By selecting a degree programme you are able to see the general content as well as the possible degree programme-specific content. You do not have to select a degree programme to see the Open University's instructions.
Search for degree programme
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
In your Bachelor´s thesis, you will examine a research question or questions of interest to you.
In your thesis, you will examine a research question or questions of interest to you.
Commissioned Master’s theses are completed in cooperation with employer organisations.
Here you can find instructions for managing references in your thesis, retrieving information and using images in theses.
Are you in need of references for your thesis? Do you wish to hone your information acquisition skills flexibly online? You can study information seeking whenever and wherever it fits into your schedule by taking this MOOC offered by Helsinki University Library.
The accessibility of digital environments corresponds to physical accessibility. All students should take accessibility into consideration, particularly when drawing up public documents, such as theses.
Good scientific and academic practice is an essential requirement in all university studies.
The University of Helsinki uses the Ouriginal plagiarism detection system.
E-thesis is a digital system for the submission, assessment and archiving of theses and dissertations. It also feeds theses into the University of Helsinki’s open publication repository (Helda).
The Irish Undergraduate Awards (UA) is an academic awards programme open to undergraduate, i.e. Bachelor level, students.
The aim of the grant is to promote the finalizing of the master’s thesis by providing for an intensive thesis writing period at one of the field stations of the University.
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.