概念和现代分子生物技术和诊断技术,丰富的理论和实践知识。 您还将学习如何运用所学到的知识在实践中的新工具和检测分子物质手段的发展。 教育的重点是诊断和分子生物学的关键技术与运用这些知识既要诊断的医疗和其他领域的机会。 毕业后,你将配备,使您的加盟行业,追求事业作为科学家,或进入公共部门的技能。 它也为那些有志于创业的良好基础。 MASTER详情 计划简言之 课程结构 大师的分子生物技术和诊断度是一个为期两年的计划达120学分。度是由: 在分子生物技术和诊断(89学分)重大课题研究,其中包括硕士论文和相关的研究项目和研讨会(55学分) 在不同的主题领域选择研究和特别主题(0-16学分) 卓越的学术成就及经验 在分子生物技术和诊断程序的研究重点领域是新的诊断概念和技术。 该方案还侧重于在各个领域,如医药,环保和食品质量监测的诊断应用程序。 其它重要的研究课题包括: 抗体和蛋白质工程 荧光标记技术 核酸检测技术 生物标志物发现 发展与这两个具有全球重要性传染性和非传染性疾病。 土尔库大学生物医学科学 图尔库在生物医学领域长期研究传统。 药物发现,诊断和生物医学成像尤其是区域代表图尔库大学的矛头专业知识。 分子生物技术和诊断程序在生物医学科学硕士课程的大合奏的一部分。 三Master's学位课程的紧密合作形成了生物医学科学在芬兰和世界各地的独特的教育组合。 生物医学科学是两所大学,图尔库大学和埃博学术大学的合作。 所提供的教育是根据参与单位的真实科研优势: 生物化学系在图尔库大学 生物医学研究所在图尔库大学 生物科学系的埃博学术大学。 在生物医学科学的合奏其他程序生物医学成像和药物发现与开发。 在每一个重大课题研究是具体方案,但可以提供为所有的可选方案的研究。 每个学生做个人学习计划,这有助于选择课程,个人兴趣和背景,最适合。 分子生物技术和诊断方案具有诊断和生物制药行业有着密切的联系。 许多工业合作者包括芬兰和主要的国际球员。 在教育和研究合作发展的重要合作伙伴是印度 - 芬兰人诊断研究中心。 硕士论文和主题 最后一个项目,旨在为Master's论文是基于实验室的独立,实验研究项目。 这项研究工作是主管的指导下进行,并有5个月时间。 在该研究项目获得的结果将在师父的研讨会利用科学会议已知的常规程序提交。 硕士论文将根据从实验工作和相关背景文献回顾的结果写入。 的论文题目示例: 信号序列的密码子使用上的Fab片段表达的影响 抗体的表达,纯化和检测方法开发的检测疟疾 大肠癌CEA特定的纳米颗粒凝集素试验 侧流分析平台传染病诊断 骨骼肌钙蛋白I利用认识到免疫粘合剂 增强由外源凝集素标记的纳米颗粒的肿瘤标志物的癌症 - 特异性 职业选择 能力描述 你将会拥有: 国家的最先进和现代分子生物学技术服务于医疗等领域的诊断技术的出现 运用所学到的知识在实践能力创造新的生物亲和性工具和平台 深入传染病,心脏和癌症诊断的知识 深入了解在生物标志物发现,证明了概念建设和临床验证 先决条件转化新技术纳入日常应用 技能多国语言实验室环境合作 作业选项 您将配备的为您提供多种职业选择的技能。 您将能够加入行业在芬兰或国外,或进入公共部门,例如,各种权威的职责。 生物技术产业是全球增长最快的工业部门之一。 在芬兰,有目前生物技术专家的强烈需求。 尤其是在诊断产业,生物技术产业的芬兰最大的部门,需要新的人才。 在分子生物技术和诊断教育也为那些有志于创业的良好基础。 职称的例子 研究员 质量经理 产品开发 产品经理 项目协调 职业生涯研究 理学硕士学位为您提供合格的科学研究生学位学习。 研究生学位是博士,执照度。 度可以在图尔库图尔库在研究生院的大学的大学完成,博士课程之一。 入学要求 一般学位要求 学士学位的正式资格申请进入大师级别的研究在国内它已经完成。 此度应至少相当于180 ECTS(欧洲学分)或三年全日制学习的。 计划的具体要求 该计划是开放与生命科学和/或自然科学足够的背景知识的申请人,并以较低的大学学历,学士学位(180学分),在以下领域: 生物医学科学 分子生物 生物化学 其他生命科学 化学 工程 研究等相关领域,其中达到分子生物科学有足够的认识 申请人应熟悉实验室操作的基本知识。入学的决定将基于的相关性: 申请人以前的学位(S) 量,相关性和课程的成绩的程度(S) 语言测试成绩(见语言的要求) 动机信 可能的在线访谈 在申请人以前的学位(学士)学习优点是高度相关的。 动机信是在考虑申请人的适宜性的另一个重要因素。 如果需要的话,最有前途的申请者将被邀请参加面试。 以前一个获得硕士学位不会自动将申请人领先于其他申请人。 语言要求 申请人必须证明他们通过下列证书之一的英语知识: 一个) 申请人必须通过托福(测试英语作为外语)与575(笔试)/ 92的最低分数(互联网为基础的测试,没有个人得分低于20)或雅思学术(国际英语语言测试服务) 6.5(无个人得分低于6.0)或PTE学术英语考试(PTE学术英语考试)与62(没有个人得分低于54)的最低分数。 谁已完成学士学位的英语在澳大利亚,加拿大,爱尔兰,新西兰,英国,美国或北欧国家(丹麦,芬兰,冰岛,挪威和瑞典)学位申请者从语言测试豁免。 这些申请者的英语知识必须在其学士学位证书中注明。 B) 能力的CPE(剑桥英语证书:通等级A,B或C C) CAE(剑桥高级英语证书):通等级A,B或C 该学院更详细的语言要求 如何以及何时申请 报名时间 该计划的报名时间为每年围绕岁末年初。 这些研究在以下九月开始。 有每年只有一个进气口和研究只能在秋天启动。 在九月从2017年开始研究,报名时间为2016年12月1日至一月13日2017年15:00(芬兰,北京时间当地时间)。 请申请前仔细阅读所有的应用程序的说明和详细的入学要求! 请确保您在申请之前同时满足入学和语言要求。 如何应用 应用程序是在Studyinfo门户网站(www.studyinfo.fi)来完成。搜索硕士课程在分子生物技术和诊断,图尔库大学。 仔细检查了入学要求。 去Studyinfo门户,www.studyinfo.fi。 填写并在线提交申请表格。 收集所需的机箱 发送您的所有文件,以大学招生芬兰 ©图尔库市和图尔库通讯大学 [-]

在数字医疗和生命科学硕士学位课程

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

硕士课程在数字医疗保健和生命科学提供了现代化的生物科学和/或数字健康工程广泛的培训。 从这个跨学科计划毕业学生将已经获得科学和分析技能,专业知识在目前的理论和先进的最新技术,以及实用的技能,包括团队合作,领导力,并在国际环境中的人际关系。 该方法获得的技能和先进的知识让学生继续在学术界或行业的职业道路。 [+]

