“Review about Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences”
Netherlands, Undergraduate Business Studies
My major at Haaga-Helia UAS, Helsinki, Finland is Supply chain management. Although this major is quite new and does not have many courses, it is very interesting and inspiring to learn this major. First of all, I know many new knowledge about supply chain and logistics such as green logistics, digital supply chain. I have learned about ERP system which is very important for manufactures and supply chain players.
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Good courses with practical knowledge
Not many courses for Supply chain management major.
Even if a student have enrolled to make a course that same course can be canceled a few days before start due to a not suficient number of students that take that same course. The courses choices or schedules are know only a few weeks before each period, indeed it is hard to predict which course can a student take.
In my opinio soup and the main course should be considered one whole meal and not independents meal choices. About the lecturers are in generally friendly and the dirctor of the degree that is also Professor is really funny and nice person but there is one thatI dont know if I like him or not because he (David Murray) screams with the students as if we are in the last century and in the class 1, in my opinion he is sometimes rude....but other times he gives nice tips about the world.Students can do nothing since their grade depend of him....
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During my experience abroad, I ... (1) Never – (4) A lot
Some of the courses are very well balanced and will give you exactly what you are looking for but that is only for "some of the courses".
Many of the teachers/lecturers are not suited for the job and seem to have neither fire or skills to even comprehend their work. This can be found through lessons where the English teacher doesn't speak or has flawed spoken skill set with English, teacher which is meant to teach workplace communication is close to a pokemon slowpoke (phrasing is boring and articulation lacking), a teacher might say: "Maybe this course is not for you then." when you miss one lecture, a course regarding building a financially working company has this "Yes yes, seems it's ok" attitude even though the fictional company makes loses annually and a ton of more same happenings....
Some courses are absolutely amazing and will help in long terms but the avg score I'd give for all courses is 4 (1-10).
On top of this all there isn't any kind of well planned working structure to help new students to participate in ant activities. The whole school feels like you are tossed on the side and they are only doing the work for the sake of money given from Finland.
I can't recommend this school for anyone and I have an avg. score close to 90% from all studies. This is why I can easily give honest review about most of the lectures. And about contact information: Why would I post my information to burn my changes to future study even though it's close to worthless in it's own honesty....
If you want to get education and won't be picky about the HONEST education quality, you should study here. It's honestly close to a really bad joke and I am deeply disappointed.
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Diversity of courses and availability
Quality, Control, Post reviews from courses not honest, assistance from school, finance based teaching system instead of a system which is based on education,
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