This news article was updated on 12 June 2020.
Due to the coronavirus situation, the University of Helsinki has not provided contact teaching or administered traditional examinations since 18 March 2020. Open University organises its summer studies in an online environment rather than as contact teaching, or to offer alternative completion methods.
- If changes are made to your current or upcoming studies, you will receive information via email and/or the online learning environment (Moodle or MOOC). The study programmes will also be updated to reflect any changes.
- The Open University’s student services can be contacted via email, through a chat service or by phone. No on-site advice services are currently available. More information: Student services at the Open University in summer 2020
- If you have questions about your current studies, please contact the relevant teacher or the education specialist (information in Finnish) responsible for the studies. The best way to reach a teacher is via the online learning environment (Moodle or MOOC).
- Despite the Main Library at Kaisa House, the Helsinki University Library’s sites are closed. However, books can be borrowed from Kaisa House under special arrangements. Further information: Library services in the exceptional situation caused by the coronavirus
- The University of Helsinki premises (incl. Learning Centre Aleksandria and Think Corner) are closed fo now.
- Coronavirus situation at the University of Helsinki
- The effect of the coronavirus on studies: Q&A on the University of Helsinki’s Instructions for Students website. Instructions for Students is a website targeted at the degree students of the University of Helsinki. The up-to-date information on the coronavirus published on the Instructions for Students website also applies to students of the Open University.