Hanken School of Economics


Hanken School of Economics

Number of students
6250€ - 6250€
Semester Tuition Fees
Ø monthly cost of living
Scholarships available
February 03, September 02
Application Deadline
Student - staff ratio
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Offered Programs

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Cost of living at Hanken School of Economics

450 - 700 Euro / month
700 Euro / month
Cost of living
250 Euro / month
25 Euro / month

About Hanken School of Economics


Why Study at Hanken School of Economics

Internationally Accredited

Highly regarded and internationally accredited, the university certification is world class, hence chances of internship recognition and employment after successful graduation are high.

Modern Infrastructure

Modern style and design campus with 21st century infrastructure and facilities. Students can immerse into a healthy learning environment offered by the institute.

International Study Environment

A largely diversified, friendly and united racial environment (students from over 50 countries), hence new students can easily assimilate and feel at home

Competent Staff

The institution has a diverse group of lecturers with substantial experience, having worked with respected international organizations worldwide.

Accommodation Hanken School of Economics

On Campus Accomodation at Hanken School of Economics
Off Campus Accomodation at Hanken School of Economics

About Helsinki

Helsinki, the sustainable capital of Finland, is a vibrant seaside city of beautiful islands and great green urban areas. Helsinki marches to a wonderful and unique beat of its own with dynamic food, design, architecture – and sauna! – scenes. Helsinki and its Nordic culture are made by the locals.

The capital of Finland with a population of approximately 500 000, Helsinki is big enough to have everything you may want or need, yet small enough to easily find your way. Helsinki is located on the Southern coast of Finland, well-connected ´by rail and sea to both Sweden, the Baltics and Russia.

The city has several universities and polytechnics, which contributes to a vibrant social scene for students. All universities have their own Student Unions offering plenty of extracurricular activities to students, affordable lunches in student restaurants, sports facilities, clubs and health care.

Helsinki, just as Finland in general, is considered a very clean and safe city. A city that has everything and yet just minutes away from nature. It is for a reason that Helsinki usually, if not tops the list, is one of the most liveable cities in the world!


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