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Helsinki University Library
Helsinki University Library offers students various spaces and tools for studying in all four campuses.
Special arrangements support studies
This instruction features information about special arrangements, intended to support your studies.
Vocabulary for new students
Whether you are a new or an old student, here you can find explanations for key terms related to academic studies and student life.
Study psychologist services for students
The study psychologists offer guidance and counselling to bachelor’s and master’s degree students.
Support for studies
What should you do when your studies are stalling and it feels like you can’t move forward? These instructions contain hints from counselling psychologists that may help you solve your problem.
UniHow feedback system and HowULearn feedback questionnaire
UniHow is a digital reflection tool and feedback system used in University of Helsinki. Students use feedback system answering HowULearn questionnaire which is based on research in university pedagogy.
As a student, the University’s extensive variety of learning environments and facilities are at your disposal. This guide features information about these facilities, such as libraries and learning centres.
Digital Learning Environments
Learning takes place not just in a variety of physical spaces, but also in digital learning environments. The University of Helsinki utilises a selection of different digital services to make your studies easier.
Anxious about public speaking?
Almost everyone gets nervous about public speaking. It is completely natural and nothing you should be embarrassed about.
Flexible ways for language learning
The Language Centre provides flexibility in language studying by offering courses that can be completed fully or partly independently. In addition, valuable tips for autonomous and flexible language learning can be found on this page.
Language Centre's teacher tutors help with language studies
Teacher tutors are Language Centre teachers who have weekly drop-in office hours during the academic terms.
Information Sessions during the Academic Year
Here you can find detailed information on the themed briefings, clinics and workshops organised at the University throughout the academic year.