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Faculty Council of the Faculty of Biological and Enviromental Sciences

2017-09-11

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty Council of the Faculty of Social Sciences

2016-02-10

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Aineenopettajankoulutuksen kehittämistyöryhmä

2017-12-19

Aineenopettajankoulutuksen kehittämistyöryhmä toimii opintoasiainneuvoston alaisuudessa ja siihen kuuluu opiskelijajäsenen lisäksi edustajia jokaisesta aineenopettajakoulutuksessa mukana olevasta tiedekunnasta, ruotsinkielisen aineenopettajakoulutuksen asiantuntija ja opetusharjoittelun asiantuntija.

Työryhmän keskeisiä tavoitteita ovat aineenopettajankoulutuksen toimijoiden keskinäisen yhteistyön lisääminen, nykyisten toimintamallien kriittinen tarkastelu ja uusien, tehokkaampien toimintatapojen luominen. Ryhmä täsmentää ja fokusoi itse työnkuvansa ensimmäisissä tapaamisissaan. Kehittämistyöyhmä järjestää toimintansa parhaaksi katsomallaan tavalla – työryhmä voi esimerkiksi järjestää työpajoja, vierailuja ja kutsua asiantuntijoita kuultavaksi oman harkintansa mukaan.

Apply to the executive group of Bachelor

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Apply to the executive group of Master's Programme in Plant Biology

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Big Wheel project group

2016-08-25

The University of Helsinki began an education reform dubbed the Big Wheel in 2015. The reform aims to clarify the three-tier educational structure that is in line with the Bologna process by moulding Bachelor’s degree programmes into broad-based education modules that exceed subject, unit and faculty boundaries. At the same time, the number of programmes you can apply to at the University will decrease. International and national Master’s degree programmes will be planned in such a way that they will form thematic modules that exceed subject, unit and faculty boundaries. Additionally, the employability and skills produced by each degree programme will be scrutinised. Processes related to applying for the right to complete a doctoral degree as well as doctoral degrees’ general criteria and principles will also be systematised in connection with the reform.

A project group was set up to plan and implement the project activities and to coordinate the project. Now we are looking for a new postgraduate student representative to join the group until the end of 2016.

Tasks of the project group

  • Preparatory work on university-level decisions and policies as well as directing subprojects and working groups that conduct preparatory work.
  • Coordinating faculty-specific development projects and university-level subprojects.
  • Organising necessary events and monitoring the progress of the ‘organising support’ project as well as making reports on the project to the Academic Affairs Council.
  • Other potential tasks given by the Academic Affairs Council.

The project group’s term ends on 31 December 2016. If necessary, the term may be extended with a decision of the Academic Affairs Council.

Applications addressed to the Board of the Student Union should be filled at www.halloped.fi by Monday 5 September 2016 at noon. The Student Union hopes to see applications from people of different genders. For more information on the position, please contact Specialist Aaro Häkkinen, aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi, tel. +358 50 543 8460.

Bio- ja ympäristötieteiden rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi. Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin.

Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Board of Svenska verksamhetsnämnden

2017-12-01

Svenska verksamhetsnämnden -nimiseen lautakuntaan haetaan opiskelijajäsentä ja hänelle varajäsentä 31.12.2017 päättyväksi toimikaudeksi. Svenska verksamhetsnämnden -niminen lautakunta kehittää yliopiston ruotsinkielistä opetusta, antaa lausuntoja ruotsinkielisestä opetuksesta ja toiminnasta ja osallistuu ruotsinkielisen korkeakoulutuksen yhteensovittamiseen kansallisesti. Lautakunta myös kehittää Helsingin yliopiston ja allianssikorkeakoulujen (Svenska handelshögskolan ja Arcada) välistä yhteistyötä. Ylioppilaskunnan hallitukselle osoitetut hakemukset tulee tehdä osoitteessa www.halloped.fi viimeistään maanantaihin 12.12.2016 kello 12.00 mennessä. Ylioppilaskunta toivoo hakijoiksi eri sukupuolten edustajia. Lisätietoja tehtävästä antaa asiantuntija (yliopistohallinto ja korkeakoulupolitiikka) Aaro Häkkinen, puh. 050-543 8460, sähköposti aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi.

Board of the Aleksanteri Institute

2018-03-13

Aleksanteri Institute is a department within the University of Helsinki’s Faculty of Arts. Its purpose is to develop and coordinate multidisciplinary research, teaching and societal impact related to Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The Institute’s emphasis is on humanities and social sciences.

The Board of the Aleksanteri Institute promotes research, teaching and societal impact that support the Institute’s purpose. Students are represented by one actual member and one vice member. The term of the student members of the Board is two years.

Board of the Helsinki Graduate School of Economics

2018-02-21

The tasks of the Board include guiding and overseeing the finances of GSE and giving advice on the planning of research and teaching. In addition, they approve the annual report, name the representatives of the Board into recruitment processes and invite members into the national scientific steering group and the national steering group.

Board of the IT Centre of the University of Helsinki

2015-12-04

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Board of the Ruralia Institute

2016-02-17

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following positions of student representatives in university administration:

Board of the Ruralia Institute

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (university administration and higher education policy) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

City Centre Campus Library Advisory Council of the University of Helsinki

2016-10-05

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

City Centre Campus Library Advisory Council of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Aaro Häkkinen, phone 050 543 8460, email: aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi.

Council for International Affairs

2018-11-05

The Council for International Affairs discusses and promotes topics related to the university’s internationalisation and it’s led by the Vice Rector responsible for international affairs. The Council’s working language is Finnish.

Development Group for Subject Teacher Education

2013-11-19

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

Legal protection board of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed. Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Eläinlääketieteen rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Elämäntieteiden informatiikan maisteriohjelma

2016-10-20

Are you interested in what kind of teaching your degree programme features? Now you have the opportunity to take part in building the new degree programmes – by applying to an executive group!

Starting in 2017, teaching at the University of Helsinki is organised through Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes. The bodies primarily responsible for the contents and planning for these programmes are the executive groups of the degree programmes.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

Free-form applications addressed to the Board of the Student Union should be filled at www.halloped.fi by Monday 31 October 2016 at noon. The maximum length of the applications is 2,000 characters without spaces. The application should clearly demonstrate the applicant’s experience as relevant for the position, their motivation and their current major.

