International Project Week (IPW) took place at Metropolia Myyrmäki Campus 16 - 20 March.
IPW gathered together 170 students from Metropolia Business School and 15 guest lecturers from Metropolia Partner Universities around Europe. The Project Week's theme was Business Ethics. On the very first day, guest lecturers, students, and Metropolia Business School's staff were honored to hear a speech from Gregory Elphinston, Nokia, who summarized the Business Ethics in the following words: take responsibility of your own actions, no matter what a person's position in a company is.
The students were divided into 14 small groups and they were dealing with the different themes in the field of Business Ethics, for example: Ethical issues in Advertising, Sport Ethics, Intercultural Business Communication and Ethics in Negotiation.
Metropolia IPW learning method goes to Slovenia
Darja Saksida, the International Coordinator from University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, spent the week at Myyrmäki Campus on a staff exchange. She was learning how to organize the International Project Week and now will take the method to her University in Slovenia.
IPW was organized by Metropolia Business School.
Muuta maailmaa kanssamme
Tule mukaan muutosta vauhdittavaan varainhankintakampanjaamme. Lahjoita euro, joka tukee yhteistä tulevaisuuttamme. Kiitos lahjoituksesta!
Urban Research as a European Mission – U!REKA Consortium held its 3rd Conference
The consortium is formed by six European universities, and its purpose is to use its shared f...
The Finnish higher education attracts the global education consultants
“This cooperation lasts long time” - The first staff exchanges between Metropolia and University of Colombo started
Substantial Erasmus+ funding for collaboration with partner institutions outside Europe
3UAS and EduExcellence featured in learning festival Dare to Learn
Dare to Learn gathered a vast and international group of experts to disc...
ICT Summer School is fun and not just for ICT-students
SWAIP - Develop curricula for a study programme which will train artists and health workers
The two-year Strategic Partnership Social inclusion and Well-being through the Arts and Interdisciplinary Practices (SWAIP) has received €204.855 from the Erasmus+ programme, to develop curricula for a study programme, which will train artists and health workers with an arts background to work wit...