Metropolia´s Annual report 2015 is now published

13.04.2016

Bachelor´s degrees, graduates by faculty, 2014 and 2015

Bachelor´s degrees, graduates by faculty, 2014 and 2015

Metropolia was in the year 2015 the largest university of applied sciences in Finland ty both the number of students and the number of applicants. We were the third in measuring the attractiveness.

More students completed both their Bachelor's and Master's degree than in the year 2014. Also the number of student to complete 55 credit points per academic year reached an all-time record.

External funding for research, development and innovation was lower than the year before. This development corresponds to the decreasing trend experienced throughout Finland.

During election year 2015, Metropolia met with a range of stakeholders and our lobbying can be said to have helped to retain the dual model for higher education in the government programme.

The campus project proceeded according to timetable and we will transfer to the four campuses between 2017 and 2019.

Metropolia´s annual report 2015 gives you also through infographs a good view of last year.

Please find the Finnish and English annual report behind the links:

Annual report in Finnish

Annual report in English

For more information contact

Riitta Konkola
Managing Director, President
Tel. +358 9 7424 5003
riitta.konkola@metropolia.fi

 

 


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