In terms of the number of students and teachers, the Faculty of Science at the University of Helsinki is the largest faculty of science in Finland. Our Faculty is founded on basic scientific research applied and complemented by the disciplines of geography and geology. Thanks to our solid research infrastructure and internationally distinguished researchers, our research is of a high standard. This is evidenced, among other indicators, by 1,460 peer-reviewed scientific publications issued at the Faculty in 2018 and 18 ongoing top-level research projects funded by the European Research Council.
Among the Faculty’s strengths are also our wide-ranging study opportunities. We offer seven bachelor’s programmes, 13 master’s programmes and six doctoral programmes. At the moment, we have 4,675 students. In 2018 the Faculty awarded 347 bachelor’s, 297 master’s and 71 doctoral degrees.
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