Welcome all citizens and our partners in cooperation to lay the foundation stone of Myllypuro Campus and celebrate the historical moment with us!
Time: Saturday 24 September, 2016 at 12.00–14.00
Place: Myllypurontie 1, Helsinki
A brand-new campus will be built in Myllypuro, Helsinki for 6000 Metropolia students. The campus will be completed in two phases 2018-19.
First, we will lay the foundation stone together in the construction site. Thereafter, we will walk to the sports centre Liikuntamylly nearby for a party with music and speeches.
The speakers are Helsinki City Mayor Jussi Pajunen, chairperson of the student union METKA's board Emmi Paajanen and Metropolia's Managing Director, President Riitta Konkola. Also Myllypuro Neighbourhood Association's chairperson Anja Malm will bring greetings to the celebration. The society celebrates its 50th anniversary during the same day at 10-14 at the centre of Myllypuro.
Welcome to the celebration and see you on the construction site!
For further information
We will lay the foundation stone outside, please notice the weather in clothing and wear solid shoes.
Parking: Myllypuro Ostari Parking Hall, address: Kiviparintie 2, Helsinki.
Contact: viestinta( )metropolia.fi
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