The Scouts and Guides of Sweden organize together with the King of Sweden a leadership course for young leaders once in a year. It is a course about value based leadership; how to lead oneself and teams, how to build effective teams in this world full of norms and diversity, what can a leader do … Continue reading Value Based Leadership
Joëlin came from France, more specifically from Universite Catholique de Lyon, to do her six months exchange in Metropolia Business School. During her stay we got to sit down with her and interview her about her experiences of Finland and the MBS. For starters, could you briefly tell us who you are and why you … Continue reading Exchange Stories – Joëline Studer in Metropolia Business School
Our most enigmatic teacher answered all our questions, as promised Metropolia Blog interviewed Michael Keaney and his answers ready to be read. Despite his fear of the coming questions, he was brave enough to stay and answer our challenging inquires – not matter what the questions were related to. He promised to be as honest as he … Continue reading Michael Keaney answered all your questions!
As promised the Metropolia Blog Team took the opportunity to interview Marko Korkeakoski, director of the International Degree programmes. Despite his fear of the coming questions, he was brave enough to stay and take on the challenge of answering - not matter what the questions were related to. Being a storyteller - or not? - … Continue reading Why am I born in Beirut?
Almost two weeks ago, all the people attending the Metropolia World Week had the chance to win prizes. Either you had participated as a cooking team, at one of the three campuses, and have been voted best by all the people trying your food. Or you send in your photo or video for the Erasmus … Continue reading Congratulation to the Winners!
Are you excited for the weekend? It is Easter again. But why only exercise the same traditions as every year? Why not celebrate French Easter this year. Or do some Semana Santa? Let's get inspired by the many traditions around Europe and make this year's celebration special. Sweden In Sweden, Easter is the first occasion … Continue reading Hoping around Europe for Easter
The question when the first april fool was played remains unsolved. Some say it goes back to the romans who celebrated carnival, other say it is a relic from the 16th century when they changed the calendar so that the first of january is the new years day instead of the first of april. People … Continue reading April Fool!