UCPori Interdisciplinary Exchange Programme in Technology, Business and Culture
EXCHANGE PROGRAMME INFORMATION
- Course offering
- Self-study courses
- Academic calendar
- Partner universities
- Preparing for exchange period
- Useful information after arrival (study guides etc.)
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Enjoy the cozy atmosphere
Studying at UCPori provides a great opportunity not only to meet and interact with Finnish degree students and academic staff but also to enjoy the multicultural atmosphere among exchange students from different countries. Extracurricular activities for international students are also organised by Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK) and Diaconia University of Applied Sciences (Diak).
Unique campus in the center of Pori
The central location of the campus ensures the perfect combination of academic study, student life and recreational activities. The campus is ideally located in the historical milieu of an old cotton mill on the north bank of the Kokemäenjoki River.
Pori – a vibrant seasice city full of festivals and alternative culture
Located on the west coast of Finland, Pori is home to 85,000 people. Pori is a vibrant city full of festivals and alternative culture where events and activities liven up the atmosphere. The city and its surroundings offer a diverse variety of land and water sports.
The total student population at the University Consortium of Pori and the universities of applied sciences in the region is around 10,000. Local industries offer students exciting employment opportunities, for example, in the fields of maritime technology, robotics, energy, software engineering and game industry.
Finland – a comfortable and safe living environment
Finland has a particular charm that lies in the combination of world-class education, research, technology, and beautiful unspoiled nature.
Finland is known as a comfortable and safe living environment, as confirmed by quality-of-life studies, and has been ranked among the world’s top countries for higher education. Finland has even been declared the world’s best country to live in.