Share your story!
If you don´t feel like writing a blog yourself, we can interview you. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share your learning experience on social media
Tips on what you can share
- Photos or videos on studying moments.
- Tell everybody:
- What are you studying?
- Why did you start studying?
- How are you planning on using the information you are now learning?
5 points on social media
- 5 points on why to choose Xamk Open University
- 5 points on why to choose the course you are taking?
- 5 points on what you have learned with Xamk
Share 5 photos on the benefits of studying.
Write a blog
- You get to tell your story.
- Most of our student blogs are published on our website.
- Published blogs are shared on Xamk social media and Xamk marketing materials.
- You can share the published blog yourself for example in LinkedIn – the blog can help you to communicate about your studying goals.
- Your blog will set an example to other people considering Open University studies.
Send your blog and your photo to: email@example.com
Tips for blog writing
- Write an approximately 1 page long text in your own voice.
- The text can be funny, touching and original.
- The idea is to create a positive image about studying Open University studies.
- If you don´t know what to write about, you can answer the questions on this page. However, you do not need to answer all of the questions and instead of a Q&A, write you blog as a story.
- Use a headline.
- Your text might be edited before publishing.
- Send us your photo to accompany the blog. The photo should be vertical and high-resolution (minimum: 1920 x 725 px).
- If you want, other photos can also be attached to your photo. Remember to ask for permission from the photographer and anyone photographed.
WHAT TO WRITE ABOUT?
- Who are you?
- How or why did you end up studying with Xamk Open University of Applied Sciences?
- When did you start studying with Xamk? What are you studying?
- What is the best thing about studying with Xamk Open University? What has been most challenging?
- What is studying like?
- Are you working? Will studying Open University studies help you with your career?
- Who would you recommend Xamk Open University studies to?
- What are your dreams and aspirations for the future?
- How would you develop Xamk Open University studies?
OUAS students' stories