School Type International
Programs30 Courses
Research Centers7
Tuition Fees $15,000 to $21,000per Semestral
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Graduate School

Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Faculty of Educational Sciences

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Proving your language skills


The University of Helsinki demands an indication of academic level language skills of all applicants. Language skills can be indicated with your previous school or university education or by a standardized language test. Statements by individual language teachers or institutional language test scores are unacceptable, as they cannot be compared with standardized language tests.

For all the different ways you can prove your language skills, please see the link below. Here are the most common accepted standardized language tests.

IELTS Academic: Minimum requirement: 6.5; with a minimum score of 6.0 in the writing section.

TOEFL: Minimum requirement:
  • TOEFL IBT (Internet-based) 92, a minimum score of 22 in the writing section
  • TOEFL PBT (Paper-based) 580
  • TOEFL rPDT (Revised Paper-delivered Test) a minimum score of 20 in the reading section, a minimum score of 20 in the listening section, a minimum score of 22 in the writing section
CAE/CPE: Minimum requirement:
  • CAE: Pass levels A, B or C
  • CPE: Pass levels A, B, C or level C1 certificate

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Eligibility requirements


You may be admitted if
  • You meet the specified eligibility requirements  
  • You demonstrate your eligibility within the specified deadline
  • You submit the application and the required attachments within the specified deadline.
Further information on eligibility requirements please find your programme of interest in our Degree finder. There you can find the specific eligibility criteria and the requeried attachments for that programme as they may vary between programmes.

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University of Helsinki is a public university located in Helsinki, Finland. The university's origin can be traced back to 1640 with the establishment of the Royal Academy of Åbo, making it the oldest university in Finland. The University of Helsinki is also the largest university in the country.   

The university offers a wide range of programs with its 11 faculties and 11 research institutes. Its campuses are functional yet inspiring and offer diverse study and learning environments. Students can study in historical buildings from the 19th century, in versatile classrooms onsite or remotely, or in state-of-the-art laboratories. There are also modern libraries on all four campuses, the latest being the award-winning City Centre Campus Library (Kaisa). Alternatively, students can immerse in discussions with fellow students and faculty members in student cafes or restaurants, virtual spaces or buzzing meeting places specially designed for co-creation. The university also has Career Services facilities aimed at supporting students at the start of their studies until one year after they graduate. 
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  • P.O. Box 4 (Yliopistonkatu 3) 00014 University of Helsinki

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