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Location P.O. Box 4 (Fabianinkatu 33), Helsinki, FI, Helsinki Finland
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HELSINKI EDUCATION AND RESEARCH AREAThe Helsinki metropolitan region is home to nearly 1.5 million residents and a great place to study, work and play. The region is proud to house several top class Finnish universities and universities of applied science offering a wide range of degree programmes in English. These institutions of higher education not only educate their students but provide extensive support in questions concerning living and working in Finland. The Helsinki region is not only a great place to study, it is also a vibrant, culturally diverse and fun place to live. From visiting the many museums of the city to enjoying the vast natural beauty of the surrounding region to having a night out on the town at some of our cafes, restaurants and nightclubs, there is always something to do in Helsinki. While the unique geographical location of Helsinki makes it an exciting and exotic place to live, it is a major traffic hub and the gateway to Asia, Scandinavia and Russia.Helsinki works!�We are proud to say that research has shown the public transportation system in the Helsinki region to be amongst the best in the world. Getting around town is a snap.�As one of the most technologically advanced and tech-savvy countries in the world, it is no surprise that free WLAN connections are available in many places throughout the city, including the Central Railway Station, the Market Square and in the downtown shopping area.�Helsinki was named the 6th best place in the world to live in the Quality of Life study.Helsinki rocks!�Over 130 musical events are held each weekend in the Helsinki region. With that much going on, there is something for everyone!�Helsinki is a port city, and dozens of ferries and hydrofoils leave the harbours of Helsinki bound for Tallinn and Stockholm each day.�The annual Night of the Arts festival plays host to more than 200 events all over downtown Helsinki. Over 100 000 people took part in the festivities in 2007.Helsinki is close!A flight from Helsinki to:�St Petersburg takes just one hour.�New Delhi takes under seven hours.�Beijing takes under eight hours.UniversitiesThe universities in the Helsinki region are ranked amongst the best in the world and are renowned for their top-quality research and education, modern study environment and efficient co-operation with industry and other businesses.�The Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, www.kuva.fi�The Helsinki School of Economics, www.hse.fi�The Helsinki University of Technology, www.tkk.fi�The University of Art and Design Helsinki, www.taik.fi�Hanken School of Economics, www.hanken.fi�The Sibelius Academy, www.siba.fi�The Theatre Academy, www.teak.fi�The University of Helsinki, www.helsinki.fi/yliopisto/These universities offer a diverse range of Bachelor and Masters degreeprogrammes in areas such as:�Accounting, economics and finance�Agriculture, forestry and environmental sciences�Art and design�Biological, biomedical & life sciences�Business, management and marketing�Humanities and social sciences�Information sciences�Natural sciences�Technology and engineeringUniversities of Applied SciencesThe universities of applied sciences of Helsinki region have strong links to the surrounding community (companies, organisations, and the public sector),which facilitates efficient co-operation and helps students to establish a bond with working life.�Arcada University of Applied Sciences, www.arcada.fi�Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, www.diak.fi�Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, www.haaga-helia.fi�HAMK University of Applied Sciences, www.hamk.fi�Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, www.metropolia.fi�HUMAK University of Applied Sciences, www.humak.fi�Lahti University of Applied Sciences, www.lamk.fi�Laurea University of Applied Sciences, www.laurea.fiThese universities of applied sciences offer a diverse range of Bachelor and Masters degree programmes in areas such as:�Business�Engineering�Hotel, restaurant and tourism�Management�Media�Nursing�Social and health�Sports and leisure�TechnologyMore information at http://www.studyinhelsinki.fi/
HELSINKI EDUCATION AND RESEARCH AREAThe Helsinki metropolitan region is home to nearly 1.5 million residents and a great place to study, work and play. The region is proud to house several top class Finnish universities and universities of applied science offering a wide range of degree programmes in English. These institutions of higher education not only educate their students but provide extensive support in questions concerning living and working in Finland. The Helsinki region is not only a great place to study, it is also a vibrant, culturally diverse and fun place to live. From visiting the many museums of the city to enjoying the vast natural beauty of the surrounding region to having a night out on the town at some of our cafes, restaurants and nightclubs, there is always something to do in Helsinki. While the unique geographical location of Helsinki makes it an exciting and exotic place to live, it is a major traffic hub and the gateway to Asia, Scandinavia and Russia.Helsinki works!�We are proud to say that research has shown the public transportation system in the Helsinki region to be amongst the best in the world. Getting around town is a snap.�As one of the most technologically advanced and tech-savvy countries in the world, it is no surprise that free WLAN connections are available in many places throughout the city, including the Central Railway Station, the Market Square and in the downtown shopping area.�Helsinki was named the 6th best place in the world to live in the Quality of Life study.Helsinki rocks!�Over 130 musical events are held each weekend in the Helsinki region. With that much going on, there is something for everyone!�Helsinki is a port city, and dozens of ferries and hydrofoils leave the harbours of Helsinki bound for Tallinn and Stockholm each day.�The annual Night of the Arts festival plays host to more than 200 events all over downtown Helsinki. Over 100 000 people took part in the festivities in 2007.Helsinki is close!A flight from Helsinki to:�St Petersburg takes just one hour.�New Delhi takes under seven hours.�Beijing takes under eight hours.UniversitiesThe universities in the Helsinki region are ranked amongst the best in the world and are renowned for their top-quality research and education, modern study environment and efficient co-operation with industry and other businesses.�The Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, www.kuva.fi�The Helsinki School of Economics, www.hse.fi�The Helsinki University of Technology, www.tkk.fi�The University of Art and Design Helsinki, www.taik.fi�Hanken School of Economics, www.hanken.fi�The Sibelius Academy, www.siba.fi�The Theatre Academy, www.teak.fi�The University of Helsinki, www.helsinki.fi/yliopisto/These universities offer a diverse range of Bachelor and Masters degreeprogrammes in areas such as:�Accounting, economics and finance�Agriculture, forestry and environmental sciences�Art and design�Biological, biomedical & life sciences�Business, management and marketing�Humanities and social sciences�Information sciences�Natural sciences�Technology and engineeringUniversities of Applied SciencesThe universities of applied sciences of Helsinki region have strong links to the surrounding community (companies, organisations, and the public sector),which facilitates efficient co-operation and helps students to establish a bond with working life.�Arcada University of Applied Sciences, www.arcada.fi�Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, www.diak.fi�Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, www.haaga-helia.fi�HAMK University of Applied Sciences, www.hamk.fi�Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, www.metropolia.fi�HUMAK University of Applied Sciences, www.humak.fi�Lahti University of Applied Sciences, www.lamk.fi�Laurea University of Applied Sciences, www.laurea.fiThese universities of applied sciences offer a diverse range of Bachelor and Masters degree programmes in areas such as:�Business�Engineering�Hotel, restaurant and tourism�Management�Media�Nursing�Social and health�Sports and leisure�TechnologyMore information at http://www.studyinhelsinki.fi/

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