University of Helsinki
The University of Helsinki is one of the leading research universities in the world today, as well as the oldest and most diversified university in Finland. It consists of a total of eleven faculties spread over four campuses. The university has 36,500 degree students and more than 8,500 employees. Annually, 5,800 degrees are completed at the university; 470 of them are Doctoral degrees.
STRATEGIC PLAN 2013–2016:
Mission of the University
The University of Helsinki is the most versatile institution for science, education, and intellectual renewal in Finland, a pioneering builder of the future.
Vision until 2020 – To the Top and Out to Society
The University of Helsinki will consolidate its position among the best multidisciplinary research universities in the world. It will operate actively for the well-being of humanity and a just society.
Strategic objectives: The University of Helsinki...
- Ranks among the 50 leading universities in the world
- Is a responsible social force
- Is a thriving and inspiring community
- Keeps its finances on a sustainable footing
The strategic objectives of the University of Helsinki, as well as the areas of development linked to them, have been presented in more detail in the university's strategy map (pdf).
The operations of academics are guided by the essential values: critical analysis, creativity and the pursuit of truth.
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All interested parties are encouraged to attend the discussion about the future of the university in the 'To the Top and Out to Society' blog!
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