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The Consortium on Applied Research and Professional Education (CARPE) is the first strategic alliance of a number of European universities of applied sciences. The partners aim to encourage cooperation in research programmes and jointly develop educational programmes. TUAS is a member of CARPE network.
TUAS is a member of CARPE (Consortium on Applied Research and Professional Education), together with Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht and Polytechnic University Valencia. The aim of CARPE is increase co-operation between the partners and to establish a strong European reputation.
Already for the third time in a row, a team from Turku University of Applied Sciences will represent Finland in the global finals of Imagine Cup. The team participates in the international competition with their mobile application “Pregnancy2Baby".
The traditional, Zagreb-based animation festival Anima grants yearly an award to the best educational institute offering animation education. The Selection Committee considered the value of the animated films both in ther visuality and storytelling.
During its meeting on 24–25 May in Brussels, the Steering Committee of CARPE, Consortium on Ap...
The number of applicants to Turku University of Applied Sciences increased again this year. The total number of applicants in this spring’s joint application was 19 974.
The population is ageing rapidly. VIRTU project (Virtual Elderly Care Services on the Baltic Islands) rises to the challenge and creates chances for the elderly to survive longer at home.
The Puppet Theatre thesis festival Fanatik Figuras provides six artistic theses and a great deal of supplementary programme at Köysi Theatre and all over the Arts Academy. 
Turku University of Applied Sciences will, together with the University of Turku and Åbo Akademi, host the ICEE 2012 conference. The purpose is to consider e.g. how the education of engineers could even better respond to the challenges of a global future.

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