Student Newsletter 2/2022
From the Student Newsletter, you can pick up news of interest to you or the university students for your organization’s own communication.
SELL Students Games in Riga 20–22.5 – there’s still time to join the most laid-back student sports event of the year!
After a two-year Covid-break, the most fun student exercise and sports event of the year, SELL Student Games, will take place in Riga in Latvia on the 20–22 May. These Games have no level requirements, so anyone can take part!
Watch a video tip for distance learning!
Online classes one after another and tiredness in the air? Time can be put to good use by doing household chores while listening to online teaching – your body gets beneficial movement, your mind becomes refreshed, and your apartment stays clean without even noticing!
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Universities on the Move gets stronger – MoE gives OLL a significant grant for further development of Universities on the MovePublished:
The Ministry of Education and Culture (MoE) is giving Universities on the Move, which is coordinated by the Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL), a grant of 90,000 euros for the first year. The project will last three years. The focus lies on finding new solutions which increase the physical everyday activity at universities and to implement these in practice with the university communities.
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Higher Education on the Move supports long-lasting and overall well-beingPublished:
How does the activities of Universities on the Move manifest in the everyday life of students and why should the programme's funding be continued? Special Advisor for University Sport Anni Liina Ikonen writes in the second part of the Finnish Student Sports Federation's election blog series about the importance of the Universities on the Move programme.
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We will include students in the promotion of exercisePublished:
The problems of students are hidden beneath the coping narrative, and the cause is their youth, writes Niko Peltokangas, Secretary General of OLL. During the parliamentary election, the Federation is campaigning to see students identified as a separate group in the legislation for exercise promotion.
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