Nordic Corporate Governance is a unique course with four participants from four Nordic countries come together to discuss Nordic business cases. Workshops are held in Helsinki, Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm.
Minna Martikainen, Dean and Professor in Accounting, has been elected President for the Multinational Finance Society (MFS) and Pontus Troberg, Professor in Accounting, was elected member of the Board at NHH Norwegian School of Economics.
The fundraising campaign HANKEN RETURNS ended 30 June 2017. The campaign got support from a total of 944 private persons, organisations and foundations who together donated 11.8 million euro to Hanken.
On Thursday 7 September Vaasa celebrated the opening of the academic year. 12 000 students were invited in this joint project that was carried out by e.g University of Vaasa, Novia University of applied sciences, Åbo Akademi University and Hanken.
The main entrance to Hanken in Helsinki is being renovated. The work has been delayed and will be finished by 18 August. Until then the main entrance is not in use but you can enter the building through the door on Runeberginkatu.
Hanken alumni Päivi and Kurt Björklund donate 250 000 euro to the ongoing fundraising campaign HANKEN RETURNS. The donation reaches Hanken in the last week of the campaign and contributes to the campaign reaching 11.6 million euro.
Exchange students at Hanken are extremely pleased with their experience and their studies. The results from the latest exchange student survey show that 88% would recommend Hanken as a destination for an exchange student semester.
Hanken has committed to sustainable development that supports the national campaign Suomi jonka haluamme 2050. Under the hashtag #sitoumus2050 you can read all of the over 600 commitments already made.
Clearly defined career paths have become important when universities compete in recruiting international top scholars and keeping existent staff. For that reason Hanken has decided to introduce Tenure Tracks.
Financial Times rankings 2017: Hanken & SSE Executive Education is still the Nordic champion in its field as part of Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) while advancing its position in the global ranking.
On 17 May changes will be made to the way URL-links are constructed on hanken.fi. If you have material that links to the website we recommend that you verify that your links still work after the changes have occurred.
The Centre for Corporate Responsibility at Hanken arranged a project course in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and humanitarian logistics, which also included co-operation with companies and NGO’s.
Hanken has received a donation of 250 000 euro from The Foundation for Economic Education (Liikesivistysrahasto). This is the foundation’s second donation which brings the total amount donated to the campaign HANKEN RETURNS to half a million euro.
The financial statement for 2016, approved by the Board of Hanken in March, shows that Hanken established its position as an internationally recognised, competitive and research-oriented business school.