Tell us what you think about Leppävaara, Myllypuro and Myyrmäki areas! What are their characteristics and what makes them special? What possibilities for cooperative projects and activities could take place in the campuses in the future?
Metropolia is concentrating its operations to four campuses, and is now looking to identify the special features of each campus in a co-creation project together with Miltton. The unique characteristics are defined in cooperation with students, personnel and different stakeholders. Based on the material, a distinct profile and an authentic story will be created for each campus.
The first stage of the profiling project was completed on the Arabia campus during spring 2017 and the project is now moving on to the Leppävaara, Myllypuro and Myyrmäki campuses. We are now calling on all interested parties to collaborate on the project and share their ideas on how the renewed campuses should look and feel like in the future.
Join and share your ideas on web survey
We would appreciate it if you could answer these short surveys.
Let us know which campuses you are interested in and what you think about them. You can fill in the survey until 31.1.2018.
The surveys were created based on workshops that gathered together students, alumni, local actors and campus personnel. If interested, you will also have a chance to comment and revise the suggested campus profiles online.
Towards four campuses by 2019
Metropolia is set to concentrate its operations from 20 locations to four campuses by 2019. The campuses will be located in Arabia, Leppävaara, Myyrmäki and Myllypuro, where a brand new campus will be built.
The Arabia campus hosts Culture and Creative Arts whereas the Leppävaara campus is an ICT and Industrial Management hub. The Myyrmäki campus is home to Industrial Technologies and International Business, and the brand new Myllypuro campus will host Health Care and Social Services, Construction and Real Estate, Centralized Shared Services and Management.
Metropolia’s four campuses create an open and attractive learning environment and network which boost the area and its people to develop and succeed.
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