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When you search for a degree programme by name or by part of the name the options in the list of degree programmes below the search field is narrowed down. After this you have to choose the degree programme from the list.
Master's and Licentiate's Programmes
Specialist training programmes
What should you do when your studies are stalling and it feels like you can’t move forward? These instructions contain hints from study psychologists that may help you solve your problem.
The study psychologists offer guidance and counselling to bachelor’s and master’s degree students.
This instruction features information about special arrangements, intended to support your studies.
Here you can find instructions for managing references in your thesis, retrieving information and using images in theses.
Whether you are a new or an old student, here you can find explanations for key terms related to academic studies and student life.
Here you can find detailed information on the themed briefings, clinics and workshops organised at the University throughout the academic year.
This article gives you information about UniHow system and HowULearn questionnaire.
Guidance Corner is located on the third floor of Kaisa House.
Problems with information technology? Read the study material of the Student’s digital skills study course and say goodbye to problems.
Helsinki University Library offers students various spaces and tools for studying in all four campuses.
Here you can find information about learning facilities, such as libraries and learning centres.
Learning takes place not just in a variety of physical spaces, but also in digital learning environments. The University of Helsinki utilises a selection of different digital services to make your studies easier.
Almost everyone gets nervous about public speaking. It is completely natural and nothing you should be embarrassed about.
Learning difficulties or anxieties may interfere with language studies. If your previous experiences worry you or raise questions in your mind, feel free to discuss them with us.
The Language Centre provides flexibility in language studying by offering courses that can be completed fully or partly independently. In addition, valuable tips for autonomous and flexible language learning can be found on this page.
Teacher tutors are Language Centre teachers who have weekly drop-in office hours during the academic terms.
Do you need a friendly ear, peer support or someone to talk with? Help is at hand if you need it – many different support services are here for you.