|Study location||Finland, Joensuu|
|Nominal duration||7-11 August 2023 (5 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€300 one-time
There is no course fee for the degree students of UEF! Please check the reduced prices below.
Currently studying at Master level or higher
Master, Doctoral, Professional Development (practitioners). Open to International and Finnish students.
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
The language level of the applicant must be at least B1 according to the European Language Level standard. You can do self assessment here: europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/resources/european-language-levels-cefr
Social sciences, including Social Work, Social Psychology, Social Policy, Public Policy, and Health, play a critical role in promoting global development goals (SDG) encompassing human rights, sustainable livelihoods, relationships, as well as combating injustice and poverty. The concern of sustainable wellbeing involves improving individual wellbeing by improving the wellbeing of other members of society and the natural environment. Exposure to diverse global perspectives and case studies will allow students and academics to consider new insights as to the interdependence of social wellbeing, sustainability, and social justice.
The course program is delivered by a UEF based team of Social Work and Social Science educators and researchers and associated Erasmus scholars from Jordan, Malaysia, Namibia, Mongolia, South Africa, and Australia. Students will explore the critical conditions for promoting wellbeing through human rights, environmental, crisis preparedness and social health interventions, together with and innovations in social research and pedagogy. The course targets the learning needs of an international and Finnish students from a Social Science and Social Work background and is provided at an advanced level of studies (MA, PHD).
This 5-day intensive program will be delivered as part of the University of Eastern Finland Summer School, from 7th to 11th August 2023, held at Joensuu, Finland. Course awards 5 ECTS, with an option for 3 ECTS.
PARTICIPANT FEES IN 2023
-Participant, normal fee: 500 euros for 2-week-course, 300 euros for 1-week-course.
-Participant from a UEF partner university: 400 euros for 2-week-course, 250 euros for 1-week-course.
-Incoming UEF exchange student: 200 euros for 2-week-course, 200 euros for 1-week-course.
-Participant from company/organization: 1000 euros for 2-week-course, 1000 euros for 1-week-course.
NB! UEF partner universities include our international exchange programme partners (like Erasmus+, bilateral agreements etc.) and international network partners (like YUFE, YERUN, UArctic etc.).