In the first joint application round of 2024, the international Master’s degree programmes of the University of Turku received a total of 10 239 applications. The number of applications grew by 72 percent compared to the number of applications in 2023.
The QS Sustainability Rankings 2024 ranked over 1,400 universities from around the world based on indicators designed to measure sustainability and responsibility. The University of Turku ranked well in the listing, even though there is room for improvement in certain areas.
The Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, published annually by the Shanghai Ranking, ranked a total of 5,000 universities across 55 subjects in 2023.
The annual Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings by Subject ranks the best universities in the world in a variety of disciplines.
The European Campus of City-Universities (EC2U) Alliance celebrated the end of its pilot phase and the start of a new phase in a joint Forum.
The University of Turku was ranked among the best 301-350 universities in the latest World University Rankings by Times Higher Education.
An international seminar discussed the effects of global crises on the mental health of children and adolescent
The mental health of children and adolescent is a current topic around the world, especially now, when the well-being of young people is burdened by many crises. With the pandemic, suicides among young people have been on the rise worldwide. According to researchers, climate change and the loss of biodiversity are also significant threats to public health.
University of Turku launched three-year strategic funding programme for new international degree programmes
The objective of the strategic funding programme is to develop the University’s multidisciplinary approach to education and to support the objective of increasing the number of international students.
The two-day visit included meetings on topical issues, preparations for the Annual Conference which is organised in Turku in the summer of 2024, and participation in the Europe Forum.
The Fulbright Finland Foundation specialises in academic and cultural exchange between Finland and North America by administering grant programmes and providing information and consultation for students, researchers, teachers and other professionals. Senior Advisors provide guidance and support for the Foundation in its activities.