masters.utu.fi 硕士课程在数字医疗保健和生命科学 为今后的专家进行了广泛的跨学科的培训! 硕士课程在数字医疗保健和生命科学提供了现代化的生物科学和/或数字健康工程广泛的培训。 该软件提供了四种不同的轨道:医疗技术,医疗分析和健康互联网的-物联网,生物信息学和分子系统生物学。 从这个跨学科计划毕业学生将已经获得科学和分析技能,专业知识在目前的理论和先进的最新技术,以及实用的技能,包括团队合作,领导力,并在国际环境中的人际关系。 该方法获得的技能和先进的知识让学生继续在学术界或行业的职业道路。 MASTER详情 计划简言之 课程结构 大师的数字健康和生命科学学位是一个为期两年的计划达120学分。度是由: 它为您提供了现代生物医疗科学所需的基本知识,以及可转移技能包括强制语言学习公共课程(芬兰语为外国人,5学分和英语:学术写作能力,2学分) 追踪特定的重大课题研究,将提供先进设备,最先进的理论和实践技能相关的领域 硕士论文和相关的研究项目和研讨会,在那里你会应用你新学到的知识 在不同的专题领域和特别主题可选研究 卓越的学术成就及经验 该计划提供特别注重数字健康与生命科学四个不同的轨道:医疗技术,医疗分析和健康互联网的-物联网(IOT),生物信息学和分子系统生物学。 卫生技术主要的目标是信息技术和健康科学之间的跨学科合作。 主要包括软件工程,信息系统和护理学等领域的研究,为学生规划,制定和实施卫生技术解决方案和产品,为临床实践和个性化的医疗保健一个很好的敲门砖。 适应理论知识落实和调整在国际上的合作解决现实生活中的跨学科的挑战,也是在这条赛道的研究的重要组成部分。 医疗分析和健康物联网主要汇集了来自计算机科学技术和原理,嵌入式系统,以及从医学建立在该领域的理论和实践能力的理解。 与许多传统的生物医学研究programmmes,这往往是集中在信号处理和医疗机械,医疗分析和健康物联网把当代的技术重点,并提供工具,在不久的将来ICT技术工作。 这项研究跟踪具有很强的专注于数据分析和物联网的医疗网络,而在同一时间的机器学习和软件工程,嵌入式电子和安全是在信息技术部表示强烈借力。 当你选择生物信息学作为你的主要对象,你将专注于多种生物医学数据,如DNA序列和蛋白质结构进行分析。 人类基因组序列及其变化是在个性化医疗,种植业的核心,让更多的专业人士都在不断需要开发分析方法和运行的分析两者。 你会在学习期间参与实际的,新的研究并在专家组成的多学科团队合作获得的经验。 分子系统生物学提供了现代分子生物学和专业的教育重点放在系统生物学广泛的培训。 在分子系统生物学的轨道,你会得到的理论和概念背后的各种分子生物学学科的用于系统生物学研究的国家的最先进的技术有深刻的理解。 实际操作培训实践课程和研究项目提供了允许你开发在当前系统生物学技术方法的熟练程度。 该课程有利于强大的专业技术和现代生物科学研究的积极参与。 硕士论文和研究主题 最后一个项目,旨在为Master's论文是基于一个独立的,实验性的研究项目,研究会和书面的硕士论文。 根据研究跟踪项目最终可以由一个研究项目,专注于数据分析或其他信息技术方面和/或在监督下在实验室进行了一项研究项目。 在该研究项目获得的结果将在师父的研讨会利用科学会议已知的常规程序提交。 硕士论文将根据从实验工作和相关背景文献回顾的结果写入。 的论文题目示例: 卫生技术: 基于物联网的泛在医疗系统 语义互操作性卫生系统采用HL7标准 康复评估和当前的仿真辅助治疗的中风患者 医学分析和物联网健康上网: 心房颤动的检测利用智能手机的加速计 对于感知异常心电监护设备框架重构 睡眠通过远程传感器生物分析阶段 生物信息学: 早期脊椎动物和高阿尔法无脊椎动物基因CA分析 探测MST1激酶序列和结构合理的药物发现 优化和大规模生物医学事件网络及其应用 分子系统生物学: 做肠道细菌Faecalibacterium prausnitzii的分泌的分子抑制体外肝细胞脂肪堆积? 原生微藻株的潜在废水中生长生产生物柴油的北欧气候 在拟南芥分离叶绿体钙诱导的蛋白质组变化 职业选择 能力描述 在硕士课程分子健康和生命科学您将学习如何: 在国际和跨学科的环境中工作。 在一个研究小组工作。 在卫生技术跟踪你会: 获得技能来实现健康的技术解决方案 了解ICT协助卫生过程 在物联网的医疗分析和健康的互联网追踪你会: 获取医疗数据分析专业知识 获得的技能运用在医疗物联网 在生物信息学追踪你会: 了解生物信息学的生物和信息技术方面的问题 通过编程处理数据的质量 分析与统计方法的生物数据 在分子系统生物学跟踪你会: 有专长的系统生物学现有理论 国家的最先进的技术,掌握现代生物科学,其中包括转录组学,蛋白质组学和生物信息学。 作业选项 Master's计划在数字医疗保健和生命科学教育在学术界,工业界和公共部门职位的未来专家。 学生从节目毕业可能工作,除其他外,如: 项目经理 研究协调员 实验科学家 大学讲师 企业家 系统架构师 数据分析 开发人员 工程师 职业生涯研究 理学硕士学位为您提供合格的科学研究生学位学习。 研究生学位是博士,执照度。 度可以在图尔库图尔库在研究生院的大学的大学完成,之一 博士课程. 入学要求 一般学位要求 学士学位的正式资格申请进入大师级别的研究在国内它已经完成。 此度应至少相当于180 ECTS(欧洲学分)或三年全日制学习的。 计划的具体要求 该计划是开放与生命科学,技术科学和/或自然科学足够的背景知识的申请人,并以较低的大学学历,学士学位(180学分)。 以前的研究的相关性取决于所选择的研究轨道。 在医疗技术和医疗分析和健康物联网的轨道,以往的研究相关领域包括计算机科学与计算机工程。 在生物信息学的轨道,以前的研究的相关领域是生物科学和信息技术,或者是实现信息技术和/或生物科学的足够的知识研究等相关领域。 在分子系统生物学的轨道,以往的研究相关领域包括分子生物,包括生物化学,细胞和分子生物学,分子植物生物学和分子微生物学。 申请人只能选择申请后四个可用的赛道之一。 因此,这是非常重要的是,申请人选择最接近他/她先前度​​的字段的轨道。 入学的决定将基于的相关性: 申请人颁发学位(S) 量,相关性和课程的成绩的程度(S) 语言测试结果(见语言的要求) 动机信及可能的答案可选问题包括在申请。 可能的在线访谈 动机信是在考虑申请人是否适合该计划的一个重要因素,请仔细准备。 请注意,在动机信可能与图尔库大学的Turnitin的剽窃系统进行检查。 以前一个获得硕士学位不会自动将申请人领先于其他申请人。 如果需要的话,最有前途的申请者将被邀请参加在线访谈。 进修 正式合资格的申请人的早先度的内容并不总是对应程序的学术水平。 因此,可以建议或同时为攻读硕士学位,完成额外的本科层次的研究要求被录取的学生。 这些研究都没有硕士学位的一部分,可能会延长针对性的学习时间。 如果申请人仅在必须能够跟随硕士课程中的特定课程某一个领域缺乏以前的知识,另外的研究可以被包括在硕士学位的可选研究。 程度和附加的研究内容是在个人学习计划在研究开始时定义。 需要更多的研究的金额不能超过60学分。 语言要求 所有申请人必须证明他们的英语知识由教师所接受的方式之一。 一个) 申请人必须通过托福(测试英语作为外语)与575(笔试)/ 92的最低分数(互联网为基础的测试,没有个人得分低于20)或雅思学术(国际英语语言测试服务) 6.5(无个人得分低于6.0)或PTE学术英语考试(PTE学术英语考试)与62(没有个人得分低于54)的最低分数。 谁已完成学士学位的英语在澳大利亚,加拿大,爱尔兰,新西兰,英国,美国或北欧国家(丹麦,芬兰,冰岛,挪威和瑞典)学位申请者从语言测试豁免。 这些申请者的英语知识必须在其学士学位证书中注明。 B) 能力的CPE(剑桥英语证书:通等级A,B或C C) CAE(剑桥高级英语证书):通等级A,B或C 更详细的语言要求 如何以及何时申请 报名时间 该计划的报名时间为每年围绕岁末年初。 这些研究在以下九月开始。 有每年只有一个进气口和研究只能在秋天启动。 在九月从2017年开始研究,报名时间为2016年12月1日至一月13日2017年15:00(芬兰,北京时间当地时间)。 请申请前仔细阅读所有的应用程序的说明和详细的入学要求! 请确保您在申请之前同时满足入学和语言要求。 如何应用 应用程序是在Studyinfo门户网站(www.studyinfo.fi)来完成。搜索硕士课程在数字医疗保健和生命科学,图尔库大学。 仔细检查了入学要求。 去Studyinfo门户,www.studyinfo.fi。 填写并在线提交申请表格。 收集所需的机箱 发送您的所有文件,以大学招生芬兰 ©图尔库市和图尔库通讯大学 [-]

在生物医学成像硕士学位课程

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

该硕士课程在生物医学成像与训练理论的透彻理解和多样的成像方法和技术,实用技能人才。 它为学生提供强大的知识无论是在细胞生物学,解剖学和生理学或生物物理学,取决于专业化的面积。 学生将在高度国际化的环境中工作,并获得了广泛的成像技术和应用提供出色的理论和实际操作技能,以及图像分析。 此外,在科学背景和优秀的学术写作技巧的运用多媒体的理解是强调。 [+]

