Health and well-being

All BSc and MSc students who have paid their Student Union membership fee are entitled to use the full range of services of the Finnish Student Health Service (FSHS).

Student Health Service

When visiting the Finnish Student Health Service (FSHS) you must show your student card with a valid sticker or a certificate of enrolment. For more information about the health care, please visit FSHS's webpage.

Study Psychologist

Hanken offers its BSc, MSc and PhD students the possibility to meet with a study psychologist. In Helsinki, the study psychologist can be reached at studiepsykolog@hanken.fi, and in Vasa at studiepsykologvasa@abo.fi. For more information, see here.

Student chaplain

The student chaplain in Helsinki and Vaasa offers students the possibility to come and discuss almost any topic: study-related stress, everyday life, life changing choices, loneliness - nothing is too big or small. You can contact the student priest.

Do you want to talk to someone? The student chaplain is at your service!

The student chaplain is available to everyone from the Hanken community and is ready to listen to anything you need to talk about; study, work and leisure, happiness and sorrow, relationships and loneliness, stress and anxiety, spiritual matters and doubt. The student chaplain wants to offer a safe space for everyone, regardless of your background, religious conviction, gender or sexual orientation. The student chaplain also has professional confidentiality.

The student chaplain is a priest in the Finnish Evangelical-Lutheran church, but is available to everyone. What we talk about is up to you.

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Helsinki: Andreas Lundgren
Welcome to knock on my door (floor 4,5 in the main building, Tuesdays 14-16) or get in touch to book an appointment!
andreas.lundgren@evl.fi
050-3800662

Vaasa: Hanna Jern
hanna.jern@evl.fi
044-4808327

UniSport

UniSport, which is a joint venture by Hanken, the University of Helsinki and Aalto University, offers sports and exercise services to a special price for students at these universities. The activities range from gym training to ball sports and group training, like yoga, dancing and strengthening muscle training. UniSport offers services in Helsinki city centre, Töölö, Meilahti, Otaniemi, Kumpula and Viikki. With the UniSport’s training card (1, 4 or 12 months), you can participate in group training and general ball sports sessions and go to the gym. You can also participate by paying a per-visit fee.

Remember to bring your student card when you go to buy services. More information, all prices and terms can be found on UniSport’s webpage: www.unisport.fi