Wellbeing Programme

The objective of the wellbeing programme is to secure and actively develop means and measures to make our University of Applied Sciences a secure place to study and work. Intervening in and preventing the factors that threaten our wellbeing is a part of the university’s operation. The objective is to recognize the problems and crises that threaten the student’s wellbeing and to intervene in then in time.

The objective is also to prevent the marginalisation of the students from the education and to support their possibilities to finish the studies. For example, drug and alcohol abuse and mental health problems, if not treated, must be considered risks for work safety. Studying at university of applied sciences and related learning at work require that these factors are minimised and prevented.

The model for an early intervention is attached to the Wellbeing programme with instructions what to do in situations where wellbeing is threatened and how to prevent the situations.

Wellbeing Programme