masters.utu.fi 硕士课程在生物医学成像 生物医学成像 - 超过你的想象! 该硕士课程在生物医学成像与训练理论的透彻理解和多样的成像方法和技术,实用技能人才。 它为学生提供强大的知识无论是在细胞生物学,解剖学和生理学或生物物理学,取决于专业化的面积。 学生将在高度国际化的环境中工作,并获得了广泛的成像技术和应用提供出色的理论和实际操作技能,以及图像分析。 此外,在科学背景和优秀的学术写作技巧的运用多媒体的理解是强调。 该跨学科课程为学生提供的国家的最先进的知识与细胞生物学和生物医学许多不同领域的生物医学成像广泛。 理学硕士毕业生将有可能继续担任研究生追求事业作为科学家,加入工业或科学的管理和工作在成像核心设施或医院研究实验室。 MASTER详情 计划简言之 课程结构 卓越的学术成就及经验 在生物医学成像硕士学位方案已经装配在图尔库大学的真实成像据点。图尔库是特别著名的 PET中心和超分辨率显微镜的发展。 2014年得主 荣获诺贝尔奖 在化学,斯特凡地狱做了在图尔库大学的STED显微镜他原来的发现。图尔库也是该领导者 欧洲生物成像 基础设施网络,为欧洲的研究人员提供影像服务。 图尔库有一个独特的,紧凑的校园面积,其中两所大学和大学医院工作创造跨学科和创新的学习和研究环境。 研究设施包括一个广泛的国家的最先进的成像技术,从原子水平的分子和细胞成像到整个动物成像,临床影像和图像分析的数组。 在生物成像教学是非常注重科研和课程内容包括定制的课程,以培养未来的影像专家。 土尔库大学生物医学科学 图尔库在生物医学领域长期研究传统。 药物发现,诊断和生物医学成像尤其是区域代表图尔库大学的矛头专业知识。 生物医学成像程序在生物医学科学硕士课程的大合奏的一部分。 三个生物医药项目的紧密合作形成了生物医学科学在芬兰和世界各地的独特的教育组合。 生物医学科学是两所大学,图尔库大学和埃博学术大学的合作。 所提供的教育是根据参与单位的真实科研优势: 生物医学研究所在图尔库大学 生物化学系在图尔库大学 生物科学系的埃博学术大学 在生物医学科学的合奏其他程序药物发现和开发,分子生物技术和诊断。 在每一个重大课题研究是具体方案,但可以提供为所有的可选方案的研究。 每个学生做个人学习计划,这有助于选择课程,个人兴趣和背景,最适合。 Master's学位课程在生物医学成像是一种独特的氛围,让来自不同国家和教育背景的人交流和合作运营一个跨学科计划。 学生们积极参加培训班,讲习班和实习项目,在其他地方也芬兰,欧洲及世界各地。 方案与佩奇大学在匈牙利和L'学院,以其精湛的生物科技公司在法国巴黎的伊拉斯谟交流协议。 硕士论文和主题 硕士生物医学影像论文由两部分组成,实验实验室项目,论文规划和研讨会的演讲和书面论文。 本文的目的是要证明,学生掌握他/她的科学领域,了解研究方法以及相关文献,并能科学思维和展示所获得的新数据科学界。 通常情况下,硕士论文是在一个研究小组进行的小组的研究项目中一个独立的子项目。 实验研究工作将主管的指导下进行。 的论文题目示例: 运动与棕色脂肪组织激活人类(EXEBAT) 子衍射聚合结构的受激发射损耗显微镜 对检测癌组织中的生物标志物的免疫方案优化。 探索新的PET示踪剂对小鼠粥样硬化斑块评估的可行性。 线粒体内膜形态 准确性和先进的T2精密测绘心脏磁共振成像 在急性卒中患者灌注扩散不匹配的患病率 职业选择 能力描述 该研究的硕士毕业生完成后: 拥有无论是在细胞生物学强大的背景知识,解剖和生理学或取决于一个人的利益,生物物理学和区域集中 在广泛的成像技术和应用提供出色的理论和实际操作技能,以及图像分析 在高度国际化的环境中进行训练,其中来自世界各地的学生们互动和合作经营 也懂得科学背景和普及科学的一个强大的工具利用多媒体 在英语高手科学写作 具有研究生出色的准备 作业选项 生物医学成像项目的跨学科课程为学生提供了知识在生物医学相关领域的许多生物医学成像广泛。 该计划旨在培养未来的成像和图像分析专家同时增加成像相关的基础和医学研究以及成像核心设施的人员的需求。 该方案规定在生命科学事业如优良的可能性: 继续研究生追求事业作为科学家 核心设施管理工作 在科学管理工作,国家或国际 在医院的研究实验室工作 工业和工业研究 职业生涯研究 从程序的硕士学位资格攻读博士学位的毕业生在图尔库,在其他世界各地的芬兰或大学。 在图尔库大学的几位博士课程可供毕业生: 药物研究 分子生命科学 分子医学 临床博士课程 入学要求 该计划是开放给谁拥有生物和/或自然科学足够的背景知识,谁已完成一个较低的大学学历,学士学位(180学分),在该领域的申请: 生物医学科学 生物学 生物化学 医学科学 其他生命科学 物理 化学 工程 申请人应熟悉实验室操作的基本知识。 申请人还必须在英文足够的认识。 由图尔库大学的入学要求来确定的学生必须证明自己的英语技能。 申请人必须证明他们通过下列证书之一的英语知识: 一个) 申请人必须通过托福(测试英语作为外语)与575(笔试)/ 92的最低分数(互联网为基础的测试,没有个人得分低于20)或雅思学术(国际英语语言测试服务) 6.5(无个人得分低于6.0)或PTE学术英语考试(PTE学术英语考试)与62(没有个人得分低于54)的最低分数。 谁已完成学士学位的英语在澳大利亚,加拿大,爱尔兰,新西兰,英国,美国或北欧国家(丹麦,芬兰,冰岛,挪威和瑞典)学位申请者从语言测试豁免。 这些申请者的英语知识必须在其学士学位证书中注明。 B) 能力的CPE(剑桥英语证书:通等级A,B或C C) CAE(剑桥高级英语证书):通等级A,B或C 医学系包括更详细的入学要求。语言要求 如何以及何时申请 仔细检查了入学要求。 去Studyinfo门户,www.studyinfo.fi。 填写并在线提交申请表格。 收集所需的机箱 发送您的所有文件,以大学招生芬兰 网上申请表格将可在Studyinfo门户。网上申请是在申请期间开放:2016年12月1日 - 2017年1月13日。 选择申请 录取分数委员会申请通过以下应用程序组件: 背景兼容性 上一页学术上的成功和学习历史 实验室工作经验 动机信 面试表现,包括英语技能 此外,申请人可以在面试的时候从一个写论文和可能获得额外的积分学术奖励和/或津贴,并完成预分配任务 获选申请人将提前被邀请参加面试1-2周。面试将通过Skype举行。结果将公布最新的3月30日2017年 ©图尔库市和图尔库通讯大学 [-]

在药物发现和开发硕士学位课程

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

该硕士课程在药物发现和开发培训为整个药物研发链专家。 该计划使学生的应用识别和验证新的药物靶标,并产生铅药物分子了最新的方法有深刻的理解。 它还提供了技术创新的知识以及临床药物研究和开发阶段,临床试验设计,研究策划和生物统计学的方法。 此外,学生将学习有关药品监管科学和药物警戒。 [+]

masters.utu.fi 硕士课程在药物发现与开发 欢迎来发现新的药物与我们联系! 该硕士课程在药物发现和开发培训为整个药物研发链专家。 该计划使学生的应用识别和验证新的药物靶标,并产生铅药物分子了最新的方法有深刻的理解。 它还提供了技术创新的知识以及临床药物研究和开发阶段,临床试验设计,研究策划和生物统计学的方法。 此外,学生将学习有关药品监管科学和药物警戒。 即将毕业的硕士知道药物发现和开发过程,并在药品监管科学中的应用程序,药品监管部门的药品的寿命过程中的作用。 她/他有综合技能在企业,大学,科研院所或药品监管部门生物医学和药物开发领域的合作。 教育也给那些有志于创业的良好基础。 对于研究生教育,图尔库大学研究生院提供如药物研究博士课程。 MASTER详情 计划简言之 卓越的学术成就及经验 图尔库是一个伟大的地方,研究药物发现与开发! 芬兰的创新药物90%已在图尔库取得。 为了支持未来发现,图尔库大学选择了它的战略分析领域中的药物开发。 在生物科学和医学研究是国际上在世界上名列前茅。 成功在于长期生物医学研究的传统和紧凑的校园面积,其中两所大学和大学医院工作创造跨学科和创新的学习和研究环境的关键。 研究的重点是转化医学,疾病建模和生物医学成像。 现有的基础设施,包括世界著名的图尔库 宠物 中心和图尔库中心疾病建模, TCDM,这既提供药物开发研究服务。 图尔库也有制药业的芬兰最大的集群。 最近公司不仅为来访讲学提供专家,也创造了毕业生实习和就业机会。 土尔库大学生物医学科学 图尔库在生物医学领域长期研究传统。 药物发现,诊断和生物医学成像尤其是区域代表图尔库大学的矛头专业知识。 药物发现和开发计划是在生物医学科学硕士课程的大合奏的一部分。 三个生物医药项目的紧密合作形成了生物医学科学在芬兰和世界各地的独特的教育组合。 生物医学科学是两所大学,图尔库大学和埃博学术大学的合作。 所提供的教育是根据参与单位的真实科研优势: 生物医学研究所在图尔库大学 生物化学系在图尔库大学 生物科学系的埃博学术大学。 在生物医学科学的合奏其他程序生物医学成像和分子生物技术和诊断。 在每一个重大课题研究是具体方案,但可以提供为所有的可选方案的研究。 每个学生做个人学习计划,这有助于选择课程,个人兴趣和背景,最适合。 Master's学位课程在药物发现和开发NordBioMedNet网络的一部分。 卑尔根,哥本哈根,东芬兰,图尔库和卡罗林斯卡医学院的大学建立了网络发展北欧国家生物医学教育。 项目的学生有课程,实习和研究项目交流的伙伴大学的可能性。 该网络还提供了虚拟的强化课程和在线学习门户网站上 www.nordbiomed.net. 硕士论文和主题 该Master's论文项目是基于独立的,实验性的研究工作。 本文的话题总是会一起商定并通过论文考官接受。 学生写一个研究计划,在实验室中进行一项研究,分析得到的结果,并展示他们的解释结果,并写科学论文的形式报告的能力。 该项目的工作总是在导师的指导下进行。 为了也实践科学交流,留学生可凭研讨会的结果和写新闻稿,以模拟的学术界和媒体之间的合作。 的论文题目示例: 药物开发受体拮抗剂和它们在治疗认知障碍的潜在 离子通道的药理学表征 诊断工具冠状动脉疾病 - 抗体鉴定 大鼠精神分裂症的造型 在HSV病毒治疗RNA干扰 吲唑结构的合成优化药物开发 使用正电子发射断层扫描(PET)来测量疾病改善治疗中的MS疾病的效果 关节炎模型的临床前研究 - 有针对性的炎症分子的PET成像 职业选择 能力描述 该计划使学生有深刻的理解: 向上的最新方法应用于识别和确认新的药物靶标,并生成调制目标的生物活性的先导药物分子。 铅优化过程中取得的技术创新 候选药物是如何在新的非临床药物开发阶段调查 临床药物研究,临床药物开发阶段,临床试验设计和生物统计研究规划的方法 药品监督管理的科学和药物警戒的各个方面 作业选项 即将毕业的硕士是在药物发现和开发过程的专家,知道药物的寿命期间药品监管科学的药品监管部门的作用,适用的程序。 她/他有综合技能在企业,大学,科研院所或药品监管部门生物医学和药物开发领域的合作。 教育也给那些有志于创业的良好基础。 职称的例子 医疗联络 医疗作家 监管咨询专家 科学/技术顾问 研究总监 项目经理 药物开发药理 大学讲师/研究员 职业生涯研究 从程序的硕士学位资格攻读博士学位的毕业生在图尔库,在其他世界各地的芬兰或大学。 在图尔库大学的几位博士课程可供毕业生。 药物研究 分子生命科学 分子医学 临床博士课程 入学要求 该计划是开放给谁拥有生物和/或自然科学足够的背景知识,谁已完成一个较低的大学学历,学士学位(180学分),在该领域的申请: 生物医学科学 药理 药店 生物化学 生物学 医学科学 其他生命科学 生物工程 化学 申请人应熟悉实验室操作规程和药理学的基本知识。 申请人还必须在英文足够的认识。 由图尔库大学的入学要求来确定的学生必须证明自己的英语技能。 申请人必须证明他们通过下列证书之一的英语知识: 一个) 申请人必须通过托福(测试英语作为外语)与575(笔试)/ 92的最低分数(互联网为基础的测试,没有个人得分低于20)或雅思学术(国际英语语言测试服务) 6.5(无个人得分低于6.0)或PTE学术英语考试(PTE学术英语考试)与62(没有个人得分低于54)的最低分数。 谁已完成学士学位的英语在澳大利亚,加拿大,爱尔兰,新西兰,英国,美国或北欧国家(丹麦,芬兰,冰岛,挪威和瑞典)学位申请者从语言测试豁免。 这些申请者的英语知识必须在其学士学位证书中注明。 B) 能力的CPE(剑桥英语证书:通等级A,B或C C) CAE(剑桥高级英语证书):通等级A,B或C 医学系包括更详细的入学要求。语言要求 如何以及何时申请 仔细检查了入学要求。 去Studyinfo门户,www.studyinfo.fi。 填写并在线提交申请表格。 收集所需的机箱 发送您的所有文件,以大学招生芬兰 网上申请表格将可在Studyinfo门户。网上申请是在申请期间开放:2016年12月1日 - 2017年1月13日。 选择申请 学生选择在两个阶段进行。首先,招生委员会挑选面试通过计分以下应用程序组件的考生: 在相关领域以往的研究 上一页学术上的成功和学习历史 实验室工作经验 动机信 最好的得分申请者将被邀请参加面试。 获选申请人将提前被邀请参加面试1-2周。 面试将通过Skype举行。 面试表现,包括英语技能,分别评分。 结果将公布最新的3月30日2017年 ©图尔库市和图尔库通讯大学 [-]

