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LM10A5000 Working in Student Guild or at the Student Union of LUT, 3-6 cr 
Code LM10A5000  Validity 01.08.2017 - 31.07.2019
Name Working in Student Guild or at the Student Union of LUT  Abbreviation Working in Stud 
Credits3-6 cr   
TypeBasic studies  
  Grading scaleStudy modules 0-5,P/F 
  Eligibility for post-graduate studiesno
    Allowed to study several timesno
Organisation LUT School of Business and Management 

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Teacher(s) in Charge 

Business Administration: Associate Professor, D.Sc. (Econ.& Bus.Adm.) Hanna Salojärvi
Industrial Engineering and Management: Associate Professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Lea Hannola
Software Engineering: Professor, Ph.D. Ajantha Dahanayake
Energy Technology: Associate Professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Ahti Jaatinen-Värri
Mechanical Engineering: Professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Harri Eskelinen
Electrical Engineering: Associate Professor D.Sc. (Tech.) Katja Hynynen
Environmental Technology: Professori, D.Sc. (Tech.) Risto Soukka
Chemical Engineering: Associate Professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Ritva Tuunila
Computational Science: Associate Professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Arto Kaarna


By participating in the management of the university, the student learns common working-life skills: meeting technics, influencing, decision-making skills, cooperation and management skills, as well as problem-solving skills. Student can also develop the capability of applying knowledge in to practice in future working-life tasks. The student also gets experience-based knowledge, which can be utilized e.g. in the courses of communication, exercises and the thesis seminars. Student can write a literal report about his/her role and tasks in the guild or student union's board and board working experiences.


Common working-life skills. Capability of applying knowledge and getting some experience-based knowledge. Writing a report.

Teaching Methods 

Active participation for at least one academic year in the board of the guild or student union and writing a report (approx. 10 pages). Report will be returned for the head of the own degree programme. The report should indicate in a detail in which tasks the student has been involved, and what she/he has done and an estimation about what the student has learned. Enclosed must be a document (proof) of the participation in the board work, tasks and the excellence of performing the duties.

Examination in Examination schedule (Yes/No) 


Examination in Moodle (Yes/No) 


Examination in Exam (Yes/No) 


Assessment scale and assessment methods 

Pass / fail, written report.

Places for exchange-students? (Yes, number/No) 


Places for Open University Students?(Yes, number/No) 



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