Hanken School of Economics is a leading university with 110 years of experience in education and research in economics and business administration. Hanken holds the three most prestigious accreditations for business schools: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. Only one percent of all business schools worldwide have achieved this. We are also proud to be one of the most international universities in Finland.

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Hanken holds the three most prestigious accreditations for business schools: EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. Only one percent of all business schools worldwide have achieved this.
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01.06.2020
In order to carry its social responsibility during these exceptional times, Hanken School of Economics has decided to accept an additional 45 students in the ongoing admissions 2020.
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01.06.2020
As the Finnish government is providing economic support to companies suffering from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, voices are raised sustainability should be one criterion for getting the support. This is not entirely uncomplicated, as there are no common criteria or methods of gathering and comparing data describing the performance on sustainability, especially for smaller businesses.
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01.06.2020
The universities in Finland will increase the number of study places in the student admissions in spring 2020. Within the economic sciences, some universities have already decided to increase the number of study places while others are currently making plans for additional admissions. In the economic sciences, an increase of about 200 new study places is planned. The increased admissions will require funding in the government’s next supplementary budget.
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29.05.2020
Hanken School of Economics, FIANT Consulting Oy, 3bility Consulting and The Human Rights Centre (HRC) implement a research project called SIHTI (Status of Human Rights Performance of Finnish Companies). The aim of the project is to obtain comprehensive overview of how Finnish companies are fulfilling their human rights responsibilities in relation to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.