在食品开发硕士学位课程

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

该计划旨在为您提供不同方面和食品的功能之间的联系的理解。 特别注意的是,以对组成各种因素,感官性状和分子水平的食品对健康的影响的影响。 食物代谢及食品研究和食品开发现代生物技术方法的应用是课程的重要组成部分。 该课程还包括食品安全和欧洲食品法律法规的各个方面。 [+]

masters.utu.fi 硕士课程在食品开发 在天然食品中的北欧专业知识 该硕士课程在食品开发为您提供的能力,以满足在食品工业界和学术界的研究和开发所面临的挑战。 该计划旨在为您提供不同方面和食品的功能之间的联系的理解。 特别注意的是,以对组成各种因素,感官性状和分子水平的食品对健康的影响的影响。 食物代谢及食品研究和食品开发现代生物技术方法的应用是课程的重要组成部分。 该课程还包括食品安全和欧洲食品法律法规的各个方面。 通过该计划,您将获得教育和资格工作的专家,例如在食品部门。 MASTER详情 计划简言之 课程结构 该硕士学位食品发展是一个为期两年的计划达120学分。度是由: 在食品发展(88学分)重大课题研究,其中包括大师的技术和相关研究项目和研讨会(33学分)论文 生物信息学,分子系统生物学,生物技术或创业:从下面的一个小学科(20学分) 在不同的主题领域选择研究和特别主题(0-12学分) 卓越的学术成就及经验 食品化学与食品开发单位是食品科学技术在芬兰的核心力量的重要组成部分。 FCFD在研究国际切边轮廓: 化学和食品脂质和次生代谢产物的生物化学 食品质量和健康促进食品的特性,特别侧重于北方农作物和野生资源的分子基础 北方气候的意义,因为影响作物质量的因素 食品的开发研究和技术创新,为可持续利用和增值的食物资源。 随着浆果研究,油脂,人奶和牛奶国际公认的记录,该股已扩大其研究其他的食物资源,如谷类,豆类,蘑菇。 这项研究还针对对未来食品安全,健康饮食和业务增长的新的食物资源。 最终的目标是根据国际最高科学支持可持续生物的未来。 国家的最先进的针对性和非针对性的食品代谢组学是研究的重要工具。 除了基本的科学,该股的研究包括强大的应用的角度支持在食品工业的研究和创新。 硕士论文和主题 最后一个项目,旨在为Master's论文的技术是基于实验室的独立,实验研究项目。 这项研究工作是主管的指导下进行,并有三个月的时间。 在该研究项目获得的结果将在师父的研讨会利用科学会议已知的常规程序提交。 硕士论文将根据从实验工作和相关背景文献回顾的结果写入。 的论文题目示例: 三酰甘油脂肪酸组成和种子相关的生物合成相关基因的表达水平和发展沙棘果肉(沙棘)浆果 的储存条件上鼠李糖乳杆菌GG和双歧杆菌亚种的稳定性的影响。乳母乳 葡萄酒酵母对的黑醋栗酒的化学成分 - 花青素和醇 在麦面包盐的更换 - 在口味和喜好的影响 一个新的加工蛋制品的发展 双学位食品开发: 图尔库大学在食品开发与江南大学(无锡,中国)双学位课程。 食品开发学生有可能参加双学位课程在图尔库和工程硕士学位的大学攻读硕士的学位的技术在江南大学履行食品发展的硕士学位课程的学位要求将获得一个学生在图尔库大学的技术学位硕士。 要获得两校双学位,学生都有,此外,取: 至少30学分,或一学期等同,课程中的江南大学 以合资实际工程选修模型或共同监督的硕士论文 职业选择 能力描述 在硕士课程在食品发展你会: 理解与分子食品科学与它们之间的不同关系的现象和概念 对食品的发展主题,深厚的理论知识,可以申请其付诸实践。 了解食品开发使用的方法和可以应用它们来研究和产品开发的目的。 有知识如何搜索,应用和创造信息 能够使基于已极为取得的信息合理的决定。 获得在食品研发学术和工业项目在现实生活工作经验。 获得技能,以负责任的作用,多学科和多文化团队的一部分工作。 作业选项 该方案为您提供的能力,以满足在食品工业界和学术界的研究和开发所面临的挑战。 通过该计划,您还可以获得教育和资格作为食品当局和社会等相关功能一个专家工作。 职称的例子 学生从节目毕业可能工作,除其他外,如: 研发经理 质量经理 研究员 产品开发 企业家 协调员 产品专家 职业生涯研究 理学硕士学位为您提供合格的科学研究生学位学习。 研究生学位是博士,执照度。 度可以在图尔库大学,图尔库研究生院的大学完成,博士课程之一。 入学要求 一般学位要求 这正式资格申请进入大师级别的研究在国内它已经完成了学士学位。 此度应至少相当于180 ECTS(欧洲学分)或一个至少三年的全日制学习的。 每个计划的具体度的要求 该计划是开放给谁在理工学院/工程和/或生物科学,谁已完成一个较低的大学学历,学士学位(180学分),在如领域足够的背景知识的申请人: 食品科学 食品科技 食品工程 生物化学 生物技术 农业科学 要么 理工学院学位应用科学大学芬兰与研究,进一步研究结合相关领域。 入学的决定将基于的相关性: 申请人以前的学位(S) 量,相关性和课程的成绩的程度(S) 语言测试成绩(见语言的要求) 动机信 在申请人以前的学位(学士)学习优点是高度相关的。 动机信是在考虑申请人是否适合该计划的另一个重要因素。 请注意,在动机信可能与图尔库大学的Turnitin的剽窃系统进行检查。 以前一个获得硕士学位不会自动将申请人领先于其他申请人。 语言要求 申请人必须证明他们通过下列证书之一的英语知识: 一个) 申请人必须通过托福(测试英语作为外语)与575(笔试)/ 92的最低分数(互联网为基础的测试,没有个人得分低于20)或雅思学术(国际英语语言测试服务) 6.5(无个人得分低于6.0)或PTE学术英语考试(PTE学术英语考试)与62(没有个人得分低于54)的最低分数。 谁已完成学士学位的英语在澳大利亚,加拿大,爱尔兰,新西兰,英国,美国或北欧国家(丹麦,芬兰,冰岛,挪威和瑞典)学位申请者从语言测试豁免。 这些申请者的英语知识必须在其学士学位证书中注明。 B) 能力的CPE(剑桥英语证书:通等级A,B或C C) CAE(剑桥高级英语证书):通等级A,B或C 该学院更详细的语言要求 如何以及何时申请 报名时间 该计划的报名时间为每年围绕岁末年初。 这些研究在以下九月开始。 有每年只有一个进气口和研究只能在秋天启动。 在九月从2017年开始研究,报名时间为2016年12月1日至一月13日2017年15:00(芬兰,北京时间当地时间)。 请申请前仔细阅读所有的应用程序的说明和详细入学要求! 请确保您在申请之前同时满足入学和语言要求。 如何应用 应用程序是在Studyinfo门户网站(www.studyinfo.fi)来完成。搜索硕士课程在食品开发,图尔库大学。 仔细检查了入学要求。 去Studyinfo门户,www.studyinfo.fi。 填写并在线提交申请表格。 收集所需的机箱 发送您的所有文件,以大学招生芬兰 ©图尔库市和图尔库通讯大学 [-]

