A!WorkLifePilots – Call for Project Course Pilots for 2017-18 with an integrated WorkLife element

The first call for applications is now open for WorkLife Project Course Pilots.

Teachers, departments and/or schools are invited to submit pilot proposals for courses that aim to enhance students’ work-life capabilities. The best proposals will receive up to 10,000 euro funding support for initiation and piloting; ongoing costs will need to be covered from normal budgets or other sources once the course is up and running.  For more information on requirements and guidelines for application, see the attached pdf-document.

 Free-form applications are sent to Päivi Palosaari-Aubry ([email protected]) by April 21, 2017. 

 For more information, please contact BIZ Vice-Dean Kristiina Mäkelä ([email protected]).

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