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Otaniemi campus summer opening hours 3.6.-31.8.

Summer opening hours apply on Otaniemi campus from 3 June 2019 onwards.
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With the exception of Harald Herlin Learning Centre, Väre, School of Business and Dipoli, the buildings on campus are open Mon-Fri 8:00–15:30. Summer opening hours are valid from 3 June to 31 August.

Harald Herlin Learning Centre, Väre and School of Business summer opening hours 24.6.–11.8: Mon-Fri 8:00–15:30

Harald Herlin Learning Centre opening hours 3.6.–9.8.:

3.6. – 20.6. normal opening hours, Saturday closed
24.6. – 26.7. Mon-Fri 8:00–15:30, Saturday closed
29.7. – 9.8. Mon, Wed-Fri 8:00–15:30 on Tuesday from 8:00–18:00, Saturday closed

Dipoli's opening hours:

3.6. – 20.6. Mon-Thu 7:45–20:00, Fri 7:45–18:00, Saturday closed (Thu 20.6 7:45–15:30, Fri-Sat 21.–22.6. closed)
24.6. – 4.8. Mon-Fri 7:45–15:30, Saturday closed
5.8. – 31.8. Mon-Thu 7:45–20:00, Fri 7:45–18:00, Saturday closed

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