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Masters Degree Programme Learning, Learning Environments and Educational Systems

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

Masters Degree Programme Learning, Learning Environments and Educational Systems trains you for various national and international tasks in the field of Education. The Programme is based on the strengths in research of the Faculty of Education: learning research, learning environments and research of educational systems. The degree studies will both enhance the students’ understanding of social functions of education and familiarise them with analyses on global and local relationships in educational policy. In addition, the Programme increases their understanding of learning and motivation in complex and multilevel learning environments. [+]

Masters Degree Programme Learning, Learning Environments and Educational Systems Get a degree in the field of education with an advanced combination of theory and practice! Masters Degree Programme Learning, Learning Environments and Educational Systems trains you for various national and international tasks in the field of Education. The Programme is based on the strengths in research of the Faculty of Education: learning research, learning environments and research of educational systems. The degree studies will both enhance the students’ understanding of social functions of education and familiarise them with analyses on global and local relationships in educational policy. In addition, the Programme increases their understanding of learning and motivation in complex and multilevel learning environments. Throughout the studies, a strong emphasis is placed on students’ research skills. The applicants also have the possibility to apply for a double degree option called the Finnish-German Master Programme in Education, where a part of the degree studies is completed at the University of Regensburg, Germany. PROGRAMME IN BRIEF Programme structure The studies are divided into different semesters and academic years as follows: Academic excellence & experience LLEES Programme is a two year Master’s degree programme which trains experts and researchers for various national and international tasks in the field of education. The Programme concentrates on the leading research of the Faculty of Education: learning research, learning environments and research of educational systems. The studies will give you an in-depth insight into education on a macro-level as well as into individual learning. On the macro-level, the studies will enhance your understanding of social functions of education and familiarise you with analyses on global and local relationships in educational policy. You will also learn to analyse and explain findings of international assessment studies. On a micro-level, you will increase your understanding of learning and motivation in complex and multilevel learning environments. Throughout the studies, strong emphasis is placed on students’ research skills. There are two research units at the Faculty which contribute to these various branches: Centre for Research on Lifelong Learning and Education (CELE) Centre for Learning Research. Students major in Education. The language of the Programme is English. The high-quality research at the Faculty of Education is internationally recognised and its scope covers the entire human life-span. The main themes of our research are learning, education policy and education systems, and teaching and teacherhood. Master's thesis & topics Students complete a Master’s thesis as part of the advanced studies in the field of educational science. A Master’s thesis should demonstrate teh student’s: ability for scientific thinking mastery of the required research methods familiarity with the topic of the thesis the ability to communicate in a scientific context. There are two key research areas for Master’s theses in the Programme: 1) research on learning and instruction, and 2) research on educational policy and sociology of education. Examples of thesis topics: Attendance Policy Moderates the Influence of Achievement Goals an Transfer of Training. Analysis of educational transfer and policy changes after PISA in Japan and Finland. Achievement goals, learning strategies and exam performance in English learning : a study among undergraduate EFL learners in China. Children with hearing problems in elementary school environments in Pakistan and in Finland. Developmental trajectories towards the concept of rational numbers : a latent transition analysis of thrid to sixth grade students. Extracurricular language activities in higher education : perspectives of teachers and students. DOUBLE DEGREE PROGRAMME The applicants also have the possibility to apply for a double degree option, the Finnish-German Master Programme in Education, where a part of the degree studies is completed at the University of Regensburg, Germany. This option leads to two Master’s degrees: Master of Arts in Education from the University of Turku, and Master of Arts Erziehungswissenschaft (educational science) from the University of Regensburg. A student who has been admitted to the double degree option studies the 2nd semester at the University of Regensburg, in the Institute of Education. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS General degree requirements In order to be accepted to the LLEES Programme, the applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree that formally qualifies them to take Master’s level studies in the country where it has been completed. The previous degree on the basis of which the applicant is seeking admission to the Master’s Degree Programme should be in a relevant field of study. Relevant fields of study for this Master’s Degree Programme are: education adult education special education other fields relevant to the Master’s Programme Also persons who: have a Bachelor’s degree from other fields of study AND an official teacher’s qualification are eligible to apply to the Programme. The degree must include at least three years of studies. have completed a polytechnic degree in a Finnish University of Applied Sciences AND have completed basic and intermediate studies (altogether min. 60 ECTS) in education, special education or adult education may also apply to the Programme. The decision for admission will be based on the relevance of: the applicant’s previous degree(s) the amount, relevance and grades of the courses in the degree(s) motivation letter Language Requirements The applicant must have a good command of English. All applicants must prove their English language skills in one of the following ways accepted by the Faculty: by passing the test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 575 on the paper-based test (PBT), or a minimum overall score of 92 and no individual score below 20 on the internet-based test (IBT). by passing the International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) test (Academic) with an overall band score of 6.5 and no individual score below 6.0. by passing the PTE Academic test with a minimum overall score of 62 and no individual score below 54. by passing the Cambridge ESOL’s Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) with pass grade A, B or C. by passing the Cambridge ESOL’s Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) with pass grade A, B, or C. by passing the test for the National Certificate of Language Proficiency in English set by the Finnish National Board of Education with a minimum score of 5 for each subtest. with a Bachelor’s (or higher) degree conducted in English language in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom or United States. with studies (min. 20 ECTS) taken in a study programme conducted in English at the University of Turku. HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY Application Form and Enclosures Applications are done in the Studyinfo portal. Search for the Master’s Degree Programme in Learning, Learning Environments and Educational Systems, University of Turku. The application period for studies starting in September 2017 is open from 1 December 2016 until 13 January 2017. STEP 1. Fill in the online application form. The online application is open only during the application period, so make sure you will finish your application by 13 January 2017 at 15:00:00 (Local time in Finland, GTM+2). Applicants have to fill all the required information concerning the previous studies on the electronic application template. The applicant should also add: an abstract (max. 200 words) and a title for a Bachelor’s thesis (if applicable) a letter of Motivation (max. 4,000 characters) If an applicant has certificates other than the Bachelor’s degree certificate on official teacher’s qualification, they are to enclose the aforementioned enclosures with attested copies of the certificates, both in the original language and an English translation of them. STEP 2. Collect the required application documents. STEP 3. Send the following application documents to University Admissions Finland office by mail. The application documents have to arrive by the application deadline: a copy of a Bachelor’s (or higher) degree certificate in the original language or a copy of a temporary degree certificate in the original language or a statement from the applicant’s home institution in English, Finnish or Swedish stating the expected date of graduation a translation of a Bachelor’s (or higher) degree certificate or a temporary degree certificate (if the original document is not written in English, Finnish or Swedish, a translation to one of the languages is required) a copy of transcript of records of the Bachelor’s (or higher) degree certificate in the original language a translation of the transcript of records of the Bachelor’s (or higher) degree certificate (if the original document is not written in English, Finnish or Swedish, a translation to one of the languages is required) certification of the language skills (please see ‘Language Requirements’ below) a Curriculum Vitae in English (to find out how to create your own Curriculum Vitae, you can visit for instance the Europass website. If an applicant has certificates other than the Bachelor’s degree certificate on official teacher’s qualification, they have to enclose the aforementioned enclosures with attested copies of the certificates, both in the original language and an English translation. Applicants applying for the double degree option, Finnish-German Master Programme in Education, must also provide the following enclosures: a copy of an upper secondary school graduation certificate in the original language a translation of an upper secondary school graduation certificate (if the original document is not written in English, Finnish or Swedish, a translation to one of the languages is also required) Please see the country specific requirements for certifying the copies and submitting the documents. Address of the University Admissions Finland: University Admissions Finland Unioninkatu 40 C FI-00170 Helsinki FINLAND Applications arriving after the application deadline are not considered. Postmark dates on the applications will not be taken into account; the applications must arrive at the University Admissions Finland before the above deadline. In addition to submitting officially attested copies of educational certificates, the admitted applicant will have to show the originals of their educational documents (degree certificate and transcript of study records) at the Faculty of Education in order to be able to register with the University after arriving in Finland. Additional information The applicants can choose an option that leads to two Master’s degrees. This double degree option is called the Finnish-German Master Programme in Education and it leads to the following degrees: Master of Arts in Education from the University of Turku, and Master of Arts Erziehungswissenschaft (Educational Science) from the University of Regensburg, Germany. The studies take two years to complete (120 ECTS credits). A student who has been admitted to the double degree option studies the 2nd semester at the University of Regensburg, Institute of Education. The number of students admitted to the LLEES programme is 20 at the most: a maximum of 20 students to the single degree option and, among the 20 best scoring applicants, a maximum of 5 students will be admitted to the double degree option. If the required degree and studies are not completed by the application period deadline, applicants should enclose a statement from their home university stating the expected date of graduation. The general and country specific requirements concerning the way of certifying and submitting the documents must be followed also after the application period has expired. In general, the application documents required as officially certified copies must bear the official stamp and signature of an authorised university official from the degree awarding institution or a notary public. All translations must be made by an authorised translator. If copies of translations are submitted, those must also be officially certified. The following documentation is optional and does not affect the application in any way. It is simply asked for identification purposes when handling the applicant’s documents, which sometimes contain the applicant’s name in different forms: copy of information page of the passport or identification card containing the applicant’s name, date of birth and photo. An applicant should enroll to a language test early enough, e.g., 1-2 months before a test day. This is important because the test results are needed at the end of the application period and the tests might be already full for a late application. Application documents will not be returned to the applicant nor is it possible to apply with the same submitted documents in later application periods. Applications sent by e-mail or fax are not accepted. 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Master’s Degree Programme in East Asian Studies (MPAS)

