Welcome to study at the University of Turku, Finland!
We are an active academic community of more than 25,000 students and staff members from over 100 different countries.
Beside My Mobile Tutor, our staff, your tutor and fellow students at the University are ready to help you with any questions or challenges that you might face.
Be curious, active and get the most out of your stay with us in Turku!
More information about the University of Turku can be found on our website utu.fi.
My Mobile Tutor is designed to help you to integrate to your new home city and make new friends by offering information, events and maps. We want to support your stay in Turku and at the University of Turku and are always with you on your mobile.
Intranet.utu.fi includes all the important information you will need about faculties and departments, courses, services in UTU, news and such.
Moodle is a virtual learning environment, where most of the courses have their own sites for sharing course material, having discussions, returning course assignments and such. Usually you will need a password in order to register for a course page, and it is given in the first lecture or via email.
NettiOpsu is a virtual study register, where you can do your course and exam registrations, check your grades and credits, check and update your contact information and access the Online Study Guide. In addition, you can create and modify your personal study program (HOPS).
Study Guide is an extensive course information package. You can find all the courses offered at different faculties and at the Centre for Language and Communication Studies. Just start looking and find your favourites!
Tenttis and Exam are electronic exam services, which allow you to plan your own schedules for exams. The electronic exams are taken on a computer in a designated computer lab. Many book exams and some lectures can be taken as e-exams. You can take an e-exam also during the evenings and weekends if there are available computers. Exam rooms are located in Teutori, Agora, Publicum and Turku School of Economics.