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Student, become a Diak ambassador!

We are now looking for enthusiastic Diak ambassadors among our students to present their studies and to market Diak on social media, school visits and events during autumn semester.

Community-oriented development in an international environment

The BIP (Blended Intensive Programme) intensive week gathered students and teachers from four different European countries to develop community-oriented methods, especially in the fields of social, church and youth work. Organised under the theme of community-oriented development, BIP offered participants the opportunity to learn new things using innovative methods and to network with European colleagues.

The impacts of COVID19 during the upcoming semester

The COVID19 pandemic is turning into an endemic, which means that the virus is occurring all over the world in seasonally recurring and variable epidemics. The coronavirus is still abundant, but according to Diak’s estimate, it will only have a slight impact on the autumn’s operations.

Apply by 4th August for BA degree programme in Nursing

Did you apply in the joint application in spring 2022 to Social and Health Care field but did not get a study place? Student selection in this separate application is based on the performance in the International UAS exam, which was organized in January – March 2022. You can apply with your International UAS exam result.

Internationalisation, intense learning and adapting – this is BIP 

Helsinki campus was filled with an international atmosphere in May as an intensive week, as part of Digital Competence BIP (Blended Intensive Programme), was Read more

The main entrance of the Helsinki campus will open on 20 May 2022

The main entrance of the Helsinki campus and the working spaces on the sixth floor will be available to students again from Friday 20 Read more

Hey Diak student, become a model for us!

Do you want to become a model for Diak? Our next photo shoot will be held in May. Apply now!

The implementation of social rights for undocumented migrants varies widely in Finland

The implementation of social rights for undocumented migrants in Finland varies greatly between municipalities and regions, according to a study commissioned and funded by the Finnish Government. The study proposes solutions to support societal decision-making. Addressing legislative shortcomings can help reduce, if not eliminate, the number of undocumented migrants.

New publication: Diaconal nursing in Finland: Theory and practice

Diaconal nursing holistically promotes health and welfare, while bolstering hope and a person’s resources. This publication describes the theory of diaconal nursing and the practice of Finnish diaconal nursing in healthcare and the church’s work.

Alumni, become a mentor for a Diak student!

We are looking for alumni mentors for Diak’s students. In the mentoring programme, alumnus is mentoring a student by guiding them towards graduation and working life.