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Campus opening hours at the end of the year

Diak campuses and offices quiet down for Christmas.

Diak develops teaching and services based on student feedback

In order to develop its operations and quality, Diak regularly collects feedback from students regarding their studies. Giving feedback is a good way to influence the development of Diak’s teaching and services.

Exceptions to the opening hours of the Helsinki campus on 9th to 10th of November

Diak’s staff will meet for development days on the Helsinki campus on Wednesday and Thursday 9th to 10th of November.

The impacts of COVID19 during the upcoming semester

The COVID19 pandemic is turning into an endemic, which means that the virus is occurring all over the world in seasonally recurring and variable epidemics. The coronavirus is still abundant, but according to Diak’s estimate, it will only have a slight impact on the autumn’s operations.

The crisis in Europe puts a strain on students – Diak secures the everyday life of students and provides support services

The global political situation has caused anxiety and concern among students. At Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, everyday life is also safeguarded in the midst of the crisis by actively providing students with support services.

Apply for International Exchange!

Application period for international exchange has now been opened. Read more about the destinations and apply now!

Actions caused by COVID-19 in Diak in the beginning of a new semester

Diak is prepared in advance for the worsening coronavirus situation, and much of the teaching at the beginning of the year has been transferred to distance education in accordance with the instructions of the Ministry of Education and Culture. Only essential contact teaching takes place on campuses.

The Diak campus structure will be renewed in 2023

The Board of Directors of Diaconia University of Applied Sciences has unanimously decided at its meeting on 26 October 2021 to renew the Diak campus structure in accordance with a presentation by CEO, Rector Elina Juntunen.

Student wellbeing gets the spotlight! Take a survey to make an impact on student support services

Student, take a survey and get your voice heard regarding student support services! Services for student support and wellbeing will be developed based on the survey results.

Covid-19 increased students’ mental health challenges — Diak innovates new services

There has been a strong increase in mental health problems among students during the pandemic.