How about a truly interdisciplinary education in science entirely in English? In our Bachelor’s Programme in Science, you learn basic research and application development in chemistry, computer and data science, mathematics and physics. The application period is determined by your previous degree. If you belong to the Admission group 1, the applications are now open until 15 Jan 2021. Find out more about applying to the programme.
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Meet the teacher! In 1990, Olli-Pekka Penttinen was in Berlin attending the first conference trip for his PhD thesis. The Berlin Wall had come down mere months ago, and there was still rubble near the Brandenburg Gate, where he is pictured. Today, Olli-Pekka is a biologist teaching in the Master’s Programme in Environmental Change and Global Sustainability. He is a university lecturer who investigates the effect of chemicals on the environment, and transferred his teaching to the web long before the coronavirus crisis. “Teaching has to stem from students’ needs. My aim is to offer something to everyone on the web: a variety of teaching and learning opportunities to students of different kinds.” The applications are still open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
Meet the teacher! In 1994, Elizabeth Peterson was graduating from college in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her lifelong dream was journalism, and soon after she began working at The Salt Lake Tribune, the major daily newspaper in Salt Lake City. She liked working with words and language, but wanted to sink her thoughts into something in a deeper way and found herself thinking about linguistics. Today, Elizabeth is a linguist teaching in the Master’s Programme in English Studies. Her first book, Making Sense of "Bad English:" An introduction to language attitudes and ideologies, was published last fall. "Language unites us as people, and language divides us as people. My research, writing, and teaching address this balance." The applications are currently open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
Meet the teacher! In 2000, Kimmo Tuominen was in Japan for a conference trip while finishing his PhD in Theoretical Physics. These trips gave the opportunity to collaborate with others in the science community, and the friendships formed with like-minded colleagues have lasted to this day. Today, Kimmo is a physicist who teaches in the Master’s Programme in Theoretical and Computational Methods. "Instead of lectures, I teach by using case-based learning. We meet each week and solve problems together, as collaboration is an important skill needed in working life, too." The applications are currently open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
Our group member Docent Fabio Valoppi is looking for a motivated and skilled postdoctoral researcher to join his ENGEL project!
Meet the teacher! In 2000, Veli-Pekka Tynkkynen had just started his PhD studies in geography at the University of Helsinki. In the picture, he is at Arbat, a Moscow street that has inspired artists and dissidents for over a century. Today, Veli-Pekka is a professor in Russian environmental studies. He leads a research team that focuses on energy, natural resource and climate issues in Russia. He also teaches in the Master's Programme in Russian Studies. “The students are taught by teacher-scholars that have wide expertise in societal outreach, in addition to high-level basic research.” The applications are still open until 15 Jan 2021 to our 35 International Master’s Programmes.
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Fellowships available for life science researchers! We invite expressions of interest to apply for Horizon 2021 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships from life science researchers, who 🔹 hold a PhD 🔹 wish to acquire new skills through advanced training, international, interdisciplinary and intersectoral mobility 🔹 would like to conduct research with us, based in Helsinki Deadline 24.2.2021! We are a multidisciplinary research university that tends to rank among the top 100 in international university rankings. Our international academic community of 40,000 students and staff members operates on four campuses in Helsinki and in nine other localities in Finland. Did we peak your interest? Please take a closer look at our Principal Investigators looking for new postdocs to join their groups! If this is not for you, maybe you know someone in the life sciences looking for new opportunities? Tag a friend who might be interested!
Peter Taggart developed a keen interest in Russian language, society and politics during his undergraduate studies. He chose the Master's Programme in Russian Studies because of the diversity of the core studies and the close proximity of Finland to Russia. The applications are still open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
Meet the teacher! In 1992, Andrew Newby was in the north of Scotland visiting archaeological and historical sites. These trips away to the Hi…
Meet the teacher! In 1995, Minna Huotilainen was doing her PhD on auditory memory and signal processing. She has always been passionate about research and cannot think of a more interesting subject than the brain. Today, Minna is a neuroscientist teaching in the Master’s Programme in Changing Education. "The courses that I teach in consecutive years are a bit different each time. I like to try out various methods to teach the same subject." The applications are currently open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
Jesse Vänttinen wants to raise awareness about the dangers related to antimicrobial resistance. He found his passion for the subject through his studies at the University of Helsinki although studying Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology was originally his plan B. How did it turn into a passion? The applications are still open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
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Meet the teacher! In 2017, Antony Starr was finishing his master's degree in Agricultural Economics at the University of Helsinki when he got the chance to do a traineeship at the European Commission in Brussels. Here he is pictured admiring the sights having just arrived in the city. Today, Antony is a PhD student and teaches in the Master’s Programme in Agricultural, Environmental and Resource Economics. "In my teaching, I try to be pragmatic and link real-life examples with theory. It is also a great way to keep up with current developments in your field of science." Applications to our 35 International Master’s Programmes are open now. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
What do you get when you mix a theology student, the United Nations and a global pandemic? For Emma Nikkilä, it made for an unbelievable internship. The skills developed in the Master's Programme in Intercultural Encounters were essential during her internship and also helped with adapting during a global crisis. The applications are still open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
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Meet the teacher! In 1992, Andrew Newby was in the north of Scotland visiting archaeological and historical sites. These trips to the Highlands and Islands with his classmates sparked his interest in memorials and the uses of historical memory. Today, Andrew is a historian teaching in the Master’s Programme in European and Nordic Studies. ”I hope there is a mutual benefit in students getting to hear the latest research in a particular field, and my own research certainly benefits from presenting it in a classroom setting and being challenged by the students.” Applications to our 35 International Master’s Programmes are open now. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
Meet the teacher! In 1995, Minna Huotilainen was doing her PhD on auditory memory and signal processing. She has always been passionate about…
Ushanandini Mohanraj believes that viral diagnostics should be more accessible and works towards giving people an equal chance to get faster, cheaper and accurate diagnostics. It was her studies at the University of Helsinki that got her intrigued by viruses: “They consist of nearly nothing, and yet we can see the havoc they can cause.” The applications are currently open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.