校园课程 全日制 2 年 September 2017 芬兰 图尔库

The Master’s Degree Programme in East Asian Studies (MPAS) gives a unique opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge on the dynamic societies of contemporary East Asia. [+]

Master’s Degree Programme in East Asian Studies (MPAS) Gain in-depth knowledge on today’s East Asian societies and become a specialist in the most dynamic region of the world! The Master’s Degree Programme in East Asian Studies (MPAS) gives a unique opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge on the dynamic societies of contemporary East Asia. Students gain expertise on East Asian contemporary history, politics and societies and learn social science research methods to become area specialists on East Asia. East Asian languages are studied as part of the degree to support students’ acquisition of knowledge and Master’s thesis research. Students in the Programme have good opportunities for student exchange in East Asian universities as well as to receive East Asian study and research scholarships. The Programme provides expertise to enter international public, private and third sector professions. Students also become qualified to apply to PhD programmes and to pursue an academic career. PROGRAMME IN BRIEF Programme structure For a detailed description of the structure of the Programme, curriculum and teaching, please see: The Study Leaflet (pdf 40 pages). Academic excellence & experience The Centre for East Asian Studies specialises in research on contemporary East Asian societies, with special focus on various manifestations of civil societies in China, South Korea and Japan. For China, academic staff conducts research, for example, on disaster management, social movements and protest, urban governance, and environmental issues. For South Korea, on culture of economy, self-employment, and organisations, and popular culture and social movements. For Japan, on social movements and civic society. The research by the academic staff is directly reflected in the Master’s programme: students get up-to-date teaching on topical issues and societal and political developments in East Asian societies. Students also receive individual thesis supervision firmly anchored in the East Asia expertise of the teaching staff. Master's thesis & topics Examples of thesis topics: Place and belonging – an ethnography of rural migrant children in Beijing Cosmetic surgery and rites of passage in Korean society – a study on cosmetic surgeries after the university entrance exam Remembering the war and aggression: a discourse analysis of Japan’s state apologies and commemoration speeches on August 15th 1995–2015 From the Great Famine (1958–1962) to the food waste problem: the role of memory to enhance the awareness in the city of Shanghai Japan’s shining women: young women negotiating the transition to adulthood in Japan South Korean presidents and the alliance with the United States 1998‒2012: a case study of the Free Trade Agreement ENTRY REQUIREMENTS General degree requirements The following requirements need to be fulfilled in order to apply: A Bachelor’s degree of at least three years in length Verified proficiency in the English language (see “Language requirements” for recognized qualifications and required levels) The following selection criteria will be used when assessing the applicants: The East Asia contents and relevance of previous degree studies and achieved grades. This includes major or minor in East Asian Studies (or Korean, Japanese, and Chinese Studies) or other studies related to contemporary East Asian societies. Knowledge of East Asian languages, verified appropriately (transcripts, certificates etc.) Letter of motivation (see “Application Form and Enclosures” for guidelines) Applicant’s fulfilment of the application requirements and qualifications for the application criteria need to be documented with certified documents. Persons who have the Finnish first-cycle polytechnic degree called “ammattikorkeakoulututkinto” and have completed courses on scientific thinking, writing and research methods in areas relevant to the Programme are also eligible to apply. Programme-Specific Degree Requirements The following selection criteria will be used when assessing the applicants: The East Asia contents and relevance of previous degree studies and achieved grades. This includes major or minor in East Asian Studies (or Korean, Japanese and Chinese Studies) or other studies related to contemporary East Asian societies. Knowledge of East Asian languages, verified appropriately (transcripts, certificates etc.) Letter of motivation (see “Application Form and Enclosures” for guidelines) Language Requirements Proficiency in the English language needs to be verified in accordance with the standards set by the University of Turku by one of the following certificates which must have been completed in the last two years. The certificate must be valid on the application deadline (13th January 2017). TOEFL iBT test with a score of at least 92 and no individual score below 20 IELTS Academic test with an overall band score of 6.5 and no individual score below 6.0 Cambridge ESOL test: Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) or Certificate In Advanced English (CAE), pass grade A, B, or C National Certificate of English Language Proficiency by the Finnish National Board of Education, overall language proficiency level of 5 Pearson PTE Academic test with a score of at least 62 and no individual score below 54 See also Proof of English language skills Exemption from these tests is granted to applicants who have a Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent degree in an English-language programme in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States or in an EU/EEA country Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent degree in an EU/EEA country including courses taken in English and good proficiency (magna cum laude approbatur) in English in their high school diploma (ylioppilastodistus) or equivalent. Secondary education received in English language in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom or United States HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY Application Form and Enclosures Applications are done on the Studyinfo portal (www.studyinfo.fi). Search for the Master’s Degree Programme in East Asian Studies, University of Turku. The application period is 1 December 2016 – 13 January 2017 at 15:00 (local time in Finland, GMT +2) for studies starting in September 2017. The following documents are required from all applicants: A copy of the degree certificate in the original language ➤ In case you are going to graduate after the admissions deadline, you must include a certificate or a statement from your home university or institute stating the expected date of graduation. The actual degree certificate must be received by the Faculty of the Social Sciences of the University of Turku by a time to be announced later. An English translation of the degree certificate or a Diploma Supplement (likely to be issued by your university) A transcript of records (1) An English translation of the transcript of records (likely to be issued by your university) Certificate of English language proficiency (see above for accepted certifications); please see UAF’s Language skills page on how to have the test results forwarded directly to UAF Curriculum Vitae (resumé) (2) Letter of motivation (3) (included as an item in the electronic application form and not attached as a separate document; see below for guidelines on contents) Guidelines on application documents: Transcript of records: a document containing information of completed courses and received credits and grades. A certificate of registration or a diploma is not sufficient. If a transcript cannot be obtained, an officially certified list of completed academic work or yearly examinations with information on the contents of courses will be sufficient. Curriculum vitae (in Europe akin to a resumé in the US): for the format, you can use for example the guidelines at EU’s Europass site. Letter of motivation: describe briefly your study background, how you have become interested in study of East Asia, what motivates you to study East Asia and apply to MPAS in Turku, what are your topics and areas of interest in East Asia, possibly including also your tentative thesis research topic, and what are your future aspirations. Add the name and contact information (affiliation, e-mail) of two academic references, of whom at least one has been the main supervisor of your previous studies. A good length for a letter of motivation is 500–800 words. (The letter of motivation is one item in the electronic application form. Draft the letter in advance as a separate document and copy and paste the text to the application form.) ... [-]

Master’s Degree Programme in Futures Studies

校园课程 全日制 2 年 August 2017 芬兰 图尔库

The Master’s Degree Programme in Futures Studies provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary and practical education in the field of futures studies. It is designed to educate foresight experts who help organisations to harness future opportunities and avoid unnecessary risks. [+]

