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Record number of MSc graduates at the School of Science

The number of Technology MSc degrees greatly exceeds our ambitious target
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During 2016-2018, there were just over 300 MSc graduates every year at the School of Science. In 2019, there were 427 students earning a Master’s degree in Technology, a hundred more than our set target. International students’ MSc degrees were 137 of these.

One example is the number of degrees in the Computer, Communication and Information Sciences (CCIS) Master’s Programme, which exceeded the number of degrees by dozens compared to the previous years.

The degrees in the BSc programme in Science and Technology were on target, and the number of doctoral degrees still has space to grow towards our targets.

Mari Knuuttila

Päällikkö, Opintoasiat
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