Introduction to CUDIS

Internationalisation and digitalisation have been recognised as driving forces that impact the current working life. As international mobility increases, working in the future requires versatile language skills, understanding of intercultural communication and strong IT skills. The CUDIS project addresses these needs by training companies and students and graduates of humanities and computing in North Karelia.

The registration form for our first training events is now open. Go to the Events section and read more.

  Benefits for working life representatives

  • Enhancement of digital and international competence
  • Support for forecasting competency needs
  • Connections to educational organisations
  • Digital and international competence development service
  • Research-based knowledge for business development through theses
  • Contacts to new recruits
  • Trainees

Benefits for students and jobseekers

  • Digital and international skills in a working life context
  • Deepening the expertise gained from education in real work-life situations
  • New working life contacts and networks for employment
  • New career prospects
  • Traineeship opportunities
  • Topics and contacts for work-place oriented theses
  • ECTS credits
  • Open badges for your CV to stand out in job search
  • Working life events for learning/professional portfolios and other studies
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