University of Helsinki Finland

About University of Helsinki

BE­COME ONE OF THE BEST BY STUDY­ING AMONG THE BEST

There are thousands of universities in the world, and the University of Helsinki is proud to be constantly ranked among the top one hundred best universities. According to the latest Times Higher Education World University Ranking, the University of Helsinki retained its position as the best multidisciplinary university in the Nordic countries. We are better than 99.9% of the rest, so by studying with us you can become one of the best too!

Some facts about the University of Helsinki

  • The biggest university in Finland with over 35 000 students, 6% international
  • 11 faculties and 4 campuses within the Helsinki area.
  • 8200 employees: 55% teaching and research staff (13% international)
  • 180 000 alumni all over the world

LEARN FROM THE TOP SCI­ENT­ISTS
Do you have a dream of becoming one of those researchers who get cited? By studying with us you will get to participate in our top-notch research during your studies! The quality and amount of research is what makes the University of Helsinki stand out from the crowd. At the University of Helsinki all teachers participate in research, and some of our best scientists are also our best teachers.

This year the University of Helsinki improved its standing in a very important component of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings: the citation index of its publications. This reflects the high standard of the publications produced by our researchers in a great way!

Regarding what is likely to be the main goal in your life, studying at the top ranking university gives you numerous opportunities in your professional life. The University of Helsinki has an immaculate reputation and education received here is highly valued anywhere. A degree earned at a reputable institution makes seeking employment much easier.

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