Starting a job in a new country can be challengind and raise questions: How should i behave at the workplace? How to adjust to the work community? What are my rights and responsibilities?
Luckily the Insitution of Occupational Health offers guides about working in Finland for Immigrants in 13 languages. Among other things, the guide provides advice on how to find a jod and information of the induction proces and the Finnish work culture.
Whether you are looking for a job during or after your studies, higher education institutes’ services and other public services help you find job offers and identify your own possibilities, interests and skills.
It is important that you have gathered some work experience during your study period, regardless if the job has been an internship position, a summer job, a part-time job or some other type of work project course. Practical experience gives you a lot for the future.
The project application process, now held for the second time, invites the students and operators of the City of Turku and its institutes of higher
Thursday 30 August at 10-16, Study in Turku fair
ICT-city, Joukahaisenkatu 3
Spend a day in the park
Samppalinna Hill, Sports Park, Kupittaa Park, Vartiovuori Park, Puolala Park and many others.