UniPID represents nine internationally acclaimed Finnish universities. Below are the links to each university's website.
Aalto University is a Finnish institute of higher education with campuses in Helsinki and Espoo.
Aalto University is represented in the UniPID board by Patrick Shulist and Teija Lehtonen.
Tampere University is a brand new institute of higher education, born out of the fusion of two universities and one university of applied sciences.
University of Tampere is represented in the UniPID Board by Elias Pekkola, Tiina Vaittinen and Eero Palmujoki.
University of Eastern Finland
University of Eastern Finland comprises of two main campuses, located in Joensuu and Kuopio.
University of Eastern Finland is represented in the UniPID Board by Irmeli Mustalahti, Arja Erkkilä and Sari Pitkänen.
University of Helsinki
University of Helsinki the oldest and largest university in Finland. It is located in Helsinki.
University of Helsinki is represented in the UniPID Board by Elina Oinas, Tino Johansson, Paola Minoia and Kaisa Korhonen-Kurki.
University of Jyväskylä
University of Jyväskylä was established as the first Finnish language teacher education seminar in 1863. It is based in Jyväskylä.
University of Jyväskylä is represented in the UniPID Board by Teppo Eskelinen, Tuula Tuhkanen and Pekka Toivanen.
University of Lapland
University of Lapland is a Finnish university located in Rovaniemi. It has four faculties.
Unviersity of Lapland is represented in the UniPID Board by Satu Miettinen, Satu Pesola and Tiina Seppälä.
University of Turku
University of Turku is the first university that was founded as a Finnish-speaking institution, in 1920. It is located in Turku.
University of Turku is represented in the UniPID Board by Mika Korkiakoski, Jukka Käyhkö and Rebecca Frilund.
Åbo Akademi University
Åbo Akademi is the only multi-faculty Swedish-speaking university in Finland, based in Turku.
Åbo Akademi University is represented in the UniPID board by Katarina Frostell and Sinikka Suomalainen.
Photo credit: CIFOR, 2013, on Flickr.
All logos courtesy of their respective institutions.