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Strawberry fields forever... At first, Kaiyue Qin came to Finland as an exchange student, but the quality of teaching prompted her to apply to the Master’s Programme in Agricultural Sciences. She ended up writing her dissertation on the cultivation of diploid strawberries as part of a research group. The applications are now open to our 35 International Master’s Programmes. Apply before 15 Jan 2021.
My studies in Agricultural Sciences can contribute to making life better for people | University of Helsinki l.facebook.com

Kaiyue Qin and Associate Professor Timo Hytönen talk about studying in the Master's Programme in Agricultural Sciences.