The Student Union considers previous experience of acting as a student representative in university administration, as a study advisor or as a student representative in various working groups developing teaching as well as connections to the faculty or subject organisation as advantages. The Student Union hopes to see applications from people of different genders. For further information on the position, please contact Specialist Aaro Häkkinen (educational policy), tel. 050 543 8460, email aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi.

Executive Board of the Doctoral School of Bioengineering, Food & Nutrition, Environment

2014-02-10

The objective of the doctoral school is to guide doctoral education in the field and its development, as well as enhance the best practices of doctoral education. The doctoral school consists of the executive board and the director.

The doctoral school has an executive board consisting of the director and the maximum of eight members.The term of the executive board is four years, however, the term of the representative of doctoral students is two years. The Rector appoints the executive board for the doctoral school. The representation of fields and operators in the doctoral school are taken into account as far as possible in the composition of the executive board. The executive board develops the operations of the doctoral school led by the director.

The duties of the doctoral school executive board are 1) to improve doctoral education in the field, as well as recruitment and application for doctoral education; 2) to make a proposal to the Rector on targeting funding and other resources to doctoral programmes of the doctoral school; 3) to ensure the quality of doctoral programmes and monitor the operations of doctoral programmes; and
4) other duties related to the doctoral school activities

Executive Boards of the University of Helsinki Doctoral Schools (Doctoral School in Health Sciences)

2015-03-04

The objective of the doctoral school is to guide doctoral education in the field and its development, as well as enhance the best practices of doctoral education. The doctoral school consists of the executive board and the director.

The doctoral school has an executive board consisting of the director and the maximum of eight members.The term of the executive board is four years, however, the term of the representative of doctoral students is two years. The Rector appoints the executive board for the doctoral school. The representation of fields and operators in the doctoral school are taken into account as far as possible in the composition of the executive board. The executive board develops the operations of the doctoral school led by the director.

The duties of the doctoral school executive board are 1) to improve doctoral education in the field, as well as recruitment and application for doctoral education; 2) to make a proposal to the Rector on targeting funding and other resources to doctoral programmes of the doctoral school; 3) to ensure the quality of doctoral programmes and monitor the operations of doctoral programmes; and
4) other duties related to the doctoral school activities

  • The proposed student member should be ready to actively operate as a liaison between doctoral students of the doctoral school and to represent them and the doctoral school when necessary, i.e. doctoral students have their own areas of responsibilities and operations in the activities of the executive board.

  • The proposed student should be a member of any doctoral programme included in the Doctoral School in Health Sciences.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Agricultural Sciences (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Art Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Chemistry (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Cultural Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Economics (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Environmental and Food Economics (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Finno-Ugric and Nordic Languages and Literatures (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Food Sciences (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Forest Sciences (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Geography (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Geosciences (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in History (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in languages (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Law (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Mathematic Sciences (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Education (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Pedagogy (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Pharmacy (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Philosophy (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Physical Sciences (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Politics and Communication (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Psychology (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Social Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Societal Change (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Speech Therapy (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Bachelor's programme in Theology and Religious Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Degree Programme in Dentistry (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Degree Programme in Medicine (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme "Magisterprogrammet i Samhällsvetenskaper" (programme available only in Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Agricultural Sciences

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Agricultural, Environmental and Resource Economics

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Art Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Atmospheric Sciences

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Chemistry and Molecular Sciences

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Computer Science

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Cultural Heritage (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Culture and Communication (programme available only in Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Data Science

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Economics (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Finnish and Finno-Ugric Languages and Cultures (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Food Economics and Consumption (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Forest Sciences

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Gender Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Geography

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Geology and Geophysics

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Global Politics and Communication

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Human Nutrition and Food-Related Behaviour

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Languages (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2019-03-05

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Law (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Life Science Informatics

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Materials Research

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Mathematics and Statistics

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Education (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Particle Physics and Astrophysical Sciences

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Pedagogy (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Pharmacy (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Philosophy (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Politics and Communication (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Psychology (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Regional and Cultural Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Russian Studies

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Social Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Societal Change (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Speech Therapy (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Theology and Religious Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's Programme in Theoretical and Computational Methods

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for Master's programme in Translation and Interpreting (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives

Executive group for Master's Programme in Urban Studies and Planning

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for the Bachelor's programme in Veterinary medicine (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for the Licentiate's programme in Veterinary medicine (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group for the Master’s Programme in Changing Education

2019-03-05

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at hyy.fi/representative.

Executive group of Food Sciences Master's programme

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of Master's Programme in Contemporary Societies

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of Master's programme in Environmental Change and Global Sustainability

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of Master's Programme in Literature Studies (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of Master's Programme in Translational Medicine

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the bachelor programme for Biology

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the bachelor programme for Environmental Sciences (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the Bachelor’s Programme in Science

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the master's programme (European and Nordic Studies)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the Master's Programme in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the Master's Programme in English Studies

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the Master's Programme in Genetics and Molecular Biosciences

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the Master's Programme in Global Governance Law

2019-03-05

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at hyy.fi/representative.

Executive group of the Master's Programme in History (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the Master's Programme in Neuroscience

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the Master's programme in Social and Health Reseach and Management (programme available only in Finnish/Swedish)

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the master's programme Intercultural Encounters

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the master's programme Linguistic Diversity in the Digital Age

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Executive group of the Master’s Programme in International Business Law

2018-09-12

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Facilities Committee

2018-01-22

The Facilities Committee is an expert body of the University, tasked with steering the strategic planning of premises in support of the Board and Rector of the University. It processes proposals made to the Board of the University on the development programme and investment plan of premises and on construction investments to be processed in the Properties Committee as well as prepares the grounds for charge on facility costs and prepares other significant operating rules and permanent regulations related to premises and premises security.

One actual member and one vice member are elected to represent the university's students in the Facilities Committee.

Faculty Council of Faculty of Theology

2017-09-12

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty Council of the Faculty of Arts

2016-02-10

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty Council of the Faculty of Behavioural Sciences

2017-09-12

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty Council of the Faculty of Law

2017-09-12

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty Council of the Faculty of Medicine

2017-09-12

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty Council of the Faculty of Pharmacy

2017-09-12

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty Council of the Faculty of Science

2017-09-12

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty Council of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

2017-09-12

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry

2017-09-12

The Faculty Council is a multi-member administrative body of the faculty, chaired by the Dean. The Faculty Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the faculty, being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, deciding on degree requirements, curriculum and student selection criteria, among other things, as well as addressing far-reaching plans and other important matters of principle at the faculty.

