Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (KAMK)
KAMK is an international learning and development community with 2200 students and 235 experts who work in a self-contained compact campus area.
It offers 10 Bachelor's degrees delivered in Finnish, 6 Master's degrees in Finnish and one 1 in English (Master's Degree in International Business), 4 Bachelor’s degrees in English (International Business, Esports Business, Sports and Leisure Management and Tourism).
According to the KAMK’24 vision, Kajaani University of Applied Sciences, KAMK, will be Finland’s smartest university by 2024. The KAMK’24 strategy promotes KAMK further, as a true beneficiary of internationalization and digitalization also within regional development. Its operations are directed by one overall profile – smart solutions – which cuts through all activities at KAMK.
Each of the 5 KAMK schools has its own area of excellence supporting the KAMK profile. Research and Development is one of the key functions of KAMK. You can find more information about our RD activities and how they are linked to our competence areas here.
The Finnish Education Evaluation Centre (FINEEC), has awarded KAMK a quality label which is valid until 20th March 2021. KAMK has achieved great success in Ministry of Education and Culture outcome barometers. In particular, the quality of teaching and counseling has been considered the best in Finland for several years running. According to a survey published in Talouselämä magazine in 2011, KAMK was Finland’s best university of applied sciences based on several indicators.
KAMK has partner universities and other partners in more than forty countries. Each School has its own partners in co-operation. The links on the left provide further information about our partner institutions.
||In August 2017 Kajaani University of Applied Sciences has joined the Arctic University and Research Institute network (University of the Arctic – Uarctic). This membership strengthens KAMK’s operations and guarantees that KAMK is even more actively involved in developing far northern regions. More information on the network and its members is available on www.uarctic.org.