Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts at the University of Helsinki is Finland’s most diverse faculty in terms of the organisation and selection of its disciplines.
News from the Faculty of Arts and research in the humanities.
The University of Helsinki has implemented exceptional measures due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Stone Age raves to the beat of elk tooth rattles?
In the Stone Age, some 8,000 years ago, people danced often and in a psychedelic way. This is a conclusion drawn from elk teeth discovered in...
In the Language Bank: Mila Oiva
Kielipankki – The Language Bank of Finland is a service for researchers using language resources. Mila Oiva tells us about her research in...
Faculty of Arts events.
Can democracies exclude and autocracies include? Lessons from municipal elections in Finland and RussiaMon 14.6.2021 16:00-18:00 Zoom @Aleksanteri_UH Welcome to follow ElMaRB...
Olga Gurova: ‘Cultural branding’ meets feminism in Russia: Reebok’s #BeMoreHuman campaign, in Aleksanteri Alumni TalksTue 15.6.2021 15:00-16:00 @Aleksanteri_UH Welcome to follow the Aleksanteri...
Petro Pesonen: Continuity and discontinuity in Early, Middle and Late Neolithic pottery types of eastern Fennoscandia ? reflections from Bayesian chronologiesFri 18.6.2021 12:00-14:00 Live stream Live stream Petro Pesonen, FL will defend...
The most diverse faculty in Finland
At the Faculty of Arts you can complete higher education degree in 6 Bachelor’s and 18 Master’s programmes. The University of Helsinki scores highly in international comparisons of research and teaching in the humanities: it is among the leading Nordic and European universities and close to the top 50 in the world.
Master's programmes, study rights and graduation and diplomas.
Disciplines, ERC projects and doctoral education.
Faculty management, contact information and instructions to applicants for teaching and research positions.
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