Farmasian rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Financial Aid Committee

2014-03-21

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following positions of student representatives in university administration:

Department Council of Department of Modern Languages Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Helsinki Network Brain & Mind working group on teaching

2019-03-22

Helsinki Network Brain & Mind is a joint initiative of the University of Helsinki, the Aalto University and HUS, aimed at promoting practices such as cross-disciplinary cooperation, the utilisation of research, corporate cooperation and the systematic, strategic and long-term development of teaching and infrastructure in neurosciences. The initiative supports the Neurocenter Finland project coordinated by the University of Eastern Finland and funded by three ministries (the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health and the Ministry of Employment and the Economy).

Helsinki Network Brain & Mind (HNBM) has a working group on teaching. Its duties include the following:

  • Charting the teaching of neurosciences (different faculties at the University of Helsinki, the Aalto University and HUS’s specialisation training)
  • Coordinating and promoting cooperation in the teaching of neurosciences while taking future needs into account
  • Brainstorming and organising cross-disciplinary seminar series

Humanististen ja yhteiskuntatieteiden rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Juhlarahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Kansainvälisen liikejuridiikan maisteriohjelman johtoryhmä

2016-10-20

Are you interested in what kind of teaching your degree programme features? Now you have the opportunity to take part in building the new degree programmes – by applying to an executive group!

Starting in 2017, teaching at the University of Helsinki is organised through Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes. The bodies primarily responsible for the contents and planning for these programmes are the executive groups of the degree programmes.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

Free-form applications addressed to the Board of the Student Union should be filled at www.halloped.fi by Monday 31 October 2016 at noon. The maximum length of the applications is 2,000 characters without spaces. The application should clearly demonstrate the applicant’s experience as relevant for the position, their motivation and their current major.

The Student Union considers previous experience of acting as a student representative in university administration, as a study advisor or as a student representative in various working groups developing teaching as well as connections to the faculty or subject organisation as advantages. The Student Union hopes to see applications from people of different genders. For further information on the position, please contact Specialist Aaro Häkkinen (educational policy), tel. 050 543 8460, email aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi.

Keskustakampuksen tieteenalarahastojen hoitokunta 1 (humanistiset tieteet)

2018-06-08

1.8.2017 alkaen Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluvien tieteenalarahastojen päätöksenteko tapahtuu kampuskohtaisten hoitokuntien kautta, jotka edustavat kampuksen tiedekuntia vastaavia tieteenalarahastoja.

Keskustakampuksen tieteenalarahastojen hoitokunta 1 edustaa humanistisia tieteitä. Hoitokunnan tehtävänä on julistaa haettavaksi rahastoihin lahjoitetuista varoista jaettavat apurahat, palkinnot, stipendit ja muut mahdolliset hakuun avattavat tuet sekä tehdä päätökset näiden myöntämisestä.

Hoitokunnan kokouskieli on suomi. Hoitokunta kokoontuu puheenjohtajan kutsusta tai hänen ollessa estyneenä varapuheenjohtajan kutsusta silloin kun he katsovat siihen olevan aihetta tai kun vähintään puolet hoitokunnan jäsenistä sitä vaatii. Tarvittaessa hoitokunta voi kutsua ulkopuolisia asiantuntijoita.

Keskustakampuksen tieteenalarahastojen hoitokunta 2 (oikeustiede, teologia, yhteiskuntatieteet, kasvatustiede)

2018-06-08

1.8.2017 alkaen Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluvien tieteenalarahastojen päätöksenteko tapahtuu kampuskohtaisten hoitokuntien kautta, jotka edustavat kampuksen tiedekuntia vastaavia tieteenalarahastoja.

Keskustakampuksen tieteenalarahastojen hoitokunta 2 edustaa oikeustieteen, teologian, yhteiskunnallisten tieteiden sekä kasvatustieteen aloja. Hoitokunnan tehtävänä on julistaa haettavaksi rahastoihin lahjoitetuista varoista jaettavat apurahat, palkinnot, stipendit ja muut mahdolliset hakuun avattavat tuet sekä tehdä päätökset näiden myöntämisestä.

Hoitokunnan kokouskieli on suomi. Hoitokunta kokoontuu puheenjohtajan kutsusta tai hänen ollessa estyneenä varapuheenjohtajan kutsusta silloin kun he katsovat siihen olevan aihetta tai kun vähintään puolet hoitokunnan jäsenistä sitä vaatii. Tarvittaessa hoitokunta voi kutsua ulkopuolisia asiantuntijoita.

Kestävyys ja vastuullisuus -toimikunta

2018-10-08

Helsingin yliopistolle perustetaan syksyllä 2018 Kestävyys ja vastuullisuus -toimikunta, joka johtaa yliopiston kestävyyden ja vastuullisuuden ohjelman linjausten valmistelua ja toteutusta. Toimikunta valmistelee ”HY kansainvälisenä ja vastuullisena kestävän kehityksen yliopistona” -ohjelman ja yliopiston seuraavalle strategiakaudelle 2021–2025 asetettavat kestävyyden ja vastuullisuuden tavoitteet – tämä on siis tilaisuus ohjata koko yliopistoa kestävään suuntaan! Toimikunnan kausi alkaa välittömästi ja kestää 31.12.2020 asti, ja toimikunnan kokouskieli on suomi.

Kestävyyteen ja vastuullisuuteen liittyvää tutkimustietoa ja innovaatioita on runsaasti, mutta vain murto-osaa tästä tiedosta ja innovaatioista hyödynnetään ohjaamaan yhteiskuntaa, samoin kuin yliopiston omaa toimintaa, kestävämpään ja vastuullisempaan suuntaan. Jatkossa Helsingin yliopistossa tutkimuksen ja opetuksen menetelmien, laitteiden ja työympäristöjen uudistamista ja kehittämistä halutaan tehdä entistä kestävämmin ja vastuullisemmin. Kestävyys ja vastuullisuus -toimikunta tekee yhteistyötä Helsingin yliopiston kestävyystieteen instituutti HELSUSin kanssa. Lisätietoa HELSUSin toiminnasta löydät osoitteesta https://www.helsinki.fi/fi/helsus-kestävyystieteen-instituutti.

Lisätietoja toimikunnasta antaa koulutuspoliittinen asiantuntija Jenna Sorjonen, puh. 050-3255202, sähköposti jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Kielikeskuksen opetuksenkehittämisryhmä

2017-11-30

Helsingin yliopiston kielikeskus järjestää tutkintoihin kuuluvat viestintä- ja kieliopinnot. Kielikeskuksessa opiskelee vuosittain noin 14.000 kotimaista ja kansainvälistä opiskelijaa eri kampuksilta ja koulutusohjelmista.

