Would you like to learn directly from experts in teacher education? Are you interested in learning about the Finnish education system from local professionals, and seeing educational theory at work in the classroom? Are you looking for a tailor-made programme to cater to your group’s specific needs? Come to visit us in Helsinki, Finland.
Are you interested in highly ranked, research-based and multidisciplinary Master’s programmes at the University of Helsinki? Would you like to know more about study opportunities and student life here?
Come and learn in an inspiring learning environment. We have first-class study facilities on our four campuses and provide excellent library and information services. There are modern libraries, the latest being the award-winning city center campus library. Experience our new learning space innovation Think Corner, a co-creative meeting space of science for students, researchers, entrepreneurs and the citizens of Helsinki. And on top of that you have a chance to meet our helpful admission advisors.
Are you interested in urban sustainability? Do you need information about new practices and ideas concerning urban mobility, circular economy and air quality? Or perhaps you are interested in open data and inclusive housing policy? Helsinki metropolitan area has a lot to offer! Come and see the capital of Finland and its neighbouring cities and their interesting and innovative examples on sustainable urban solutions.
Medical Science Visit
Did you know that the University of Helsinki´s and the Helsinki University Central Hospital are ranked fifth in Medical Science in Europe? Do you want to learn about the best educational practices in teaching in the field of medicine? Or are you interested in world-class research in e.g. cancer, inflammation, metabolism, degenerative diseases or personalized medicine? Come and see the internationally renowned medical campus and meet the world-class experts in Helsinki, Finland.
Law and Society Visit
Did you know that shortly after declaring our independence as a nation in 1917, Finland drifted into a ravaging civil war? And that Finland experienced three wars during 1939-1945? Within the past 50 years, Finland has evolved from a poor, war-torn nation into a least corrupted state (Transparency International 2011), least fragile state (Fragile state index 2015) with 96 % of the people trusting the police (Police barometer 2016, Eurostat 2016). Are you interested to learn how we accomplished that? Come visit the Finnish experts in Helsinki, Finland to hear our story and share our experiences.