Master’s Degree Programme in Futures Studies Will you be the next expert of the future? The Master’s Degree Programme in Futures Studies provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary and practical education in the field of futures studies. It is designed to educate foresight experts who help organisations to harness future opportunities and avoid unnecessary risks. The Programme includes plenty of rehearsal, case-studies and real-life experiences on using foresight methodology. These range from quantitative and qualitative methods to innovative and creative futures design techniques. Here you will get a versatile toolkit for implementing foresight thinking for the benefit of a given organisation. You will qualify to a wide array of expert positions in the strategic and foresight units of private companies and public institutions. The Programme also serves as an excellent basis for building a consultant business. PROGRAMME IN BRIEF Programme structure The extent of the Programme is 120 ECTS and the degree is designed to be completed in two years. Futures Studies as a major subject includes compulsory and optional courses that build the expertise of the student in, for example, futures studies methodology, strategic foresight and scenario building. Students are free to choose a minor subject that complements their career goals. Recommended minors include Sustainable Development, Entrepreneurship, Management and Organisation, and Economic Sociology. Elective studies can include courses in Futures Studies, but can also widen the knowledge of the student in new subjects or thematic areas. All students are also expected to study languages (Finnish as well as English) and general methodological studies. Academic excellence & experience The two-year Programme is run by the Finland Futures Research Centre, which is the world’s premier hotspot of future-minded scholars. The Centre is specialised in futures studies and foresight and seeks to accomplish the ultimate goal of a responsible and sustainable future. The Centre researches alternative futures and the challenges and possibilities included in them. Academic research places special emphasis on: foresight environmental and energy research socio-cultural research food and consumption security education The Finland Futures Research Centre develops the scientific foundations and methods of futures studies. The Master’s Degree Programme utilises the resources, connections and personnel of the Centre to provide students with a comprehensive, multidisciplinary and practical education in the field of futures studies. The Master’s Degree Programme in Futures Studies is designed to educate futures experts. You will gain the theoretical and academic knowledge required for starting PhD studies as well as practical competences for working in challenging positions in companies or the public sector. Education is given in English, and the students of this international Programme learn to work together with associates from different countries and scientific backgrounds. Master's thesis & topics The thesis is a scientific research report comprised of both a theoretical section and empirical applications. The aim of the process is: to provide you with the tools to locate and critically evaluate scientific information to train independent problem solving for demanding research questions and thus lay and advanced knowledge and skill basis for doctoral studies to train presentation and argumentation skills, both oral and written to attain expertise in the practices of researching, utilising and developing alternative and possible futures in the chosen field Examples of Master’s thesis topics in futures studies: Images of the future of privacy: A privacy dynamics framework and a causal layered analysis of ideal types. The future of branded sportswear store formats in Germany 2030: Four images of the future. Futures of citizens’ political participation in Russia: scenarios for years 2014–2025 Sustainable Development – the Key to Competitiveness CSR as an added value to Alstom’s corporate performance Futures of Finnish food system by 2050. The perspective of resilience ENTRY REQUIREMENTS General degree requirements Phase 1. General requirements 1. Degree Requirements Applicants must have one of the following degrees (degree must be earned at the time of applying): a) Bachelor’s degree from Finland or corresponding degree from a foreign university: Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts in Education Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Bachelor of Health Science Bachelor of Administrative Sciences Bachelor of Science in Food Chemistry Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Science in Technology Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Sport Sciences b) Bachelor’s degree from a University of Applied Sciences in Finland: Bachelor of Business Administration Bachelor of Culture and Arts Bachelor of Engineering in Logistics Bachelor of Environmental Planning Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Management Bachelor of Engineering in Biotechnology and Food Industries Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Technology Bachelor of Engineering in Media Engineering 2. Language Requirement Prospective candidates should have a good level of proficiency in the English language. Applicants are expected to have taken one of the following tests: TOEFL PBT (Test of English, paper-based) minimum requirement: 575 points TOEFL iBT (Test of English, internet-based) minimum requirements: 92 points, each separate part at least 20 points CAE/CPE (University of Cambridge Advanced Examination/proficiency Examination) pass grades A, B or C IELTS (International English Language Testing System) minimum grade 6.5, each separate part at least 6 points PTE Academic minimum requirement 62 points, each separate part at least 54 points the test for the National Certificate of Language Proficiency arranged by the National Board of Education, average skill level 5 Finnish matriculation examination in English language, minimum grade of cum laude approbatur (or a corresponding minimum English language grade of 4 from the International Baccalaureate degree, grade 6.00 from the European Baccalaureate degree or grade 7 from the Reifeprüfung degree). The test scores, except from matriculation examinations, cannot be accepted if they are more than two years old (by the end of the application period). The test is not required if the candidate holds the required degree in English from one of the EU or EEA countries, or from Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the U.S.A. In such cases the language of instruction of the previous degree must be proven with the degree certificate. The degree must be earned by the time of applying. When booking the language test, please note that it may take several weeks before the test results are published. 3. Minimum Grade The grade of the applicant’s major studies must be 3 or higher for students graded on a grading scale of 1-5. The minimum for all other grading systems should be average or better. If the applicant’s certificate does not indicate the grade for the major studies, the average grade will be calculated from all courses indicated in the transcript of records. If the grading scale is other than 1-5, it will be converted to the 1-5 scale. Phase 2: Selection Criteria The applicants that have passed phase 1 will be graded and approximately 20 applicants with the highest points will be selected. The grading is done as follows: 1. Bachelor’s thesis Bachelor’s thesis or corresponding final thesis grade of 3 or above will be awarded 15 points. (If the grading scale is other than 1-5, it will be converted to the 1-5 scale). Applicants who have not written a thesis as part of their previous degree will earn no points in this section. The applicants whose thesis was graded on a scale of pass/fail will earn 10 points. 2. Eligible previous studies Previous studies in futures studies 1 ECTS credit = 1 point, maximum of 25 points. When converting the old Finnish credit system into ECTS the multiple of 1.5 is used for Universities of Applied Sciences and 1.8 for Universities. 3. Grade of Major Studies The grade of the applicant’s major studies, on a grading scale of 1–5. If the applicant’s certificate does not indicate the grade for the major studies, the average grade will be calculated from all courses indicated in the transcript of records. Grade 3 = 10 points Grade 4 = 20 points Grade 5 = 30 points If the applicant’s previous studies are not graded on a scale of 1–5, the grading scale will be converted to a scale of 1–5. 4. Supplementary studies Supplementary studies are studies that a student admitted into the Master’s Degree Programme must finish in order to supplement previous studies. The aim of the supplementary studies is to give the student sufficient qualifications to finish the Master of Arts degree. Supplementary studies are maximum of 22 ECTS credits. Applicant’s Bachelor degree will define the individual supplementary studies: Supplementary studies for Bachelor from University: second language 0-6 ECTS Bachelor from University of Applied Sciences: futures studies 10 ECTS, methodological studies 6 ECTS and second language studies 0-6 ECTS. Applicant is graded on the needed supplementary studies: 0 ECTS = 22 points, 1 ECTS = 21 points and so on. 22 ECTS needed supplementary studies will give applicant 0 points. 5. Motivation letter The applicant will receive 0-30 points from the motivation letter. In the motivation letter, the applicant should cover the following themes: What is your educational and professional background and how you feel it fits this Master’s Degree Programme? Define your reasons for choosing this Master’s Degree Programme and how you see your future after graduation. Present the international experience you have that you consider relevant for this Programme. What aspects of studying in Finland and in this Programme you expect to be most challenging for you? How do you plan to conquer these challenges? Please discuss your understanding of Futures Studies as a field of research. Instructions for the motivation letter: The length of the motivation letter is limited to a maximum of 4,000 characters. The language of the motivation letter is English. The motivation letter will be graded with the following criteria: Relevant international experience. (0-10 points) The level of motivation to enter the Programme. (0-10 points) Understanding the context of futures studies. (0-5 points) Relevance for career plans. (0-5 points) If the motivation letter is missing, the application will be rejected. Programme-Specific Requirements Minimum Grade The grade of the applicant’s major studies must be 3 or higher for students graded on a grading scale of 1-5. The minimum for all other grading systems should be average or better. If the applicant’s certificate does not indicate the grade for the major studies, the average grade will be calculated from all courses indicated in the transcript of records. If the grading scale is other than 1-5, it will be converted to the 1-5 scale. Student selection All applicants that fulfill the phase 1 of the application process which means general degree requirements as well as the minimum grade requirement will move on to phase 2 of the selection. Phase 2 Selection Criteria The applicants that have passed phase 1 will be graded and approximately 20 applicants with the highest points will be selected. The grading is done as follows: 1. Bachelor’s thesis Bachelor’s thesis or corresponding final thesis grade of 3 or above will be awarded 15 points. (If the grading scale is other than 1-5, it will be converted to the 1-5 scale). Applicants who have not written a thesis as part of their previous degree will earn no points in this section. The applicants whose thesis was graded on a scale of pass/fail will earn 10 points. 2. Eligible previous studies Previous studies in futures studies 1 ECTS credit = 1 point, maximum of 25 points. When converting the old Finnish credit system into ECTS the multiple of 1.5 is used for Universities of Applied Sciences and 1.8 for Universities. 3. Grade of Major Studies The grade of the applicant’s major studies, on a grading scale of 1–5. If the applicant’s certificate does not indicate the grade for the major studies, the average grade will be calculated from all courses indicated in the transcript of records. Grade 3 = 10 points Grade 4 = 20 points Grade 5 = 30 points If the applicant’s previous studies are not graded on a scale of 1–5, the grading scale will be converted to a scale of 1–5. 4. Supplementary studies Supplementary studies are studies that a student admitted into the Master’s Degree Programme must finish in order to supplement previous studies. The aim of the supplementary studies is to give the student sufficient qualifications to finish the Master of Arts degree. Supplementary studies are maximum of 22 ECTS credits. Applicant’s Bachelor degree will define the individual supplementary studies: Supplementary studies for Bachelor from University: second language 0-6 ECTS Bachelor from University of Applied Sciences: futures studies 10 ECTS, methodological studies 6 ECTS and second language studies 0-6 ECTS. Applicant is graded on the needed supplementary studies: 0 ECTS = 22 points, 1 ECTS = 21 points and so on. 22 ECTS needed supplementary studies will give applicant 0 points. 5. Motivation letter. The applicant will receive 0-30 points from the motivation letter. In the motivation letter, the applicant should cover the following themes: What is your educational and professional background and how you feel it fits this Master’s Degree Programme? Define your reasons for choosing this Master’s Degree Programme and how you see your future after graduation. Present the international experience you have that you consider relevant for this Programme. What aspects of studying in Finland and in this Programme you expect to be most challenging for you? How do you plan to conquer these challenges? Please discuss your understanding of Futures Studies as a field of research. Instructions for the motivation letter: The length of the motivation letter is limited to a maximum of 4,000 characters. The language of the motivation letter is English. The motivation letter will be graded with the following criteria: Relevant international experience. (0-10 points) The level of motivation to enter the Programme. (0-10 points) Understanding the context of futures studies. (0-5 points) Relevance for career plans. (0-5 points) If the motivation letter is missing, the application will be rejected. Language Requirements Prospective candidates should have a good level of proficiency in the English language. Applicants are expected to have taken one of the following tests: TOEFL PBT (Test of English, paper-based) minimum requirement: 575 points TOEFL iBT (Test of English, internet-based) minimum requirements: 92 points, each separate part at least 20 points CAE/CPE (University of Cambridge Advanced Examination/proficiency Examination) pass grades A, B or C IELTS (International English Language Testing System) minimum grade 6.5, each separate part at least 6 points PTE Academic minimum requirement 62 points, each separate part at least 54 points the test for the National Certificate of Language Proficiency arranged by the National Board of Education, average skill level 5 Finnish matriculation examination in English language, minimum grade of cum laude approbatur (or a corresponding minimum English language grade of 4 from the International Baccalaureate degree, grade 6.00 from the European Baccalaureate degree or grade 7 from the Reifeprüfung degree). The test scores, except from matriculation examinations, cannot be accepted if they are more than two years old (by the end of the application period). The test is not required if the candidate holds the required degree in English from one of the EU or EEA countries, or from Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the U.S.A. In such cases the language of instruction of the previous degree must be proven with the degree certificate. The degree must be earned by the time of applying. When booking the language test, please note that it may take several weeks before the test results are published. HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY Application Form and Enclosures The application period is 1 December 2016 – 13 January 2017 at 15.00 (local time in Finland, GMT +2) for studies starting in September 2017. Applications are done on the Studyinfo portal (www.studyinfo.fi). Search for Master’s Degree Programme in Futures Studies. The motivation letter is submitted into the electronic system and should not be sent separately. STEP 1. Make sure you have the required degree and that you have graduated by the time you submit your application. Check the language requirements and reserve a time for a language test if necessary. Remember to get your documentation certified according to the instructions below. Fill in the online application form. The online application is open only during the application period, so make sure you finish your application before 13 January 2017 at 15:00:00 (Local time in Finland, GTM+2). STEP 2. Collect the required application documents. STEP 3. Send the following application documents to University Admissions Finland office by mail. The application documents have to arrive by the application deadline: an officially certified copy of the original degree certificate (in the original language) AND an English, Finnish or Swedish translation (or Diploma Supplement from European institutions of higher education) an officially certified copy of the original transcript of study records (in the original language) AND an English, Finnish or Swedish translation (or an English-language Diploma Supplement concerning graduates from European institutions of higher education). certificate of English language skills Please see the country specific requirements for certifying the copies and submitting the documents: http://universityadmissions.fi/?page_id=24 Address of the University Admissions Finland: University Admissions Finland Unioninkatu 40 C FI-00170 Helsinki FINLAND Applications arriving after the application deadline are not considered. Postmark dates on the applications will not be taken into account. The applications must arrive at the University Admissions Finland before the above deadline. The Programme admits approximately 20 students annually. The application time is December-January. The studies begin in late August each year. ©City of Turku and University of Turku Communications [-]