Kielikeskuksen opetuksen kehittämisryhmässä (OK-ryhmä) on sekä henkilöstö- että opiskelija-jäseniä. OK-ryhmä edistää ja tukee Kielikeskuksen opetuksen suunnittelua, toteutusta ja arvi-ointia. Se suunnittelee ja järjestää Kielikeskuksen pedagogisia koulutustilaisuuksia ja seminaa-reja. OK-ryhmässä keskustellaan ajankohtaisista Kielikeskuksen ja Helsingin yliopiston opetuk-seen ja erityisesti kieliopintoihin liittyvistä aiheista.

Kumpula Campus Library Advisory Council of the University of Helsinki

2016-10-05

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

Kumpula Campus Library Advisory Council of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Aaro Häkkinen, phone 050 543 8460, email: aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi.

Kumpulan kampuksen tieteenalarahaston hoitokunta

2018-06-08

1.8.2017 alkaen Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluvien tieteenalarahastojen päätöksenteko tapahtuu kampuskohtaisten hoitokuntien kautta, jotka edustavat kampuksen tiedekuntia vastaavia tieteenalarahastoja.

Kumpulan kampuksen tieteenalarahaston hoitokunta edustaa matematiikan ja luonnontieteiden aloja. Hoitokunnan tehtävänä on julistaa haettavaksi rahastoihin lahjoitetuista varoista jaettavat apurahat, palkinnot, stipendit ja muut mahdolliset hakuun avattavat tuet sekä tehdä päätökset näiden myöntämisestä.

Hoitokunnan kokouskieli on suomi. Hoitokunta kokoontuu puheenjohtajan kutsusta tai hänen ollessa estyneenä varapuheenjohtajan kutsusta silloin kun he katsovat siihen olevan aihetta tai kun vähintään puolet hoitokunnan jäsenistä sitä vaatii. Tarvittaessa hoitokunta voi kutsua ulkopuolisia asiantuntijoita.

Luonnontieteellisen keskusmuseon johtokunta

2017-03-29

Luonnontieteellinen keskusmuseo vastaa luonnontieteellisten kansalliskokoelmien säilyttämisestä, kartuttamisesta ja näytteillepanosta sekä näihin liittyvästä tutkimuksesta ja opetuksesta. Lisäksi keskusmuseon tehtävänä on:

• tehdä erityisaloihinsa liittyvää tutkimusta ja antaa tutkimukseen perustuvaa opetusta • toimia laaja-alaisena ajoitus- ja isotooppimenetelmien osaajana • toimia alansa asiantuntijana yhteiskunnallisessa vuorovaikutuksessa • tarjota kokoelmiaan erityisesti eläintieteen, geologian ja paleontologian sekä kasvi- ja sienitieteen tutkimuksen ja opetuksen käyttöön; • koordinoida Suomen luonnontieteellisten museoiden ja kasvitieteellisten puutarhojen yhteistyötä

Keskusmuseolla on johtokunta, jonka tehtävänä on erityisesti:

1) käsitellä keskusmuseon toimeenpanosuunnitelma ja siihen sisältyvä henkilöstösuunnitelma ja budjetti 2) käsitellä laitoksen opetusohjelma 3) tehdä rehtorille esitys keskusmuseon johtajan ottamisesta ja nimetä varajohtaja toimikautensa ajaksi 4) päättää keskusmuseon sisäisestä rakenteesta 5) asettaa keskusmuseon kokoelmaohjausryhmä sekä tutkimus- ja opetusohjausryhmä. 6) ratkaista ne asiat, jotka johtaja on niiden tärkeyden tai laajakantoisuuden vuoksi saattanut johtokunnan käsiteltäväksi.

Johtokunta voi kuulla asiantuntijoita tehtäviä hoitaessaan.

Lääketieteen rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Maatalous- ja metsätieteiden rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Matematiikan ja luonnontieteiden rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Meilahden kampuksen tieteenalarahaston hoitokunta

2018-06-08

1.8.2017 alkaen Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluvien tieteenalarahastojen päätöksenteko tapahtuu kampuskohtaisten hoitokuntien kautta, jotka edustavat kampuksen tiedekuntia vastaavia tieteenalarahastoja.

Meilahden kampuksen tieteenalarahaston hoitokunta edustaa lääketieteen alaa. Hoitokunnan tehtävänä on julistaa haettavaksi rahastoihin lahjoitetuista varoista jaettavat apurahat, palkinnot, stipendit ja muut mahdolliset hakuun avattavat tuet sekä tehdä päätökset näiden myöntämisestä.

Hoitokunnan kokouskieli on suomi. Hoitokunta kokoontuu puheenjohtajan kutsusta tai hänen ollessa estyneenä varapuheenjohtajan kutsusta silloin kun he katsovat siihen olevan aihetta tai kun vähintään puolet hoitokunnan jäsenistä sitä vaatii. Tarvittaessa hoitokunta voi kutsua ulkopuolisia asiantuntijoita.

Meilahti Campus Library Advisory Council of the University of Helsinki

2016-10-05

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

Meilahti Campus Library Advisory Council of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Aaro Häkkinen, phone 050 543 8460, email: aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi.

Molekyylibiotieteiden kandiohjelman johtoryhmä

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Oikeustieteen rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

Opettajien Akatemian haun arviointiryhmä

2018-10-08

Opettajien Akatemian haun arviointiryhmä valmistelee rehtorille esityksen Opettajien Akatemian uusista jäsenistä. Arviointiryhmä kokoontuu tehtävää varten kerran 14.12.2018 klo 12–15, ja sen jäsenille maksetaan 250 euron palkkio. Arviointiryhmässä työskentely edellyttää suomen kielen taitoa.

Opettajien Akatemia on Suomessa ainutlaatuinen yliopiston huippuopettajien verkosto, jonka tavoitteena on vahvistaa opetuksen arvostusta ja asemaa yliopistoyhteisössä – samalla edistetään myös opiskelijoihin ja oppimisen laatuun panostamista. Akatemiaan nimetään tänä syksynä kymmenen uutta opetuksessa ansioitunutta opettajaa, jotka saavat palkinnoksi jäsenyyden akatemiaan sekä rahaa oman ja kotiyksikkönsä opetuksen kehittämiseen. Lisätietoa Opettajien Akatemiasta löydät osoitteesta https://www.helsinki.fi/fi/yliopisto/opettajien-akatemia.

