Uniarts Helsinki fosters and renews art and educates artists whose work provides society with new perspectives and life force. Uniarts Helsinki consists of the Academy of Fine Arts, Sibelius Academy, and Theatre Academy. The university has about 2 100 students and about 740 full-time equivalent employees.
Uniarts Helsinki carries out internationally acclaimed academic and artistic research that has societal impact. The special nature of the research carried out at the university is based on direct and rich interaction between research and art. Uniarts Helsinki invests in research particularly within its three profile areas, which are music history, artistic research and arts education. Researchers and doctoral trainees from different fields form an internationally unique research community that works together with a global network. The high-quality research sector sets a basis for Uniarts Helsinki’s education and practice-oriented development work.
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