University of Helsinki
The University of Helsinki translates in Finnish to: Helsingin yliopisto, in Swedish to: Helsingfors universitet, in Latin to: Universitas Helsingiensis, and is abbreviated as UH. It is located in Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland. Its 36,000+ students choose majors from fields of study that include Biology, Law, Management, Medicine, Science, Biotechnology and the Arts.
UH traces its name's past to 1640, and its origins to The Cathedral School of Abo in 1276. When Finland was part of the Russian Empire, the college was expanded. The Republic of Finland was created in 1917 and the school was renamed for the town of its main campus.
|University Name||University of Helsinki|
|Name in Local Language||Helsingin yliopisto|
|Colors||Blue and gray|
|Address||PO Box 33, Fabianinkatu 33, Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland|
|Phone||+358 (9) 1911|
|Fax||+358 (9) 1912 3008|
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Find information below on admission to University of Helsinki.
|International Students Allowed||Yes|
|Student Body||Men and Women|
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|Undergraduate Admission Info||Click here|
|Graduate Admission Info||Click here|
Scholarship and Financial Aids
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