'Profiles of Finland' is a distance study programme for all those who would like to
exercise their minds and explore new aspects of Finland. Compiled by the University of
Helsinki, the programme gives an introduction in Finnish history, geography, society, and
art and culture.
Each of the four modules is accompanied by a study day at the Institute, taught by Finnish
and British experts on the subject. Students can aim for a Diploma in Finnish Studies
awarded by the University of Helsinki, join the course just for fun at any point in the
programme or just come along for the study days.
The one remaining study day this summer is on Saturday 28 June. It has as its theme
'Finnish Society'. The speakers are Professor Matti Peltonen (University of Helsinki) on
The Problem of a Divided Peasantry in Finnish Rural History and Professor Tim Ingold
(University of Manchester) on People, Communities, Society.
For more information, please contact Ms Pirkko Hautamäki at the Finnish Institute.
(Concessions for students, unwaged and OAPs)
|All four modules, study days, diploma
|All four modules, study days, no diploma
|One module, study day, certificate
||(Concs. £ 75)
|One module, study day, no certificate
||(Concs. £ 40)
|Study day only
||(Concs. £ 10)