Courses and events

The date and time when registration for a particular course opens is given in the course announcement. Once the call is opened a deadline for registrations is given. Usually the call for applications opens approximately one month and closes approximately two weeks before the course starts. These are only guidelines – always check the deadlines for the course you are interested in! Please follow your email and the doctoral programme homepages to stay up-to-date on courses.

See Instructions for students website for more information about

  • Registering courses and activities completed elsewhere (conferences etc) and
  • Registering study modules.

Ongoing and past courses in (click)

FoodHealth degree structure and courses in WebOodi
Degree structure (pdf) on the left.

Upcoming courses:

Statistical analysis with SPSS

5 credits, 01.04.2019 - 13.05.2019
Teacher: Vesa Niskanen
More info and registration:
Moodle page:

Food Adulteration and Prevention of Food Frauds

2 credits, 15.-17.5.2019
Organizers: Docent Janne Lundén, Professor Raimo Pohjanvirta, Doctoral Student Jasmin Joenperä
More info and registration:
Course program:

Courses offered by the Doctoral School in Environmental, Food and Biological Sciences (YEB) teach skills necessary for all professional researchers and experts in other scientific positions regardless of their scientific background. Please refer to the YEB doctoral school website for the most recent information on available courses. Further information about the courses can also be obtained from YEB's coordinator.

It is also advisable that all FoodHealth students join the YEB mailing list to stay up-to-date on YEB activities. Information on joining the mailing list is available here. The most popular courses may fill up in few hours so follow actively your email and YEB website to get the newest information on course registration.

Many courses relevant for FoodHealth doctoral candidates are organised all over the world.

You may find interesting and useful courses among these: