We are amid a revolution of work, which started already long before the pandemic. Making sense of the future of work can feel tricky in the middle of a constant information overflow. This course is supported with academic research and references packaged in a way that is easy to access. In this course, we will look at how the roles of the individual, organisations and society have changed and how it affects how we work today and in the future. The course is an open online course. The course material is divided into five (5) chapters.
Choose “Suomi” in the language menu to access the course in Finnish!
In this course, we will look at how you can creatively shape your career as you go in the radically changing world of work. We will focus on meaningful work as a core element of career sustainability and explore ways to design a value-driven path. After this course, you will understand how the changing context influences your career agency, how to use narrative to clarify your career identity, how to pursue meaningfulness and how to use radical creativity and design thinking to navigate in the uncertain future of work. The course is an open online course. The course material is divided into five (5) chapters.
In this course, we will look at how to navigate Finnish working life and how to build a career. We explore working life in Finland from societal, organisational and individual perspectives. Once you have finished this course you will have a better understanding of work culture in Finland, what working in a Finnish company is like, how individuals find work-life balance in Finland, how to communicate your skills, and how to look for jobs in Finland. The course is an open online course. The course material is divided into five (5) chapters.
The purpose of the Finland Studies open online course is to offer a starting point for learning about studying at Finnish universities. The course has been designed especially for international students and faculty coming to teach in Finland and those who wish to know more about Finnish universities. The course content has been produced collectively by experts from Aalto University Student Services, students, teaching professionals and researchers. The course offers societal-, organisational- and individual-level perspectives on Finnish student life as well as practical know-how for studying in Finland.
Finland Works is now available in Ukrainian!
The Finland Works open online course has been created as a starting point for understanding Finnish working life and building a career in Finland. The course has now been launched in the Ukrainian language to increase accessibility for Ukrainian students and individuals who wish to know more about Finnish working life, Finnish work culture, as well as career building and opportunities in Finland. This version does not include ECTS credits.