Do you want to study at the University of Helsinki next year? Get ready! Next application period for graduate studies opens on December 2, 2013 and closes on January 31, 2014 at 16:00/4 p.m. (GMT +2).
The University of Helsinki has one intake of students per year at the graduate (Master’s) level. Students apply via University Admissions Finland (UAF). Please remember that the application form is available during the application period only. The key steps to apply can be found from here!
For international applicants UH offers a comprehensive selection of research-oriented two-year International Master’s Degree Programmes. They provide students with skills needed in demanding professions and give a solid foundation for doctoral studies. Also several regular Master’s degrees can be completed in English.
Why choose the University of Helsinki?
The best way to learn about University of Helsinki is from the students who are here now. So let’s ask from our international students why the University of Helsinki is the perfect match for you!
“The University of Helsinki has a truly international environment and motivating atmosphere. It regularly reaches the Top 100 in the global university rankings and it is one of the world’s leading universities in the field of multidisciplinary research. The professors are competent and friendly, they always have time for a discussion. The contents of every course represent a combination of basic knowledge about the subject, but also modern trends and innovative patterns of the field.”
Veronika Kiseleva, studying in the International Master’s Degree Programme in Forest Sciences and Business (MScFB).
“Studying in the MScFood programme has been a truly amazing experience for me and has fundamentally contributed to my education as well as career development. In my opinion, the knowledge and skills we obtained as students at the MScFood programme are applicable not only in Finland, but also in any corresponding positions in the world.”
Alexis Nathanail, studied in The MScFood programme. Now he is doing his PhD for the Finnish Food Safety Authority Evira.
“There is no doubt that the University of Helsinki provides excellent studying programmes. The whole environment at the university is amazingly student friendly and I love the challenging classroom debates with my teachers and schoolmates. All this makes me think outside of the box.”
Barbora Czókolyová, studying in the International Master’s Degree Programme in International Business Law and Public International Law (MICL).
“Before starting this Master’s, I had never thought I would continue with academic research as my career. Thanks to having experienced what it means to do academic research, I have now placed it as part of my plan for the future.”
Olsi Dudumi, studying in the Master’s Degree Programme in Ethnic Relations, Cultural Diversity and Integration (ERI)