Facebook post by University of Helsinki

We decided to start investing in our students' ideas. Through the new HELSEED entrepreneurship programme, we offer up to 50,000 euros in funding for the best startup-ideas. "Science and innovations drive society forward. The students’ ideas can generate solutions to different real world problems. At the same time, startup entrepreneurship can be a good path to working life", says Chief Investment Officer Anders Ekholm.
The University of Helsinki starts investing in its students’ startup companies | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Through the HELSEED entrepreneurship programme the university encourages its students to pursue their ideas and turn them into startups.