University of Eastern Finland
The University of Eastern Finland, UEF, is one of the largest universities in Finland and among the best young universities in the world. A high scientific quality, interdisciplinarity, focus, constant renewal and strong engagement in international networks are characteristic of UEF’s research. The university is committed to providing its students with the best academic learning environments in Finland, and UEF is a trend-setter in applying new pedagogical approaches.
The University of Eastern Finland, UEF, is home to approximately 15,500 students and 2,700 members of staff. The university comprises four faculties and two campuses in the cities of Joensuu and Kuopio, all located in the eastern part of Finland.
UEF is a multidisciplinary university offering education in 13 different fields of study and in more than 100 major subjects. A high standard of teaching and investing in the well-being of students are among the university’s primary concerns.
Research at UEF under scores multidisciplinarity and interdisciplinarity. The university’s research activities are geared towards finding solutions to global challenges that affect individuals and societies. UEF’s research addressing especially aerosols, climate change and human health; cardiovascular and metabolic diseases; forests, global change and the bioeconomy; neurosciences; and borders, mobilities and cultural encounters enjoys international recognition. The university is consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world.