"Stockmann's is always Stockmann's" was the famous department store slogan in the 1950s. New research shows that Stockmann’s introduced marketing thought in Finland even before marketing was established as an own discipline.
The Finnish universities are following up on the spread of the coronavirus pandemic and are carefully preparing for the practical arrangements of student admissions under these exceptional circumstances. Universities are preparing for different scenarios in close collaboration with Finland’s Ministry of Education and Culture and the Finnish National Agency for Education in compliance with the authorities’ instructions. Any entrance exam changes will be reported by 15 April.
The national joint application to higher education ended on 1 April, with record-breaking amount of applicants to Hanken’s BSc and MSc programme with teaching in Swedish. The number of applications has steadily increased every year for the last three years.
The researchers and experts at Hanken are available to the media in connection with the Corona virus epidemic – in Finnish, Swedish and English. Our expertise include consumer, entrepreneurial and business behaviour.
Have you ever heard about a smartphone app from a friend and thought that it sounds great, you must download that, too? There are several ways for customers to experience smartphone apps, some of which can be surprising for app developers.
Hanken's staff and students in Helsinki and Vaasa will work and study from home starting from 13.3.2020. While Hanken's buildings are quiet, the organisation is up and running – remotely! In order to support the Hanken spirit we are launching the campaign #hankenremote!
The HUMLOG Institute at Hanken School of Economics is the co-ordinator of the Horizon 2020 research project Health Emergency Response in Interconnected Systems (HERoS) in connection to the present corona virus (COVID-19) outbreak. The project involves 11 partners from six countries and has a total budget of 2,8 MEUR over three years.
Hanken scores really well in the latest exchange student survey among students that visited Hanken during autumn 2019. A total of 96% of the 88 respondents would recommend Hanken as host university for exchange studies, and the feedback on courses, small teaching groups and Hanken's webpage was very positive.