Apply as a student representative for the administration!
LTKY applies for student representatives for administration (HallOpEd) to the academic councils of LUT Schools. Three full and three deputy members are applied to the Academic Council of each School.The Academic Council e.g. decides on the curricula of the academic unit, makes proposals for the filling of the posts of the unit and issues dissertation permits. The Academic Council meets about once a month during the academic year, so time is spent including preparation for meetings, including 5-10 hours per month, depending on the month. Meetings are promised a meeting fee and valuable experience in, for example, meeting behavior and negotiation. Eligible for the position are school’s (LBM, LENS or LES) students who are not employed by the university for more than 50% of the working time of that specific group of workers. The LTKY Representative Council makes the decisions on HallOpEd candidates. The new HallOpEd’s will be trained during November-December.
What: Apply for HallOpEd
- LUT School of Engineering Science (LENS) 3+3
- LUT School of Energy Systems (LES) 3+3
- LUT School of Business and Management (LBM) 3+3
When: Application period 12.10.-8.11.2020. Decisions will be made at the Representative Council meeting on 10th of November from 5 p.m.
More information about HallOpEd places can be found from here.
Apply and make an impact!
Teekkari cap order, batch 1
The most glorious days to be a freshman approaches when Wappu (first of May) draws closer. Now is the time to order your shining white teekkari cap so it’s ready when the time comes! Teekkari cap costs 126 € for students who began their studies this autumn and 145 € for older tech students. The bill will come in email at the beginning of March. Deadline for this first round of orders is 3.12.2020. Caps ordered after this date will cost more! Answers to questions and more information from Virpi Partti at LTKY’s office, by phone 045 261 2670 or by email [email protected]
You can order the cap from here!
MAKE NOTE! LUT Highway -students may only order their caps after being admitted in as degree students.
Parru HT is looking for players
You play ice hockey? The ice hockey pride of Lappeenranta, Parru HT have started the 2020-2021 season and there is still room for new players in the roster!
Parru HT plays in mens 3. division and after few weak years the team has started to win more games again. Our goal is to continue these good performances this season!
Parru HT practices two times a week (Tuesday and Friday) and usually we have one game in the weekend.
You can join whether you have played for fun or more seriously. So if you have played earlier, it certainly isn’t a problem!
If you are interested, you can contact us via email ([email protected]) or via phone (0442354990). You can also follow the team in Instagram @parruht
News from LUT university
Connects working life and students
A new Firm Team consisting of LUT and LAB students has started its work!
We announce theses, internships, jobs, and assignments. You can find us: Firmatiimi duunit / jobs on the Facebook group.
A message from THL to students
Student! Protecting yourself from coronavirus also protects your roommate, grandparents and siblings
It is a fact that we will have to live with coronavirus for some time still. What’s more important is knowing the best ways to prevent infections. By protecting yourself from infection you also protect your family and friends.
Even if you do not personally belong to a coronavirus risk group, it is important to consider those who could fall seriously ill due to the disease.
You may have a friend with cancer, an elderly grandparent, or a little sister with bad asthma.
There are over one million people in the coronavirus risk group in Finland, which means that we encounter them every day: at home, at school, at the store, at the library or at a restaurant.
Since people with coronavirus can be infectious days before symptoms begin, any one of us can unknowingly spread the virus. Each one of us is responsible for protecting those at risk.
Party virtually, outdoors or in small groups
Admittedly, remote parties for new students don’t sound the most exciting, but you can still have fun during coronavirus. Be inventive and show a good example by organising parties remotely. Share your experiences of successful digital events with others.
Favour meeting outdoors instead of indoors, even if the weather is not optimal. And keep it small. The fewer people, the smaller the risk of spreading infections.
The Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) collects information on the spread of coronavirus. Infections have spread at family gatherings, team sports events and practice, evening and night life, workplaces, and student parties.
And after being infected, people often spread the virus to their family.
Checklist for everyday life with coronavirus:
- Stay in touch with your fellow students and encourage them to get through this challenging time.
- The student community has strength that will help you cope. Lean on it if you feel alone.
- Your educational institution has provided thorough instructions on hygiene, safe distances, downloading the Koronavilkku app, bigger gatherings and, if necessary, the use of masks – please follow these instructions.
- Have student organisation meetings and other gatherings remotely.
- Student associations reach out to their members almost daily; please encourage each other to be responsible.
- If possible, favor remote exams and exam aquariums. Remember good hygiene so that others can safely use the facilities after you.
- Do not attend or organise any large student parties.
Director of the Health Security department and alumnus of the University of Helsinki
Relationship camp at Kesäranta camp center from January 29th to 31st, 2021 Instead of a harbor, we ended up living life in the crosswaves! We get to lower the anchor for a moment and stop to listen to ourselves and each other. We hear our feelings and needs. We look at the nodes of our own lives and look for a common direction.
The instructors of the course are Tuula Tynjä, KRS’s marriage coordinator, and her spouse Kasper Valtakari from Helsinki. They have been teaching relationship courses since 2006. Tiina and Ville Naumanen are the host couple of the camp.
The price of the camp with full board Adults € 75, children € 35. By the end of November, those who register will receive discount 5 € / person. You can register by Fri 15.1. or as long as there are places.
Location: Kesäranta camp center, Jänheentie 300, Joutseno
More information and registration:
By e-mail: [email protected]
By phone: Ulla Junell, Priest / Camp Manager for Relationships 040 3126 504
You are welcome as you are!
Come to chat with other students
Nyyti has an online chat where you can discuss student related issues with other students.
Chats in English:
thu 22.10. Hell is other people? Sanity & relationships.
thu 12.11. The Polar Night – How to handle ”kaamos” and seasonal affective disorder?
thu 10.12. Can you hear me, S.O.S?