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The Master's Degree Programme in Futures Studies provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary and practical education in the field of futures studies. It is designed to educate foresight experts who help organisations to harness future opportunities and avoid unnecessary risks.
Futures Studies is a new emerging field of research. As the future does not exist yet, futurists study the future projections of and discontinuities in past trends and current views of the long-term future. Futures Studies is interested in the probable futures, possible futures and preferred futures. As a societal action, futures studies aim to serve private and public decision-makers by outlining alternative long-term strategies in a changing operational environment. As an academic field of research,
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A Bachelor’s degree from Finland or a corresponding degree from a foreign university. The degree must be from a relevant field.
A Bachelor’s degree from a University of Applied Sciences in Finland or a corresponding degree from a foreign university of Applied Sciences giving eligibility for Master’s level studies in that particular country. The degree must be from the following fields: Business Administration, Culture and Arts, Natural Resources, Engineering (e.g. Logistics, Planning, Industrial Management, Biotechnology and Food Industries, Environmental Technology or Media Engineering.
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Free for citizens of EU/EEA countries or Switzerland.
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The University of Turku is an international research university and an active academic community of nearly 24,000 students and employees. As one of the leading universities in Finland, the University of Turku offers study and research opportunities in seven faculties and seven independent units - expertise ranging from humanities to natural sciences.Read more
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