Courses and events

The date and time when registration for a particular course opens in WebOodi 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.

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Upcoming courses

CVM-137, Statistics: SPSS, 5 ECTS

1.4.-18.5.2020, teacher: Vesa Niskanen

CVM-143, Emerging infections (zoonoses) 2-3 ECTS

The course has been postponed to Autumn 2020
Organizers: Tarja Sironen and Kirsi Altonen
Registration and more information coming soon

CVM-144, Animal personality 1 ECTS

The course has been postponed to Autumn 2020
Teacher Milla Salonen

Neonatal survival - impact of maternal and neonatal characteristics

Time: Autumn 2020
Organizer: Taehee Han

Clinical horse nutrition

Time: TBA
Organizer: Anna Mykkänen

CVM-133 CVM Autumn seminar

Time: October 2020

CVM-136 Introduction to veterinary epidemiology

Organized if enough participants
Time: October-November 2020

Animal ethics workshop

Organized if enough participants
Preliminary time: 19.11.2020
Organizer: Anna Valros

Doctoral School in Health Sciences offers courses in transferable skills (general competence studies). See list below.

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International courses

NOVA network
The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry are members of the NOVA (The Nordic Forestry, Veterinary and Agricultural University Network). Students of members faculties may participate on NOVA courses free of charge (travel and accommodation not included).

NorDoc – Nordic Doctoral Training in Health Sciences network provides doctoral training courses in health offered by the NorDoc partner organisations in Nordic countries.

CAReNet - Clinical Animal Research Network is a Nordic network of researchers and animal health care professionals with particular interest in research. The aim of the network is to strengthen and develop veterinary clinical research. CAReNet activities are open to all interested, regardless of organizational affiliation.

National courses

See national course list, for example, in FinBioNet page (→ FinBioNet course calendar).

CSC, IT-center for sciences

Sem­inars and other events in Viikki

Other courses at the University of Helsinki