Master’s Degree Programme in Law and Information Society (LIS)

校园课程 全日制 2 年 September 2017 芬兰 图尔库

The Master’s Degree Programme in Law and Information Society (LIS) provides essential insights, capabilities and intellectual tools for analysing legal problems of the information society. [+]

Master’s Degree Programme in Law and Information Society (LIS) Become an expert in the law of the information society and understand the legal challenges of digitalisation! The Master’s Degree Programme in Law and Information Society (LIS) provides essential insights, capabilities and intellectual tools for analysing legal problems of the information society. The Programme offers its students a unique combination of private and public law and interdisciplinary perspectives. Skills in legal analysis, critical thinking, research and writing is what distinguishes excellent lawyers and legal scholars. Our interactive study methods are based on the latest pedagogical research and courses are taught in small groups of selected international students. The Programme creates a solid basis for doctoral training in law. It also provides you with the expertise necessary for a successful career at law firms and corporations, governments and international organisations, as well as at universities and research institutions. PROGRAMME IN BRIEF Programme structure Curricula Guide Academic excellence & experience Digital Futures is one of the six strategic research themes of University of Turku. The Faculty of Law has several externally funded research projects in the areas of the LIS Programme (funded e.g. by the Academy of Finland). In 2016, the Faculty of Law was ranked in the top 151–200 in the QS World University Rankings by Subject. In the Programme, you will learn from the lecturers of the University of Turku as well as from international experts who are also top researchers in their area of experitse. LIS Programme is a partner in the Pan European Seal Traineeship Programme. Master's thesis & topics Writing a Master’s thesis is part of the advanced studies in Law and Information Society (60 ECTS). The work begins during your first year of studies with the orientation seminars. The actual writing of the thesis is done during the second year of studies. The advanced studies consist of: literature 8 ECTS seminars 12 ECTS Master’s thesis 40 ECTS Examples of thesis topics: Internet Service Providers’ Liability for Third Party Content Digital Exhaustion of Video Games – The Consumer Perspective The Right to be Forgotten – A conceptual analysis of the right to be forgotten, and its practical implications in the context of search engines ENTRY REQUIREMENTS General degree requirements The Programme is directed to students with a Bachelor of Laws degree. The applicant must have completed a lower university degree equivalent to a Finnish Bachelor’s degree in a University. Most of the credits in the degree should be from legal studies. The required degree must be completed by 14 July 2017. If the required degree is not completed by the application deadline, applicants should enclose a statement from their home university stating the expected date of graduation. The Programme admits a maximum of 20 students to pursue the Master of International and Comparative Law degree. Starting from autumn 2017, all new admitted students who complete their degree will be awarded the Master of International and Comparative Law degree. It is not possible to obtain the Master of Laws Degree with any study background. This means that students who have a Bachelor of Laws degree (ON, RN) from a Finnish university as well as those who have passed an EEA aptitude test for the Bachelor of Laws and have been admitted to the Programme in autumn 2017 or later, cannot obtain the Master of Laws Degree from the Programme. In addition, a maximum of five students who have already been accepted to the Master of Laws programme at the University of Turku are admitted to the LIS study track as part of their Master of Laws studies. The LIS study track has a separate application process. All applications are pre‐processed by the University Admissions Finland and evaluated by the LIS selection board. Applications will be checked for plagiarism. The decision on admission is made by the Dean of the Faculty of Law. The maximum of 20 students are accepted to the Programme. The decision for admission will be based on the level of: previous studies grades language skills personal interests written application examination. The results of the admission will be published at the latest by 4 May 2017 at www.utu.fi/law/lis. Applicants will also receive the notice in writing. The admitted students must notify the Faculty of Law as soon as possible, latest by 14 July 2017 at 15.00 Finnish time, whether they will accept the study place or not. If the Faculty of Law hasn’t received the student’s notification by 14 July 2017 at 15.00 Finnish time, they will forfeit their right to enrol in the Degree Programme. Language Requirements All applicants must prove their English language skills in one of the ways accepted by the Faculty: a Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent degree conducted in English in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States a Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent degree conducted in an English language programme in EU/EEA Countries, i.e. the language of instruction of the entire programme has to be English, (free‐form report on proficiency in English, one page and possible appendices) a Finnish Bachelor of Law (ON or RN) degree (free‐form report on proficiency in English, one page and possible appendices) studies of law (min. 20 ECTS, average grade at least 2,5) taken in a study programme conducted in English at the University of Turku (free‐form report on proficiency in English, one page and possible appendices) One of the following languages tests. In the University of Turku the minimum scores to be approved are: TOEFL: 575 points from the paper‐based test ‐ 92 points from the internet‐based test, no subtest score under 20 (i.e. Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing) IELTS Academic: the minimum overall band score is 6.5 and no individual scores below 6.0 (i.e. Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking) The Pearson Test of English Academic, PTE Academic: minimum score 62, and no subtest score under 54 (i.e. Communication Skills: Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing) The Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): pass grades A, B or C The Certificate In Advanced English (CAE): pass grades A, B, or C The test for the National Certificate of Language Proficiency in English set by the Finnish National Board of Education: min 5 of each part. An applicant should enrol to a language test early enough, e.g., 1-2 months before a test day. This is important because the test results are needed at the end of the application period and the tests might be already full for a late application.. Language tests taken more than two years prior to application deadline will not be accepted. All language test scores must be sent to University Admissions Finland (see the address below). The testing centre must send the test results directly to the University Admissions by the application deadline. HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY Application Form and Enclosures Applications are done on the Studyinfo portal (www.studyinfo.fi). Search for the Master’s Degree Programme in Law and Information Society, University of Turku. The application period is 1 December 2016 – 13 January 2017 at 15.00 (local time in Finland, GMT +2) for studies starting in September 2017. STEP 1. Fill in the online application form. The application is filled in and submitted online. The online application is open only during the application period, so make sure you will finish your application before 13 January 2017 at 15:00:00 (Local time in Finland, GTM+2). When filling in the application form, be prepared to: write a motivation letter stating why you are applying for this programme (max 4,000 characters) provide a written essay based on the application exam question, which is available at: www.utu.fi/law/lis on 1 November 2016 describe the grading scale used at your institution at the time of your studies. The grading scale must include all the grades and marks appearing on your transcript of records and their relation to each other. You should also provide a link to an official website where this information can be verified. (In many cases this information is already included in the transcript of records.) STEP 2. Collect the required application documents. STEP 3. Send the following application documents to University Admissions Finland office by mail. The application documents have to arrive by the application deadline: an officially certified copy of the Bachelor’s degree certificate in the original language (OR applicants graduating after the deadline must enclose a statement from the home institution stating the expected date of graduation). an official English, Swedish or Finnish translation of the degree certificate OR an officially certified copy of the Diploma Supplement in English (concerns graduates from universities within the EU). an officially certified copy of the original transcript of study records (in the original language) AND an English, Finnish or Swedish translation (or an English-language Diploma Supplement concerning graduates from European institutions of higher education). certificate of English language skills (see Language requirements). if the required degree is not completed by the application deadline, applicants should enclose a statement from their home university stating the expected date of graduation. Please see the country specific requirements and the way of certifying the copies and submitting the documents: http://universityadmissions.fi/?page_id=24 Address of the University Admissions Finland: University Admissions Finland Unioninkatu 40 C FI-00170 Helsinki ©City of Turku and University of Turku Communications [-]

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