Turku University of Applied Sciences

Turku University of Applied Sciences (TUAS) (founded in 1992) is the biggest University of Applied Sciences in Finland. TUAS offers studies in seven different educational fields. The fields are: Arts and Media; Natural Sciences; Natural Resources and the Environment; Tourism, Catering and Hospitality Management; Health Care, Sports and Social Services; Technology, Communication and Transport; Social Sciences, Business and Administration. TUAS has campuses in Turku, Loimaa, Salo and Uusikaupunki. The number of students is 9 500 and personnel 700.

 

Novia University of Applied Sciences

The multidisciplinary Novia UAS (founded in 2008, when Yrkeshögskolan Sydväst and Svenska yrkeshögskolan were consolidated) is Finland’s biggest University of Applied Sciences with Swedish as its language.  It functions on the whole Swedish-speaking coastline. Besides Turku there are campuses in Vasa, Jakobstad and Raseborg, and education locations in Vasa, Raseborg, Espoo, Helsinki, Jakobstad, Nykarleby and Turku. There are eight educational fields: Humanities and Education; Arts and Media; Natural Sciences; Natural Resources and the Environment; Technology, Communication and Transport; Health Care, Sports and Social Services; Tourism, Catering and Hospitality Management and Social Sciences, Business and Administration. The number of students is 3 500 and personnel 390.

 

Diaconia University of Applied Sciences

Diaconia UAS is a national University of Applied Sciences, and its campus in Turku has been in function since 1998. In Diaconia UAS Turku there are about 200 students. The educational programs in Turku are Media and Sign Language Interpreter.

 

HUMAK University of Applied Sciences

HUMAK is a national University of Applied Sciences in the fields of Humanities, Education and Arts. The campus in Turku gives education in Arts, and it has been in function since 1998. There are about 100 students at the Turku campus.