In 2022, the Faculty of Science produced degrees as follows:
The Department continued its international and active scientific operations in 2022. The number of scientific publications remained high, and the amount of external funding was significant. The number of teaching and research personnel has increased slightly.
The Faculty of Science is international and multidisciplinary. The proportion of international degree students and staff has been growing steadily for several years.
Statistics on graduates by degree programme start from 2021, when University of Helsinki switched to the new degree system.
The Faculty of Science at the University of Helsinki has a staff of about 1200 (year 2023). The following diagrams show the gender distribution of the Faculty staff by career levels, units and the development of gender balance during the past six years. The share of female employees has remained fairly steady, at about 29%. There are some variation in gender balance between the fields, as the graph by department shows.
Description of career levels:
Career level 1 = doctoral researchers
Career level 2 = postdoctoral researchers
Career level 3 = assistant and associate professors, university lecturers, senior university lecturers, university researchers, senior researchers
Career level 4 = professors, research director
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*Due to our personnel data system, it is currently only possible to report the gender balance on two genders.