Super Week brought first RUN-EU guests to Hämeenlinna


The first RUN European University Super Week was held at HAMK on the last week of October. HAMK Design Factory was filled with over 50 guests from Austria, Ireland, Portugal, Hungary and the Netherlands.

During the week students and staff members from all RUN-EU institutions worked together in three parallel sets:

  1. Short Advanced Programme (SAP) “How to Navigate through Unfamiliar Contexts” for students
  2. Pedagogical Development Programme
  3. Design Factory Bootcamp

RUN-EU was established in 2020. Due to COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on travelling, members have had to work together almost completely remotely during the whole existence of RUN-EU. Thus it was wonderful to finally meet and work face to face!

Participants of Pedagogical Development Programme got to share and learn pedagogical models of RUN-EU member institutions. What is quality learning and teaching in higher education?
Three students giving a presentation on stage

The Super Week was full of learning, networking and being creative, but also getting to know each other and the ways other RUN-EU institutions function.

Three men building a machine out of carbon
Teachers and other staff members were challenged to create the ultimatic workshop during which the students would learn some important future skill. Can you guess which future skill could be adopted by this workshop?
3D printer
Super Week participants also got to experiment 3D printing.

Thank you for all the participants and staff of the RUN-EU Super Week!

Upcoming RUN-EU events for HAMK students and staff

Would you like to know what kind of possibilities RUN-EU has to offer for you? There are plenty of inspiring opportunities already – and more is coming soon! Find out more at RUN-EU’s website

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