The Changing Education Master’s programme gives students skills and knowledge needed for working on issues related to education in the positions of administration, development, research, and training. The graduates will have expertise in critical thinking and gaining information independently, as well as skills in scientific communication, and in applying theoretic knowledge and methods. The international and multicultural competence and awareness are the foundation of the Changing Education programme. The potential employers of the graduates might be governmental and non-governmental organizations, municipalities, educational institutions, companies working on education business, and consultancies.
Studies are part of your career. At the University of Helsinki, all degrees include career planning. The Career Services at the University of Helsinki, in cooperation with degree programmes, supports the growth of your expert identity as part of your studies and with separate services.
From the start of your studies until one year after the completion of your degree, the Career Services supports your career path.
- gives career counselling and job seeking support,
- arranges info sessions, workshops and events,
- provides suitable job and traineeship offers for students,
- shares university’s subsidy for traineeships and
- facilitates group mentoring programmes.
Would you like to build a career in Finland? Do you want to build professional networks during your studies and get valuable insight into Finnish working life? Then you should apply for the HelsinkiUNI International Talent Programme (HITP).
HITP is a group mentoring programme where Finnish companies and international students are brought together to share ideas and to learn from each other.
What will you gain from HITP?
- Successful applicants are placed in a group and assigned a mentor from a Finnish company or organization. When applying you can choose which of the participating companies interest you the most.
- You will receive support in growing your network among both professionals and fellow students. During the programme your group will meet 4–5 times on the company premises. Themes for the meet-ups include a company introduction and an overview on current competency requirements in that specific field. You will also get to present your own skills to the company.
- When the HITP has been completed, the goal is that cooperation can continue between the student and the company if both parties wish to do so.
More information about the HelsinkiUNI International Talent Programme.
Upon completion of your Master’s degree, you will be eligible to apply for doctoral studies in the University of Helsinki and other leading international research institutions. See options at the University of Helsinki.
All previous University of Helsinki degree and exchange students, as well as employees, are our alumni. The number close to 200,000 worldwide, and more than 30,000 of us are already part of alumni activities.