Lisätietoja arviointiryhmästä antaa koulutuspoliittinen asiantuntija Jenna Sorjonen, puh. 050-3255202, sähköposti jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Pohjoismaisten kielten ja kirjallisuuksien maisteriohjelman johtoryhmä

2018-09-11

Each degree programme at the University of Helsinki has an executive group that supports the director of the degree programme and processes the main issues related to the degree programme’s operation. Two actual and two vice members represent students in each executive group.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

The preparation of curricula and deciding on the annual teaching schedule are particularly important influencing places for students: executive groups determine the framework for what courses are taught in the schedule, which studies are compulsory to everyone, how much optional studies can be included in degrees, what kind of study material and teaching methods are used on courses and what methods to complete courses each course has. In addition to this, executive groups process issues related to student admissions in the degree programme and the use of teaching and facility resources, for instance.

As a member of the executive group, you will get to influence teaching offered in the degree programme and make students’ voice heard while forming useful networks at the same time. You can also get credits for acting in the executive group.

For further information on acting in the executive group of a degree programme and the call for applications, please contact the Specialist in Educational Policy Jenna Sorjonen, tel. 050 325 5202, email jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

Further information on acting as a student representative in administration, the Regulation on the Selection of Student Representatives and much more is available at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives.

Päärakennuksen peruskorjauksen rakennustoimikunta

2018-05-22

Rakennustoimikunta muodostuu käyttäjäyksiköiden edustajista opiskelijoiden, henkilökunnan ja työsuojelun edustajista sekä hankkeen vastuuhenkilöistä Tila- ja kiinteistökeskuksessa. Asiantuntijoina rakennustoimikuntaan osallistuvat hankkeen projektinjohtaja, projektipäällikkö ja pääsuunnittelija sekä tarvittaessa muitakin asiantuntijoita. Osapuolet nimeävät itse edustajansa. Rakennustoimikunnan puheenjohtajana toimii toimitilajohtaja ja HYK Oy:n muiden yliopistojen hankkeissa ko. yliopiston nimeämä. Toimikunta kokoontuu hankkeen aikana muutamia kertoja.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Arts

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Educational Sciences

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Law

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Medicine

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Pharmacy

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Science

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Social Sciences

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Theology

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

Selection Committee: Fac­ulty of Bio­lo­gical and En­vir­on­mental Sci­ences

2018-08-29

The Selection Committee reads the applications for the positions of student representative in the executive groups of degree programmes that are on the faculty’s responsibility. The Committee then makes justified proposals to the Board of the Student Union on the persons to be selected as members of the executive groups.

To conduct this task, the Selection Committee convenes according to the timetable that will be announced at https://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/influencing-university/student-representatives/selection-process. The final decisions on the selections are made by the Board of the Student Union.

In the Selection Committee, you get to influence your faculty’s student representation and ensure that the most motivated applicants are selected to look after students’ interests.

STYRGRUPPEN FÖR SVENSKSPRÅKIGT CENTRUMCAMPUSSAMARBETE

2018-01-24

Styrgruppen för tvåspråkigt centrumcampussamarbete har till uppgift att utveckla och samordna den svenskspråkiga och tvåspråkiga verksamhet som fakulteterna bedriver var för sig och tillsammans. Detta kan ske exempelvis i form av informationsspridning, kurssamarbete över enhetsgränser samt genom ordnande av campusmöten och -seminarier. Varje fakultet på campus finns representerad i gruppen och fakultetsrepresentanterna ansvarar för att sprida informationen bland sina kolleger på respektive fakultet. Dessutom representeras studenterna av två medlemmar och deras suppleanter i styrgruppen. Styrgruppen sammanträder i regel två gånger per termin och arbetar på svenska.

Styrgruppen för utveckling av den tvåspråkiga undervisningen i Vik

2018-01-24

Styrgruppen för utveckling av den tvåspråkiga undervisningen i Vik har till uppgift att utveckla och samordna den svenskspråkiga och tvåspråkiga verksamhet som fakulteterna bedriver var för sig och tillsammans. Detta kan ske exempelvis i form av informationsspridning, kurssamarbete över enhetsgränser samt genom ordnande av campusmöten och -seminarier. Varje fakultet på campus finns representerad i gruppen och fakultetsrepresentanterna ansvarar för att sprida informationen bland sina kolleger på respektive fakultet. Dessutom representeras studenterna av en medlem och hens suppleant i styrgruppen. Styrgruppen sammanträder i regel två gånger per termin och arbetar på svenska.

Teologian rahaston hoitokunta

2016-12-02

Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluu noin 180 nimikkorahastoa, jotka perustuvat satojen yksityisten ihmisten ja yhteisöjen lahjoituksiin, testamentteihin ja merkkipäiväkeräyksiin. Rahastot toteuttavat tarkoitustaan jakamalla varoja Helsingin yliopiston tutkimuksen, opetuksen ja opiskelijoiden hyväksi.

Osa nimikkorahastoista on koottu tieteenalakohtaisiin rahastoihin. Kullakin tieteenalakohtaisella rahastolla on rehtorin nimittämä hoitokunta, jonka tehtävänä on päättää rahaston varojen käyttämisestä sekä jaettavista apurahoista, stipendeistä ja palkinnoista. Tieteenalakohtaisten rahastojen hoitokunnissa on 3-6 jäsentä, joista yksi valitaan opiskelijoiden keskuudesta.

The Board of the National Library

2018-01-22

The National Library is an independent institution within the University of Helsinki. It's responsilities include archiving published cultural heritage and making it available to the public, functioning as a research library and a national cultural institution as well as coordinating national online library services. The Board of the National Library steers and advocates the operations of the National Library, confirms its budget and plan of action as well as other significant matters related to the library.

One actual member and one vice member are selected to represent the students of the University of Helsinki in the Board.

