Remote learning continues at Haaga-Helia until Sunday 27 February
Due to the deteriorating corona situation, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences has decided to continue remote learning until Sunday 27 February.
Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences strives to ensure the uninterrupted continuation of teaching and at the same time avoid the spread of infections to teaching staff and students.
For this reason, Haaga-Helia's management team has decided to continue distance learning until Sunday 27 February.
However, on-campus contact teaching deemed necessary may be arranged if safety measures are taken care of.
The campuses are open through February, but their services are limited. Most of the services are also available online.
At Haaga-Helia, the health and safety of students and staff is the number one priority, which is why it follows the regulations and instructions of the authorities in all its decision-making.
The staff's strong recommendation to work remotely will also continue until the end of February in all positions where this is possible.