Each degree program includes one of more practice periods and you can find more detailed information on the Intercultural Teacher Education in the menu link. For the Finnish-language degree programs see here.
Support for practices in Finland or abroad
The University supports financially practices in Finland and abroad (Please note that this doesn’t apply to practices done at the University of Oulu Teacher Training School or at the Oulu International School). Practices need to be organized by the student. Generally, in order to get a grant, the practice/internship must last for at least two calendar months and needs to be included in the student’s degree (includes optional studies). There are several courses are suitable for this:
- 408038S Thematic practice (teacher education programs)
- 404022A Optional practice
- 407533A School experience: Bachelor's level (ITE)
- 407530P Internship (Education for Intercultural Competencies –minor)
- 408518S Internship (EDGLO)
Below you can find the links to the University’s internship programs:
- Practice/internship in Finland
- Erasmus+ internship (EU ja ETA countries + Turkey and Macedonia)
- Practices outside Europe
- Embassy work placements
Use the links to check the grant amount in each program as well as the requirements for applying/receiving. The grant applications are made in the SoleMOVE-system. It is possible to do practices that last less than two months as well as taking part in an program outside the university. These practices are accepted into degree as long as they fulfill the requirements of the practices (see from Weboodi).
The contact persons for practices in the Faculty are:
Tari Rantasuo (email@example.com), practices in Finland (office hours, Tue and Wed 10-11)
Jani Haapakoski (firstname.lastname@example.org), practices abroad (office hours, Mon 12-14)
- To book a time: Check the calendar for free times and suggest a few via email.
Providing a criminal record
Please note that students admitted to the University in 2012 or later may be requested to provide an extract from the criminal records for the assessment of their ability to study and do practices. Such an extract may be requested only from students whose studies include practical training or other activities involving work with minors.
The extract will be requested before the beginning of the practical training or other activity. You must present the document, in person, to Jani Haapakoski (ITE, KE225), Tiia Autio (EDGLO, KE224-1) or Niina Impiö (LET). To ensure the safety of minors, it is necessary to ascertain that the student about to begin practical training has no criminal record of certain serious crimes (sex offence, murder, aggravated assault and battery, aggravated burglary and robbery and narcotics offence).
Last updated: 13.2.2019