For Denisa, exchange studies at the University of Lapland offered an advantage when looking for work after graduation. Now she is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Faculty of Law who loves the nature in Lapland and likes to spend time with friends by the fire.
Denisa Souza, Slovakia
Marcelo found freedom, peace and a wife during his exchange at the University of Lapland and decided to come back to continue his studies in Arctic Art and Design Master´s degree programme. Now he creates amazing visuals with camera and video.
Marcelo Souza de Araujo, Brazil
Stevie has enjoyed having an education with a different set of eyes. Weather conditions similar to back home haven´t required much adjusting, so she has had time to concentrate on comparing European and American views the world and running the English speaking group in Café Lingua.
Stevie Hunter, The United States of America
Alumni couple Katja and Mark fell in love in University of Lapland and are now living together in Germany. Since graduating from ULapand they have both made an incredible career in Europe. Their advice for all the students is not to let fear or common sense stop you.
Katja Kurochkina and Mark Dennis
Read about Nhất’s crazy ice swimming experience, his special nickname Cookie, and how escaping from a big city to Lapland brought peace to his life.
Nhất Ngọc Trịnh, Vietnam
You have a chance to have a good education while you are living a very nice experience - Beatrice Lima from Brazil, talks about her studies in Lapland, about being out of her comfort zone and finding the snow to be magical.
Beatrice Lima, Brazil
Thao Trinh Phuong from Vietnam, a degree student of International and Comparative Law, learned how to ski, how to get lost and how to find her way again in Lapland. Read more on how the Arctic light felt right for our dear Thao.
Thao Trinh Phuong, Vietnam
Shari Noss came to Finland as a stranger and visited the North Cape with another one. In a jumble of people from all around the world she encountered challenges, reindeer wandering the hills and learned that it’s no joke that Finns, they sure love karaoke.
Shari-Michelle Noss, Germany