The degree programme directors of the Faculty of Science will meet on 30 Jan 2019. The agenda and other current topics for possible discussion are the following. Continue reading
Data Science, Statistical Learning, Helsinki–Milan
Text and photo: Teemu Roos
Data Science is a young discipline. Using data in innovative ways has of course been practiced, well, forever, but “data scientist” has become the sexiest job only in the 21st century. Our own data science Master’s programme started in 2017.
About a year ago, I met Professor Guido Consonni from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuorein Milan, Italy. Continue reading
The Faculty of Science launches a new Bachelor’s programme in Science at the University of Helsinki in the fall of 2019. The programme will be taught fully in English, offering the opportunity to the students from outside of Finland to join the high-level education in Science right after the high school. In addition, those students who completed their school education in English within Finland may also find this new opportunity very attractive. Continue reading
The Study International website just published an editorial on international MSc studies at the Faculty of Science.
“At the forefront of innovation, the Faculty of Science at the University of Helsinki is helping create a sustainable future through cutting-edge research, awe-inspiring academics and professors who value students’ creative input” writes Study International.
Interviews of students such as Oyelowo Oyedayo (Geoinformatics), Gur Ersalan (Data Science), Teodor Duevski (Theoretical and Computational Methods) confirm that “if there is one thing that makes Helsinki really stand out it is the interaction between the staff and its students.”
Read the full story here: “Inspiring scientific discovery and student innovation”
The purpose of this blog is to allow teachers, students, leaders and admin of the faculty to inform others of their activities related to improvement of teaching and learning. Some of the material will be in English, some in Finnish and Swedish. Continue reading