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Services to alumni

Haaga-Helia’s alumni – A Network of Specialists Spanning the Globe

Welcome to your virtual Haaga-Helia, dear member of our alma mater. Haaga-Helia alumni are the graduates from Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences and the institutes preceding it – a link between the university and working life. There are currently approximately 25 000 Haaga-Helia alumni worldwide.

Haaga-Helia's aim with maintaining alumni relations is to cherish the contacts once created between Haaga-Helia and alumni, as well as between alumni themselves. This way, we can be sure that alumni are able to help today's students  to gain current information about business life.

We keep in contact with our alumni through the alumni database, which contains information about alumni's addresses, education and places of work. If you are our alumna or alumnus and do not currently receive any communications from us – please update your contact information hereYou can also join our groups in social media, about which you can find more information to the right of this text.

Read more about alumni relations .

Contact Information

Alumni Relations

00520 Helsinki
tel. +358 40 488 7343

alumni(at)haaga-helia.fi

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News

News

New teacher student group
09.05.2017

New teacher student group

Haaga-Helia´s new vocational teacher student group started their studies. Welcome and good

Results of teacher admissions 6.4.2017
24.03.2017

Results of teacher admissions 6.4.2017

The results of the teacher admissions will be published on www.studyinfo.fi at the earliest Thursday April 6th, 2017. You can log in to the My

Creative Agency Krea created the visual design for Nordea Bank Museum’s Finland 100 centenary exhibition
18.01.2017

Creative Agency Krea created the visual design for Nordea Bank Museum’s Finland 100 centenary exhibition

  The students of Haaga-Helia’s Creative Agency Krea planned and prepared the visual design for Nordea Bank Museum’s Finland 100