University of Oulu - Working for more sustainable, more intelligent and more humane world
Creating innovation for the future
students in 8 faculties
In all its activities, the University of Oulu strives for excellent quality and high efficiency. Our researchers produce nearly 3000 scientific publications each year and several new research-driven startups arise yearly.
Opportunities for careers and lifelong learning
Open positions and career alternatives
Interested in the career opportunities offered by our international and multidisciplinary working environment? See what it´s like to work with us, and check what kind of possibilities there are for you.
The University of Oulu is open to everyone. Are you seeking to improve your knowledge and skills in work life, exploring new paths or searching for customized educational solutions for your organization? Check the course offering and services of continuous learning.
Faculties and university management
The university consists of eight faculties and many specialized research units. The highest decision-making body in the University is the Board. The Board decides, for example, on the central goals, strategy, and direction of the University's operations and economy.
Strategy and values guide the university's activities
The University of Oulu conducts impactful and responsible research. Our aim is to provide an excellent student experience and healthy university community. Our values are: Creating new, Taking responsibility, and Succeeding together. Sustainable development is a goal in all of our operations.
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Annual report 2021
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Oulu city campus
Oulu City Campus is one of the measures to increase the attraction of the university and the city in the decades to come.