Infotori located in Skanssi shopping centre is a low-threshold service point where immigran
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Are you new in Turku and wondering where to get started? Or are you an international talent who is considering moving here in the near future? We welcome you to our information and networking events, organised by the City of Turku and Turku Science Park Ltd. All internationals are welcome to participate!
The Empower Wednesday welcomes all international talents wishing to know more about topics such as Finnish working culture, starting your own business, and tips for job-seeking. We also offer networking, peer support, and inspirational success stories.
You can practise your Finnish language skills in a group with the help of a teacher at Osaamiskeskus this fall 2021.
- beginners, you know a little Finnish (A1 -level)
- Wed and Fri from 9 am to 10 am
The Talent Turku project, a joint effort by Turku Science Park Ltd.
- According to the UN, Finland has the second-most over 65-year-olds compared to working-age people in the world. Only Japan has more.
Turku Business Region
Fill in your information in the Finentry service. By using Finentry, you can quickly enter Finland at the border and be directed to free coronavirus testing in Finland if necessary. Once you have filled in your information in Finentry, you do not need to queue at the port or airport for a mandatory health examination.
Turku residents over the age of 18 and those living in Turku can submit their contact details to myvaccine.turku.fi website for a vaccination appointm
The Leila robot will send vaccination appointments to those who have left their contact details in random at a time during May–August.
The Year’s New Citizen of Turku for 2020 is Bosnian-born Aida Bacic.
The Multicultural Council of Turku chose the recipients from a shortlist proposed by the residents of Turku.
the Multicultural Act
Year’s New Citizen of Turku
How should I act in a coronavirus situation? How do I use a cloth face mask? What does self-isolation mean? Instructions in Albanian, Arabic, Bosnian, English, Kurdish, Persian, French, Swedish, Somali, Finnish, Russian, and Estonian.
Travelling abroad increases the risk of the virus spreading, which is why everyone should keep an eye on their own health and, if necessary, get teste
Currently, the coronavirus situation in Finland is good and everyone can participate in preventing the epidemic from spreading.
The City of Turku organised summer activities for children and adolescents.
Summer activities for pupils in grades 1 and 2
The City of Turku organises chargeable summer activities for pupils in grades in 1 and 2.
Half a Million Euros for Supporting the Wellbeing of Turku Residents to Be Distributed through Idea Contest
This year, the City of Turku will use up to half a million euros of will fund yields for promoting the wellbeing of city residents during and after th
Ideas concerning four areas are welcome:
From Infotori you can get personal counselling in matters that are important to you. Counselling is free of charge. You can get counselling in 14 different languages.
The latest information and the most recent advice about coronavirus (COVID-19). News page will be updated daily or as often as it is necessary. There is an option to translate the page into your own language via Google Translate service.
In Finland, the coronavirus epidemic affects everyday life in many ways. Finnish authorities have released useful information on the topic in different languages. Check out information and links on Info Finland website.
The joint customer service centre of the City of Turku and Kela, the Social Insurance Institution of Finland, Monitori Market Square will open its ser
- The customer is always in the middle of the new service delivery system.
Turku City Theatre
Turku Philharmonic Orchestra
The Incomes Register is a new national electronic database.
As a municipality, the City of Turku obtains data from the Incomes Register in cases where the city has the statutory right to obtain the data, an
Approximately 1,000 courses are published in the Finnishcourses.fi service every year. There are almost 50 education organisers involved who offer Finnish language courses that are open for everyone. The service has now been rebuilt.
The Year’s New Citizen of Turku in 2019 is Mari Jurtom. She was born in Estonia.
The Multicultural Council of Turku selected the laureates based on suggestions made by Turku residents.
New Citizen of Turku
the Multicultural Act
Promoters of equality will again be rewarded with the Year’s New Citizen of Turku and Multicultural Act acknowledgements.
City residents can suggest candidates for the awards and bring out good acts to the jury’s knowledge by the end of March.
New Citizen of Turku
Infotori offering guidance to immigrants in their mother tongues started telephone guidance in Somali, Pashto, Dari and Persian in December.
Evenings are already becoming darker, but let’s not let that bring us down, because October is full of events and activities!
Photo: ACT/Gregor Hohenberg
September brings diverse activities.
Photo: Ivo Varbanov, Turku Philharmonic Orchestra
Suomipassi - The Finnish passport - is a mobile application that can be used in everyday life situations.
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