Ilmaisella sisäänpääsyllä halutaan tukea nuorten hyvinvointia koronapandemian keskellä ja tarjota nuorille mielenkiintoista tekemistä tieteen, tait
The exhibition is a collection exhibition of Museum Centre of Turku, and it features the museum’s wonderful collections of items and works of art a
Joy and other things to discover in the city’s parks
Birdhouses branded with the logo of the anniversary year are currently being hung in t
The pop-up tour of student services involves parties who provide services for students or whose services students can benefit from. On Tuesday the
Thurs. 1.4. The Main Library is open from 9 to 17.
Fri. 2.4. The Main Library is closed.
On Monday the 29th of March it will be the University chaplaincy's turn to take over the Study in Turku Instagram account.
Maintain good hand and coughing hygiene also at home.
Consumption-based emissions—the so-called indirect emissions associated with food choices, travel habits, supply chains and many more activities that keep cities running but are not directly tied to local production—are proving to be the blind spot of current mitigation efforts.
Read Marion Guenard´s article in ICLEI´s CityTalk blog
The theme of the 11th Annual Forum was “Towards a Decade of Innovation and Sustainability".
Juha Leinonen and Kristian Karnell are in a merry mood.
The minute of silence is an initiative of the city network Eurocities and Dario Nardella, President of Eurociti
Investigation and tracking work of the coronavirus infection cluster among international exchange students in higher education detected last week i
Addition on 18 March 2021: infection cluster among international exhange students
Several coronavirus infections have been detected in Turk
Check the latest recommendations and restrictions related to coronavirus in Turku e.g. in city services and hobby activities.
The extent of the infection cluster among exchange students was discovered in Turku on Wednesday 17 March.
Study in Turku organizes a webinar on Monday 19th of April for the international students studying in universities and universities of applied sciences in Turku. Our speaker in the webinar is an occupational health psychologist Ronnie Grandell who has specialized in the areas of self-compassion and compassionate therapy. Event is a free of charge.
- We must now put health first.
City of Turku communicable disease authorities have been tracking chains of infection. Tracking work is still ongoing.
– The coronavirus situation in Turku is severe. The epidemic is accelerating rapidly, and the infection rates continue to rise.
The pupils will be provided masks by their own school, but they can also br
Visit Finland launched the Sustainable Travel Finland programme to promote sustainable tourism in Finland.
People and communities continue to have a strong need to connect, network and exchange ideas.