The Board of the Open University

2018-01-24

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

1) The Board of the Open University

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

The Board of the University of Helsinki Language Centre

2017-11-28

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

1) The Board of the University of Helsinki Language Centre

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (university administration and higher education policy) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

The Board of Unisport

2018-11-08

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following positions of student representatives in university administration:

The Board of Unisport

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

The Department of Agricultural Sciences

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for Department of Computer Science

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for Department of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for Department of Geosciences and Geography

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for Department of Mathematics and Statistics

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for Department of Modern Languages

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for Department of Teacher Education

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for Department of World Cultures

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Department of Biosciences

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Department of Chemistry

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Department of Economics and Management

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Department of Enviromental Sciences

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Department of Food and Enviromental Sciences

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Department of Forest Sciences

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Department of Physics

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Department of Political and Economic Studies

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for the Department of Social Research

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The Institute Council for The Institute of Behavioural Sciences

2016-02-10

The Department Council is a multi-member administrative body of the department, chaired by the Head of the Department. The Department Council is responsible for developing teaching and research of the department, partly being in charge of quality management of research and teaching, drafting the department's action plan and the included personnel plan and the department's budget, as well as resolving far-reaching and important matters of principle concerning the department, which the Head of the Department has assigned to the Department Council.

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry

2017-09-13

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Arts

2017-09-13

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Biological and Enviromental Sciences

2017-09-12

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Educational Sciences

2017-09-13

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Law

2016-02-10

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Medicine

2016-02-10

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Pharmacy

2017-09-13

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Science

2016-02-10

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Social Sciences

2016-02-10

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Theology

2016-02-10

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

The University Collegium – The Faculty of Veterinary of Medicine

2017-09-12

The tasks of the University Collegium include:

  • deciding on the number of members of the University Board and the duration of the Board's term of office
  • appointing members from outside the university community to the University Board
  • confirming the selections of the university community groups as the Board members
  • releasing the Board members from their positions on the recommendation of the Board
  • appointing the university auditors
  • confirming the university's financial statements and annual report, as well as deciding on granting discharge from liability to the Board members and the Rector
  • deciding on filing a suit for damages against a Board member, the Rector and the auditor
  • appointing the Chancellor
  • convening at least twice a year to discuss major issues concerning the entire university

Tiedekasvatustyöryhmä

2018-10-08

Tiedekasvatustyöryhmä kehittää Helsingin yliopiston tiedekasvatustoimintaa entistä kunnianhimoisempaan suuntaan. Työryhmä aloittaa työskentelynsä heti ja valmistelee 1.3.2019 mennessä ehdotuksen Helsingin yliopiston tiedekasvatuskeskuksen toiminnan laajentamisesta koko yliopistoa poikkileikkaavaksi toiminnaksi. Työryhmän tavoitteena on löytää ratkaisuja tiedekasvatustoimintaan yliopiston toimipisteissä ympäri Suomen. Työryhmä työskentelee suomeksi.

Lapsia, nuoria ja koko perheitä eri tieteiden opiskelun ja harrastamisen pariin innostavan monialaisen tiedekasvatustoiminnan kautta Helsingin yliopisto – yhteistyössä lukuisten kansallisten ja kansainvälisten tahojen kanssa – tutkii ja kehittää uusia pedagogisia ratkaisuja sekä kouluttaa niin tulevia kuin nykyisiäkin opettajia niiden hyödyntämiseen kaikenlaisessa opetuksessa. Tästä vastaa yliopistolla Tiedekasvatuskeskus. Lisätietoa yliopiston nykyisestä tiedekasvatustoiminnasta löydät osoitteesta https://www.helsinki.fi/fi/tiedekasvatus/tiedekasvatuskeskus.

Lisätietoja työryhmästä antaa koulutuspoliittinen asiantuntija Jenna Sorjonen, puh. 050-3255202, sähköposti jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi.

University’s Scholarship Committee

2016-12-15

Apply to the University’s Scholarship Committee!

We are looking for two actual members for the University’s Scholarship Committee!

In August 2017, the University will begin to charge tuition fees from students who come from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland and study in Master’s programmes taught in languages other than Finnish or Swedish. Collecting tuition fees requires a scholarship system, and students subject to tuition fees can thus apply for scholarships from the University.

The University’s Scholarship Committee will decide on scholarships annually awarded to students, assess the functionality of the scholarship system and report on both the system and the committee’s own activities to the Academic Affairs Council. The Scholarship Committee features a chair and six members, with two of the members being students and four being members of the teaching and research staff. The term of the Scholarship Committee lasts two years, and members are now being nominated for the years of 2017–2018.

When selecting the student representatives to the Scholarship Committee, the Student Union considers particularly the applicant’s motivation and experience of international Master’s programmes as advantages.

Applications addressed to the Board of the Student Union should be filled at www.halloped.fi by Monday 9 January 2017 at noon. The Student Union hopes to see applications from people of different genders, languages and nationalities.

For further information on the position, please contact Specialist Aino Jones, 050 543 9608 or aino.jones(at)hyy.fi.

Viikin kampuksen tieteenalarahastojen hoitokunta

2018-06-08

1.8.2017 alkaen Helsingin yliopiston rahastoihin kuuluvien tieteenalarahastojen päätöksenteko tapahtuu kampuskohtaisten hoitokuntien kautta, jotka edustavat kampuksen tiedekuntia vastaavia tieteenalarahastoja. Viikin kampuksen tieteenalarahastojen hoitokunta edustaa eläinlääketieteen, farmasian, bio- ja ympäristötieteiden sekä maatalous-metsätieteiden aloja. Hoitokunnan tehtävänä on julistaa haettavaksi rahastoihin lahjoitetuista varoista jaettavat apurahat, palkinnot, stipendit ja muut mahdolliset hakuun avattavat tuet sekä tehdä päätökset näiden myöntämisestä.

Hoitokuntien kokouskieli on suomi. Hoitokunnat kokoontuvat puheenjohtajan kutsusta tai hänen ollessa estyneenä varapuheenjohtajan kutsusta silloin kun he katsovat siihen olevan aihetta tai kun vähintään puolet hoitokunnan jäsenistä sitä vaatii. Tarvittaessa hoitokunnat voi kutsua ulkopuolisia asiantuntijoita.

Viikki Campus Library Advisory Council of the University of Helsinki

2016-10-05

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

Viikki Campus Library Advisory Council of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Aaro Häkkinen, phone 050 543 8460, email: aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi.

