Updated 24 April
An exceptional situation has been declared at the University of Helsinki due to coronavirus outbreak.
Please first seek information here:
Coronavirus situation at the University of Helsinki (the general information channel of the University of Helsinki)
Instructions for students
Instructions for teaching staff
On this Faculty of Pharmacy web page more Faculty-specific information will be published:
New website for applicants on changes to admissions criteria launched in Finnish and Swedish
Updated 24 April
A new website has been launched in Finnish and Swedish for applicants to the University of Helsinki, with information on the changes to admissions criteria caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Information specific to all faculties and degree programmes will be published on the website by the end of April.
Instructions of the Faculty of Pharmacy for the provision of teaching during the University’s exceptional circumstances
Updated 19 March 13:45
The Faculty of Pharmacy will comply with the instructions issued by the University of Helsinki’s coronavirus management team. In addition, special instructions will be issued applying exclusively to research, teaching and other arrangements at the Faculty of Pharmacy.
Instructions for the Bachelor’s Programme in Pharmacy and the Master’s Programme in Pharmacy for the provision of teaching during the exceptional circumstances at the University of Helsinki.
The Faculty’s primary aim is to guarantee the provision of teaching in compulsory courses and to enable students at the final stages of their studies to graduate. The instructions below specify the general instructions of the University of Helsinki with regard to the Bachelor’s Programme in Pharmacy and the Master’s Programme in Pharmacy.
Instructions for teachers at the Faculty of Pharmacy (in English)
Instructions for students at the Faculty of Pharmacy (in Finnish)
Staff and telecommuting
Updated 17 March 18:00
As a rule, the University staff will telecommute, unless previously agreed otherwise with regard to your duties. Working in the University premises must be agreed with the supervisor, who must, in turn, inform their supervisor and, if necessary, confirm the conditions of work with them. In addition, if you need to be present in the workplace to perform a specific task, you can agree on this with your supervisor.