Content about "TEK's research"
COVID-19 impacted the employment of graduates in 2020. It also contributed to slight delays in studies. However, graduates are still very satisfied with their degree. TEK and universities of technology use a survey to survey recent graduates' thoughts on work and study.
Academic engineers now consider their own personal situation and the situation at their workplace to be clearly improved when compared to a year ago.
News article | 17.1.2022
Technology students who belong to sexual and/or gender minorities see more risks in their future than students who do not belong to these minorities.
News article | 7.6.2022
Half of technology students are concerned about their own well-being, says the latest student survey conducted by TEK. Students working towards their bachelor's degrees were more concerned than master's students. As first aid, TEK offers a peer support chat service.
News article | 19.1.2022
Antti Ilmavirta's thesis found that the associations that provide freshman education consider their activities to be inclusive, but also identify areas that need to be improved. Ilmavirta will now be able to use the lessons learned from his thesis as the Executive Director of the Aalto University Student Union.
News article | 25.8.2022
“Aside from being a human problem, wearing out future talent while they are still at school is socially unsustainable,” says Director of Public Affairs Juhani Nokela from Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK.
News article | 29.8.2022
Discrimination faced by women remains a significant problem in the field of technology, but a recent study also highlights discrimination experienced by men. The discrimination men experience in tech is often related to measures that promote equality.
News article | 21.3.2022