Faculty of Science is located on Kumpula Campus, only four kilometres from the centre of Helsinki.

Address (Physicum):

P.O. Box 64 (Gustaf Hällströmin katu 2)

FI-00014 University of Helsinki


Other buildings on the Kumpula Campus:


P.O. Box 68 (Pietari Kalmin katu 5) 



P.O. Box 55 (A.I. Virtasen aukio 1) 


Tel: +358 (0) 2941 911 (university switch)

Kumpula is well connected to public transportation.  Use the HSL Journey Planner to plot your way to the Kumpula Campus.

You can find the dean and vice-deans of the Faculty of Science on the Faculty leadership page.

Student Services (The Kumpula Campus)

P.O. Box 64 (Gustaf Hällströmin katu 2a, Physicum, 2nd floor)

FI-00014 University of Helsinki


E-mail: kumpula-student(at) 

Phone: +358-(0)2941 50066 (telephone time Mon-Tues 12-15 and Wed-Thurs 10-13)

Open Mon-Tues 12-15 and Wed-Thurs 10-13, closed on Fridays.

The International Exchange Services is represented in conjunction with the Student Services.

Advice and guidance about the right to pursue studies in the Faculty of Science is provided by the Student Services.

International student tutors aid new students in embarking on their studies in Finland. Information for new students available also at the website.

Each year at the beginning of the autumn and spring terms, all new students from countries outside Finland are given the opportunity to participate in an orientation course.

The Kumpula Campus Library (Physicum building) is a learning environment that offers information services in mathematics and natural sciences to students, teachers, and researchers, as well as to everyone who is interested in science.

The collections of the library include literature in the fields of science in the Kumpula Campus. From the library you can find, for example, textbooks according to the study requirements: in astronomy, chemistry, computer science, geography, geology, mathematics, meteorology, physics, seismology, and statistics.


The Science Education Centre studies, develops and carries out multidisciplinary science education of children and young people as well as related teacher training.

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