Viikki Campus Research Ethics Committee of the University of Helsinki

2014-02-12

Become a Student Representative! The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following positions of student representatives in university administration:

Viikki Campus Research Ethics Committee of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Yliopistokollegio – Svenska social och kommunalhögskolan

2017-09-13

Yliopistokollegion tehtävänä on:

päättää yliopiston hallituksen jäsenmäärästä sekä hallituksen ja sen jäsenten toimikauden pituudesta valita yliopistoyhteisön ulkopuoliset jäsenet yliopiston hallitukseen vahvistaa yliopistoyhteisön ryhmien valinnat hallituksen jäseniksi vapauttaa hallituksen jäsen tehtävästään hallituksen esityksen perusteella valita yliopiston tilintarkastajat vahvistaa yliopiston tilinpäätös ja toimintakertomus sekä päättää vastuuvapauden myöntämisestä hallituksen jäsenille ja rehtorille päättää vahingonkorvauskanteen nostamisesta hallituksen jäsentä, rehtoria ja tilintarkastajaa vastaan. valita kansleri kokoontua vähintään kaksi kertaa vuodessa keskustelemaan merkittävistä koko yliopistoa koskevista asioista

Yliopistopalveluiden ohjausryhmä

2017-11-30

Yliopistopalvelut (YPA) on 1.5.2016 aloittanut yliopiston tukipalveluorganisaatio, johon kuuluu muun muassa opiskelijapalvelut, joka vastaa muun muassa opintoneuvonnasta ja opintoihin liittyvistä hallinnollisista tehtävistä kuten kurssi- ja tenttijärjestelyistä, opintojen rekisteröinnistä ja valmistumisista.

Ohjausryhmän tehtävänä on tukea YPAn palveluiden ja toiminnan kehittämistä yliopiston strategisten tavoitteiden mukaisesti. Ohjausryhmä käsittelee yliopistopalveluihin liittyvää palautetta, tekee aloitteita ja kehittämisehdotuksia ja ottaa kantaa yliopistopalveluiden kehittämishankkeisiin. Ohjausryhmän toimikausi on kaksi vuotta ja kokouksia on noin neljä vuodessa.

Lisätietoa toimielimestä ja opiskelijaedustajan tehtävästä antaa koulutuspoliittinen asiantuntija Jenna Sorjonen, jenna.sorjonen(at)hyy.fi, 0503255202.

Ympäristömuutoksen ja globaalin kestävyyden maisteriohjelman johtoryhmä

2016-10-20

Are you interested in what kind of teaching your degree programme features? Now you have the opportunity to take part in building the new degree programmes – by applying to an executive group!

Starting in 2017, teaching at the University of Helsinki is organised through Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes. The bodies primarily responsible for the contents and planning for these programmes are the executive groups of the degree programmes.

The tasks of the degree programmes’ executive groups are: 1) being in charge of preparing the curriculum 2) preparing a proposal on the curriculum for the faculty in charge 3) preparing a proposal on the application targets and selection criteria for the faculty in charge 4) preparing a proposal for the faculty in charge on the maximum number of students to be accepted into the degree programme 5) deciding on the degree programme’s teaching schedule 6) preparing the use of the degree programme’s teaching as well as its teaching and facility resources 7) taking care of organising Swedish-language teaching in the degree programme

Free-form applications addressed to the Board of the Student Union should be filled at www.halloped.fi by Monday 31 October 2016 at noon. The maximum length of the applications is 2,000 characters without spaces. The application should clearly demonstrate the applicant’s experience as relevant for the position, their motivation and their current major.

The Student Union considers previous experience of acting as a student representative in university administration, as a study advisor or as a student representative in various working groups developing teaching as well as connections to the faculty or subject organisation as advantages. The Student Union hopes to see applications from people of different genders. For further information on the position, please contact Specialist Aaro Häkkinen (educational policy), tel. 050 543 8460, email aaro.hakkinen(at)hyy.fi.

Helsingin yliopiston kirjasto

The Board of the Library of University of Helsinki

2015-11-24

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

The Board of the Library of University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Henkilöstö- ja lakiasiat

Legal protection board of the University of Helsinki

2015-05-05

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

Legal protection board of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed. Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Muu toiminta

Ethical Review Board in the Humanities and Social and Behavioural Sciences of the University of Helsinki

2014-02-12

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following positions of student representatives in university administration:

Ethical Review Board in the Humanities and Social and Behavioural Sciences of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Neurotieteen tutkimuskeskus

The Board of Neuroscience Center

2014-03-12

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following positions of student representatives in university administration:

The Board of Neuroscience Center Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (university administration and higher education policy) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Opetuksen toimiala

Laadunhallinnan ohjausryhmä (LAAVA-ryhmä)

2016-12-02

Yliopiston laadunhallinnan ja arvioinnin ohjausta ja koordinointia varten asetetaan uusi Laadunhallinnan ohjausryhmä (LAAVA-ryhmä) 1.1.2017 alkaen, jonka tehtävä on kehittää ja vahvistaa yliopiston laatukulttuuria yhdessä sen yksiköiden kanssa, linjata yliopiston laadunhallinnan periaatteita ja käytäntöjä opetuksen ja tutkimuksen tueksi, ohjata yliopiston toiminnan laadun kehittämistä ja laadun arviointia sekä koordinoida laatujärjestelmän kokonaisuutta.

Rehtorin kanslia

Equality Committee of the University of Helsinki

2014-12-17

The purpose of the Equality Committee is to promote the implementation of the objectives of the Act on Equality between Women and Men and the Equality Act at the University; to affect the academic community in such a way that positive attitudes towards gender equality and equality, as well as opinions and structures are strengthened at the University; prepare a gender equality and equality plan in accordance with the Act on Equality between Women and Men and the Equality Act , monitor the development of equality at the University and to report about it; and take a stand on principled issues, which concern gender equality, equality and discrimination.

University’s preparatory working group for the equality plan

2016-10-03

The preparatory group for the equality plan is tasked with preparing a new equality plan for the University’s next 4-year term during autumn 2016 and spring 2017. The Student Union nominates one member and one vice member to represent students in the working group. Free-form applications addressed to the Board of the Student Union should be filled at www.halloped.fi by Monday 10 October 2016 at 4.00 pm. The maximum length of the applications is 1,500 characters without spaces. The application should clearly demonstrate the applicant’s experience as relevant for the position, their motivation and availability as well as whether the applicant is available for the position as an actual representative, a vice representative or either.

The Student Union considers previous experience of acting as a student representative in administration and experience of equality issues as advantages. The Student Union hopes to see applications from people with different backgrounds. For more information on the position, please contact HYY’s Member of the Board Antti Pollari (in charge of equality), email antti.pollari(at)hyy.fi.

