Campus for Builders of Well-being
Campus for Builders of Well-being
Metropolia's brand-new Myllypuro Campus in Helsinki is open to life and new encounters. The campus brings together people-focused expertise where well-being, built environment and healthy future are developed together.
The new campus is built partly on top of the metro for 6000 students and 500 employees. The Campus for Builders of Well-being is the largest of Metropolia's four campuses.
Myllypuro Campus creates an open network and environment for learning and innovation boosting area's vitality.
Myllypuro Campus is conveniently located in the heart of Myllypuro, next to the metro station and between Ring I highway (Myllymestarintie) and Myllypurontie.
The campus consists of four buildings with a letter code and a code color visible in the interior and interior signs:
There are three entrances to the campus. The entrance located in the corridor between buildings A and B is in the courtyard. The entrance located in the corridor between buildings C and D is on the Myllypurontie side. The third entrance is from the D-building on square opposite the metro station.
The Campus is easily accessible by the public transport.
The campus is located next to the Myllypuro metro station, 16 minutes from the Central Railway Station, and 2 min from Itäkeskus metro station. Choose the exit 'A' called 'Orpaanporras' on the Myllypuro metro station to reach the campus.
To find bus connections and timetables please use the journey planner. For example the bus number 506 and buses running Ring I highway.
There are a number of places in which you can attach and lock your bicycle on front of the entrance of Myllypuro Campus Building A.
Free parking places are available for 2 or 4 hours on the roadsides of the nearby streets.
Paid car parks are located behind Liikuntamylly Sports Center and under the shopping center Myllypuron ostari Q-Park.
Two disabled parking places are located in Liikuntamylly Sports Center car park, which is situated between Liikuntamylly and Ring I highway.
Animals are not allowed on the campus.
The accessible parking spaces of the Myllypuro Campus are located in the parking garage, which can be reached from the Myllypurontie (Myllypurontie 1, Helsinki) side. There is a phone by the garage door that can be used to contact reception for opening the door.
Floor 0 has one accessible parking space. Floor K has three accessible parking spaces. The accessible parking spaces are marked with blue wheelchair signs. The parking spaces are located near the entrance that leads to the elevators. There is a door phone by the entrance that can be used to contact reception for opening the door. The door phone is at a height of 1,4 m.
The Myllypuro Campus has three entrances. The entrance by Myllypurontie (Myllypurontie 1, Helsinki) has a drop-off area.
All three entrances of the Myllypuro Campus are accessible. Entrance C is located on the Myllypurontie side, and the B and D entrances are on the Myllyruuhenpolku side. The doors have electric opening mechanisms. The spaces in front of the entrances are even.
The reception is located on the right when arriving through entrance C on the Myllypurontie side. When arriving through entrance D on the Myllyruuhenpolku side the reception is straight ahead at the end of the hallway. This entrance also has a tactile map. There is no induction loop at reception.
The campus floor has a tactile line and the line on the first floor leads to the reception, the accessible toilet and the elevators.
The Myllypuro Campus is accessible for moving around. Each space has an accessible entrance. There are several elevators that lead to every floor.
The Metropolia-Sali has an induction loop and an audibility map.
The first floor has three accessible toilets. Parts A and B of the building have accessible toilets on every floor. Below you can see more detailed information on the two accessible toilets.
The toilet on the first floor of part C is located behind the reception. The accessible toilet has a minimum of 80 cm free space on both sides of the toilet seat. The supporting rails are attached to the wall.
The toilet on the first floor of part B has a minimum of 80 cm free space on both sides of the toilet seat. The supporting rails are attached to the wall.
tel. +358 40 193 7758
aulapalvelut.myllypuro [at] metropolia.fi
The first part of the new campus was opened in January 2019 with 3000 students and 250 employees. The second phase of the campus, buildings B, C and D, are finalized, and opened in January 2020.
The foundation stone of the campus was laid in September 2016. The construction was delivered by YIT Oyj.
Mr. Simo Hoikkala
tel. +358 50 366 0545
simo.hoikkala [at] metropolia.fi