Lappeenranta campus

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Address: Skinnarilankatu 34, 53850 Lappeenranta See location on a map

International campus

The joint campus for Lappeenranta University of Technology and Saimaa University of Applied Sciences is Finland’s most international university campus. One in four students on the campus are international students.

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INFORMATION ON CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19)

The safety of our clients, partners and the whole society is the most important thing for University Properties of Finland Ltd (SYK). For this reason we strictly follow the authorities’ regulations in all our actions. The premises that SYK offers are at normal use. Our maintenance systems are working in a capacity agreed together with our clients at the moment.

We co-operate closely in this exceptional situation with all our universities and other customers. What comes to this exceptional situation, we courage you all to follow the authorities information in the pages of the Finnish institute for health and welfare through this link. As well as information on the pages of your local university through this link.

We will inform possible changes in these pages. Is you wish to have more information from SYK on this matter, we encourage you to contact us on korona@sykoy.fi

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Located in Skinnarila, Lappeenranta, the campus and its environs offer a wide range of services from student restaurants to health care and sports. The campus is also home to a number of micro businesses.

The campus is currently undergoing renovation. Scheduled for completion in winter 2019, the students and the faculty will have improved and more versatile facilities for more productive learning and research.

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Shared campus benefits everyone

Having a university and a university of applied sciences operate in close proximity to each other creates research that allows both to focus on their core competencies and create new knowledge and solutions.

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