Tila- ja kiinteistökeskus

Board of the Centre for Facilities and Properties of the University of Helsinki

2014-02-11

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Tutkijakollegium

Board of Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies

2014-03-21

The Board of Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies is looking for one doctoral student member and one personal deputy for the term 3 Apr 2014‒31 Dec 2015. The Collegium for Advanced Studies is an independent institute within the University of Helsinki. Its mission is:

  • to conduct high-quality research in the humanities and social sciences
  • to engage in and promote interdisciplinary interaction and cooperation with the faculties, departments and other institutes of the University of Helsinki and with other universities
  • to develop and maintain international relations in the fields it represents and to enhance the international profile of Finnish research.

The operations of the Collegium cover the humanities, social sciences, theology, law and behavioural sciences, but it can also support research in other fields with human-scientific approach. The Collegium particularly promotes interdisciplinary research and research concerning scientific methods and theoretical underlying assumptions.

The duties of the Board of the Collegium include, among other things, guiding and supervising the operations and finances of the institute, deciding on the research themes of the institute, preparing a proposal for the election of members of the Academic Advisory Board as well as the position of the director, appointing researchers and other staff for the institute, establishing an executive group or other preparatory organs for the institute if necessary, and approving the rules of procedure for the institute if necessary.

Tutkimuksen toimiala

Tieteellinen neuvosto

2018-01-26

Tieteellinen neuvosto (TINE) on yliopiston sisäinen asiantuntijaelin, jonka tehtävänä on Helsingin yliopiston johtosäännön mukaisesti valmistella tutkimuspolitiikkaa ja muita tutkimustoimintaan liittyviä yliopiston yhteisiä asioita. Tieteellisessä neuvostossa on yksi jatko-opiskelijajäsen (ei varajäsentä), joka edustaa yliopiston jatko-opiskelijoita.

Tieteellisen neuvoston tehtävänä on 1) valmistella muun muassa tutkimuspolitiikkaan, tutkimusedellytyksiin ja tutkimusrahoitukseen liittyviä asioita 2) seurata tutkimusta koskevien tavoitteiden, toimenpiteiden ja tuloksellisuuden toteutumista, sekä tutkimuksen kansainvälistä tasoa 3) käsitellä tutkijanuraan, tutkimusinfrastruktuureihin, tutkimuksen painoaloihin ja arviointiin liittyviä kysymyksiä

Tieteellinen neuvosto voi perustaa jaoksia ja kutsua kokouksiinsa asiantuntijoita.

University of Helsinki

Council of Education Affairs of the University of Helsinki

2013-11-28

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

Council of Education Affairs of the University of Helsinki

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

Keskustakampuksen kirjastoneuvottelukunta

2014-02-10

Helsingin yliopiston kirjasto perustaa kampuskirjastojen toiminnan tueksi ja kehittämiseksi kullekin kampukselle kirjastoneuvottelukunnan. Kirjastoneuvottelukunta perustetaan seuraaville kampuksille:

• Keskusta • Kumpula • Meilahti • Viikki

Kampusten neuvottelukuntien tehtävän on (Työjärjestys §7) 1. toimia käyttäjien ja kirjaston keskustelu- ja yhteistyöfoorumina; 2. osallistua opetusta ja tutkimusta palvelevien kirjastopalveluiden strategiasuunnitteluun sekä osallistua kampuksen toimintasuunnitelman ja käyttösuunnitelman valmisteluun; 3. osallistua kampuksen kokoelmapoliittisten linjausten ja hankintaohjelman valmisteluun sekä tietoaineistojen hankintaperiaatteiden ja valintaperiaatteiden valmisteluun ja käsittelyyn; 4. osallistua kirjaston palveluiden kehittämiseen sekä tieteenala- ja paikallispalveluiden tason, sisällön, kehittämistarpeiden ja priorisointien valmisteluun.

Kirjaston johtokunta voi neuvottelukuntaa asettaessaan antaa neuvottelukunnalle muitakin tehtäviä. Neuvottelukunnat voivat perustaa toimintansa tueksi tarvittavan määrän pysyviä ja määräaikaisia työryhmiä.

Language Centre Student Council

2013-12-02

Language Centre Student Council for the term 1 Jan 2014–31 Dec 2015

1 Number of members in the Student Council

A total of 20 students from all campuses are appointed to Language Centre Student Council. Participation of the Swedish-speaking and international students is encouraged.

2 Duration of term The term of the Student Council covers the years 2014–2015.

3 Duties of the Student Council members

  • The Student Council meets 2 times per semester to discuss language studies of the Language Centre and their development.

  • Members can participate in pedagogical development of the Language Centre in working groups and internal training sessions.

  • Members bring up the needs, opinions and improvement suggestions of their campus/faculty concerning language studies.

  • Members participate in the annual meetings of their faculty and the Language Centre.

4 Benefits for the student

  • Activities in the Student Council provide general working life skills (such as team work skills, meeting skills, readiness for assessment and development work).

  • The student becomes familiar with university activities more widely than from the viewpoint of one's own faculty.

  • Credits (1-3 cr.) from the activities may be allocated for the elective studies in the degree.

  • A separate certificate is provided for acting in the Student Council.

Student Committee of Helsinki University Library

2013-12-02

The Student Union of the University of Helsinki is looking to fill the following position(s) of student representatives in university administration:

Student Committee of Helsinki University Library

Student representation in university administration is an important principle of the Finnish higher education institutions. In all administrative bodies professors, other staff and students are all equally represented, which ensures decision-making that takes into account the points of view of all instances involved in the issues being discussed.

Student representatives do not receive a salary, but work on a voluntary basis. Depending on the body in question, meetings can be held from a few times a year to monthly. In addition to attending the meetings, student representatives are expected to familiarise themselves with the documents beforehand, and keep in touch with the students they represent, as well as the other student representatives through personal contacts or student organisations. The student representatives themselves gain important experience of university administration. Also, having acted as a student representative in university administration can also be an advantage when seeking employment.

Most university administrative bodies currently work in Finnish. English may be accepted as a working language, but most documents will be in Finnish, so a basic command of the language is advisable.

More information about open positions: specialist (higher education policy and university administration) Janne Lardot, phone 050 543 8460, email: janne.lardot(at)hyy.fi.

Yliopistopalvelut

TVT-ajokortin uudistamisen toimeenpanoryhmä

2016-09-08

In 2015, a working group set by the vice rector discussed the needs that have arisen due to digital progress and the new needs we have for the development and renewal of the ICT driving licence. The executive group to be founded now is tasked with using the work of last year’s working group as its basis in contemplating the reform of the ICT driving licence, the resources needed for this and the distribution of work between different actors at the University. The aim is to arrive at a concrete proposal on how to execute the three-credit module.