During her Bachelor’s studies, Yesselin did Erasmus exchange studies in Finland. That’s when she realized she wanted to continue to Master’s studies. “The title, Leadership for Change, caught my attention. I had never heard anything like that and I became very curious”, she says.
On his insightful trip from Canada to Brazil, with no plane tickets involved, Gabriel Esber Elias realized he wanted to continue with his studies.
Having got Bachelor’s degree in Business and several years of work experience, Gabriel felt he wanted to do something new that could make an impact. He thus decided to head to Finland to learn more about questions related to social justice and welfare, which is when he found out about the track Governance for Sustainable Change in the Master’s Degree Programme in Leadership for Change. Now Gabriel’s goals are to learn as much as he can, both from theory and interaction with people, and apply the acquired knowledge in his home country Brazil. “Stop thinking and apply!”, Gabriel encourages all potential LFC students. Meet LFC Student Gabriel Esber Elias!
We met with Aline Mayr, a first-year student in the Master’s Degree Programme in Leadership for Change. Aline is originally from Germany, but it is not her first year in Tampere – during her Bachelor’s studies, Aline was an exchange student in the University of Tampere. Today, in addition to her LFC studies, Aline is busy in her role as an Event Coordinator at the ESN FINT, International Exchange Erasmus Student Network, which organizes interesting events for both international and Finnish students.
We had a chat with Berfin Osso, a first-year Leadership for Change student, on a November afternoon in Tampere. Besides her interest in law and politics, Berfin’s passions are travelling and drawing cartoons and caricatures.
We met with Reyver Serna, who has started his studies in the Master’s Degree Programme in Leadership for Change. Reyver moved to Tampere four years ago and was glad to share his thoughts and tips regarding the university and the city of Tampere.
We had a chat with Antti Lönnqvist, Dean of the Faculty of Management. Antti has a long history dealing with knowledge management. Besides his thoughts considering the Master’s Degree Programme in Leadership for Change, he also shared tips about leisure time in Tampere and nearby.
The Leadership for Change orientation session was organized on Tuesday August 29th. The LFC students, staff and the students’ organizations got to know each other and the atmosphere was inspiring and positive! Read the full story.