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Academy issues €100m to bolster Finland’s universities

Helsinki is biggest winner in push to define research profiles and boost international competitiveness

The Academy of Finland has granted nine universities a total of €100 million to improve their research profiles worldwide.

The funds are part of a national effort to help Finnish universities develop “strategic profiles” and bolster research quality as measured through international peer review. The sums granted range from €2.2m for the University of the Arts Helsinki to €30.1m for the University of Helsinki.

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