The Studies service (studies.helsinki.fi) brings together the most important digital tools, services and content a student needs. You can use most of the Studies service without having a user acount or logging in. The service includes the frontpage, the My Studies page (requires login), Instructions for students and Courses search, including the course pages. The Services and tools menu allows you to conveniently access other university systems as well.
On the front page of the service, you can follow current study-related topics. Your own degree programme’s bulletins will be displayed automatically once you log in. You will also see a feed comprising news published to the entire university community on Flamma, student events and any possible notifications of malfunction. You can also choose to pin the lunch menus of certain UniCafes to the frontpage. Make it a habit from the beginning of your studies to check the front page regularly to see what is going on at the university and in your own degree programme!
You can only access the My Studies page when you are logged in. Once you have registered for courses and exams, their schedules will be shown in your calendar. If you want to, you can order the contents of the My Studies calendar to your own electronic calendar. To do this, click the Add to calendar button. The My courses and exams list allows you to access the course pages and Moodle areas of your own courses. On the My Studies page, you can also edit your personal task list.
Instructions for students
The Instructions for students are compiled thematically to support your studies from the beginning until graduation. Here, you will find instructions for completing your studies as well as information about student advice and well-being services, among other things. When logged in, you will automatically see the specific instructions of your own degree programme, but you can also choose to view the instructions of other curricula.
Courses displays all the courses available at the University of Helsinki during the academic year. You can search for courses and exams that interest you, and you can access the course pages directly from the search results. Course pages contain information about the contents, method of implementation and schedule of courses. It also provides links to registration, learning environments and materials. You can also browse the offering specific to each degree programme.