University of Helsinki has a world-class learning environment – the best labs and stimulating learning spaces in worldwide. Because our teaching staff is involved in research, you will get access to the most innovating and frontline research findings in our master’s programmes. Also, many of our students want to continue with PhD after graduation. One of them is Alexis Nathanail, who studied in The MScFood programme. Now he is doing his PhD for the Finnish Food Safety Authority Evira. We met Alexis and his supervisor professor Kimmo Peltonen at Evira. Continue reading “Meet our students at work! The Finnish Food Safety Authority utilizes international skills in its research projects”
Are you interested in top research? Many of our students have the opportunity to be involved in research projects already during their studies. Also many of them want to continue with a PhD after graduation. So whether you want a research career or plan to work as a professional, a master’s degree from University of Helsinki will help you in your professional life.
Barbora Czókolyová from Slovakia studies International Master’s Degree Programme in International Business Law and Public International Law (MICL). She came to Finland at the end of August this year, so she has been here now nearly two months. However, Barbora lived in Finland for five months in 2011 when she was an exchange student at the Faculty of Law. So she’s back in business! Continue reading “Meet our students! How studying at the University of Helsinki can lead to a great career”
Wu Wei is a member in an alumni association and she will tell us what kind of message she has for potential students about the University of Helsinki. So let’s talk to Wu Wei! Continue reading “Meet our students! Education isn’t just studying for a degree”
To give you a sense of what it’s like to study in our Forest Sciences and Business Master’s Programme, Yijing Zhang shares her insights and experiences on studies and life in Helsinki! Continue reading “Meet our students! UH provides top researchers for globalisation challenges”