New website published – welcome to explore the new courses!

We are glad to announce the new website www.climateuniversity.fi, where you can find information on all the Climate University courses from now on. Welcome to explore the new Climate University courses!

At least the following Climate University courses will be taught in spring 2021:

SystemsChange.now, 5 ECTS, January-May 2021

You can enrol via University of Helsinki (course code ATM379), University of Turku (MAAN7741), Tampere University (HALYAS14), Aalto University (MS-E2136) or Open University of Helsinki: https://courses.helsinki.fi/fi/ayatm379en/140011500.

Leadership for sustainable change, 5 ECTS, January-March 2021

The course is open to the students of University of Helsinki, Tampere University, University of Jyväskylä as well as via open university. Enrolment directly to the MOOC platform: www.leadforsust.fi.

Statistical tools for climate and atmospheric science, 5 ECTS, January-May 2021

The course is open to University of Eastern Finland students (course code 3352755), University of Helsinki students (course code ATM308), as well as via open university (registration: https://opintopolku.fi/app/#!/koulutus/1.2.246.562.17.99752628315). 

Solutions.now, 5 ECTS, March-May 2021

The course will be open to the students of Turku University of Applied Sciences (course code TE00BR31-3002), Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (course code XX00DW15-3003), LAB University of Applied Sciences (course code LA00BU68-3002 /AMK and LA00BU68-3003 /YAMK) and Helsinki University (course code ATM380), as well as via open university of Helsinki.

Sustainable.now, 5 ECTS, March-May 2021

The course will be organized by Univeristy of Turku. More info coming.

Welcome!

PS. Climate University in University of Helsinki news (in Finnish): https://www.helsinki.fi/fi/uutiset/koulutus-kasvatus-ja-oppiminen/yhdentoista-korkeakoulun-tuottamat-kestavyys-ja-ilmastokurssit-yhdesta-paikasta

6 Replies to “New website published – welcome to explore the new courses!”

    1. The materials are open and free to study. If you want to join a university course, you should have study rights in one of the organizing universities, or pay the open univeristy fee. Unfortunately, the open university of Helsinki, for example, can currently register only participants from Finland.

    1. Dear Aisha, unfortuntely our courses this spring are only available for students in Finland. But the materials are open and free to study any time. From many of the courses you’ll also get a mooc certificate once the study material is completed.

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