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Craft, Design and Technology Education (CDTE) is a scientific discipline that you can study at the University of Turku, Rauma Campus, Finland. Studying master’s degree in CDTE gives you permission to work as a teacher of CDT in Finland. The discipline of CDTE studies intentional productive activity by humans in the context of material space. Study focuses on pedagogic and didactic questions on learning and teaching craft process from early childhood education to the highest levels of education. Study is conducted widely in different material fields on working methods, technologies and educational goals.

The University of Turku

The University of Turku is an active international research university and an active academic community of 25,000 students and employees from over 100 different countries. As one of the leading universities in Finland, the University of Turku offers study and research opportunities in seven faculties – expertise ranking from Humanities to Natural Sciences. The University’s aim and ambition is to provide students with innovative problem solving skills and a high-standard, multidisciplinary education based on the latest research. Read more about studying at the University of Turku.

The Rauma Campus

The Rauma Campus is the home for the Rauma units of the Department of Teacher Education. Read more about research projects by the Rauma Campus.