Study with us
In Turku, every fourth individual is linked with one of the universities either as a student or a staff member. In Vaasa, every fifth resident is a university student. So, whether you choose Turku or Vaasa – welcome to conduct studies in a true university town with a dynamic student life!
Åbo Akademi University (ÅAU) is small enough for our professors to be easily accessible. At the same time, we offer a wide range of educational options. It means that you will be provided with individual guidance and the opportunity to tailor your studies for a unique degree. And, thanks to our networks of international contacts all over the world, you will be able to conduct part of your studies abroad.
Åbo Akademi University in numbers
Too many words? Figures and numbers are illustrative - that's something you can agree on even if you're not too keen on mathematics. Here you will find an overview of our core operations in numbers.
We have altogether 5,500 undergraduate students in our campus towns of Turku and Vaasa. We also have 780 postgraduate students. Each year, we award around 500 Master's degrees and 75 Doctor's degrees.
Of our total of 1,100 employees, 650 work in teaching and research. Other jobs are related to, for example, the Centre for Lifelong Learning, the Library or the different university services.
Revenues for 2019 total 104 million euro, of which approx. 53% represent State funding and the remaining part is raised as external financing.
Publications a year
1,400 publications per year. The publishing of research results is essential for a university. Publishing constitutes the foundation for scientific dialogue and sustainable knowledge, but it also serves as a way of giving back to the society that provides financial support for science and research. For universities, the number of publications per year is used as a measure of activity, a fact that is taken into account by the State for the determination of its funding.
The European MegaM@Rt2 project uses AI and advanced modeling techniques for the continuous development and runtime validation of complex systems
“Linguistically sensitive teaching in all classrooms”: a European policy experiment project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme
Seminar room (F607), Academill, Vaasa, 12.00
Tissue Cure Alliance Finland (TCAF) networking afternoon in Turku
Biocity, 2nd floor, Biologi-room, Turku, 15.00
Public defence of doctoral thesis in inorganic chemistry
Auditorium Ringbom, Axelia, Turku, 13.15
SPARK Finland Afternoon
Auditorium Presidentti, Mauno, BioCity, Åbo, 12.00