In 2020, a record number of degrees, 8,934, were completed. This increase was caused by the end of the transition period. The University’s operating result improved but continued financial stability requires careful cost management.
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A total of 31,929 individuals applied to the University of Helsinki in the joint application procedure of Finnish higher education institutions. The biggest increase in applicant numbers to bachelor’s programmes was recorded in veterinary medicine. https://www2.helsinki.fi/en/news/teaching-studying-at-the-university/the-university-of-helsinki-attracted-32000-applicants-more-than-2000-applicants-to-masters-programmes-for-the-first-time?utm_medium=social_owned&utm_source=facebook
Is it possible to identify political opinions from a person’s face? The ethics of artificial intelligence are relevant to all of us, often in ways we do not realise. That's why learning the basics now is a good idea. Our new Ethics of AI online course is an easy way to get started!
Our professors Pekka Martikainen (demographics) and Jouko Väänänen (mathematics) have received the prestigious ERC Advanced Grant. Huge congratulations! https://www2.helsinki.fi/en/news/science-news/funding-of-eu2.5-million-to-research-in-health-inequalities-as-well-as-the-logic-of-the-concepts-of-dependence-and-independence?utm_medium=social_owned&utm_source=facebook
Are you an international student wondering which road to take after graduation? Would you like to know what skills are required to break into…
Meet the last expert for our upcoming panel discussion Is a PhD for me? ❗️👨 🎓
Marcus Nicolson (he/him), Glasgow Caledonian University
Intellectual disability is usually not inherited and rarely recurs in siblings. It is most often caused by changes to the genome during early foetal development.
Meet the third expert for our upcoming panel discussion Is a PhD for me? 🥳🎓
Jana Turk (she/her-they/them), University of Helsinki
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Resistance to the populist backlash against international law has already changed how international law is made and unmade in a number of countries, says professor of law.
We have bestowed this year’s J.V. Snellman Public Information Award on two researchers, Professor Olli Vapalahti and Associate Professor Tarja Sironen, for their outstanding efforts to disseminate scholarly knowledge about COVID-19. 🏆 Our warmest thanks and congratulations to both! 💙
Depression changes the way the brain processes information. It also affects how people with depression perceive brightness and contrast, a study finds.
Ville Harjunen, a specialist in emotions, uncovers shame and narcissism through psychophysiological measurements.
Meet our first panelist participating in our upcoming panel discussion 🥳🎓
Sofie Gregersen (she/her) from the University of Helsinki:
We are gradually renewing our website and have now published the first new parts! They are about admissions, education, research, cooperation and the University organisation. Welcome, take a look and tell us what you think! 👋
The applications are now open to the Bachelor's Programme in Science for the admissions group 2*. Discover 10 good reasons to study with us and apply by 31 March 2021. Application period closes at 15:00 local Helsinki time. *You are in admissions group 2, if you have completed or will complete one of the following diplomas by summer 2021: Finnish matriculation examination, International Baccalaureate diploma, European Baccalaureate diploma, Reifeprüfung or Deutsches Internationales Abitur examination in Finland.
This year, 1,246 students have been admitted to the international master’s programmes for studies starting in autumn 2021. https://www2.helsinki.fi/en/news/teaching-studying-at-the-university/university-of-helsinki-admits-1246-students-to-the-international-masters-programmes?utm_medium=social_owned&utm_source=facebook
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Dieting impairs the energy-producing machinery of fat tissue, which may potentially result in weight regain. Bariatric surgery patients are better protected against regaining weight, finds a study.
How do high fibre rye foods benefit your healt? Let’s take a look!
Rye foods have short-term, medium-term and long-term effects.
Researchers developed and implemented a system for remote cervical cancer screening. AI-supported microscopy can be used to support healthcare in resource-limited settings.