NoVA is a two-year masters programme that educates professionals and researchers of the best Nordic practices and traditions in art education and visual communication. NoVA provides relevant competencies and pedagogical interaction skills for working in cross-cultural and international educational situations and environments. The programme builds on Nordic expertise and is open for international students.

NoVA students engage in a variety of learning and teaching methods, including in-person, on-line, and whole group pedagogy, at home and host universities, and at retreats and international seminars. NoVA international faculty members cooperate in curricula planning and collaborative teaching, and employ the latest information and communications technology to actualize the curricula in a personalized and systematic manner. NoVA is entirely in English and is designed from beginning to end, with and through international partners.

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  6. Apply to Aalto Thesis Project: The Municipality of Sipoo - Digital Service Design to Support Employment 31.03.2020
  7. Vastaa ARTSin kyselyyn koulutusohjelmasi opiskelijavaihtokohdetarjonnasta / Reply on ARTS survey on your degree programme's student exchange destination offer 31.03.2020
  8. Tule mukaan keskustelemaan poikkeustilanteen herättämistä ajatuksista ja tunteista Zoomiin 1.4. klo 14.15-15.45 27.03.2020
  9. Power of Imperfection in Writing: workshop in April (Zoom workshop) 27.03.2020
  10. Dive into climate change on Climate.now course in period V 27.03.2020

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