About the Faculty of Humanities
The Faculty of Humanities at the University of Turku is a significant international research, educational and cultural community. The economic and cultural welfare of the city and the surrounding region are closely tied to the research and teaching in the faculty.

The Faculty of Humanities at the University of Turku is one of the largest in Finland, both in the number of students and the number of subjects. We have the largest range of subjects relating to the creative arts in the country.  

The Faculty of Humanities in numbers

  • Founded in 1920
  • Number of students: approx. 4,000
  • Number of research and teaching staff: approx. 270
  • Number of degrees: approx. 400 Bachelor’s Degrees, 350 Master’s Degrees and 20 Doctoral Degrees per year
  • Number of subjects: over 30

The Faculty of Humanities offers four international Master’s Programmes

>> For more information, see the Master's Degree Programmes and Pathways


 Stategy - Faculty of Humanities