The health questionnaire for first-year students has been updated. It’s now called HealthStart and it will be available nationwide in early 2022.
The health care fees for students in higher education have been verified for 2022 in accordance to the act on student health care for students in higher education. There will be no changes in the fees compared to 2021.
The challenge is part of our Exercise 2021-2022 theme year, the aim of which is to motivate students in higher education to exercise.
You can now see in a more clear format how well the FSHS has met the requirements regarding access to general, mental and oral health during the past six months.
Influenza vaccinations are about to begin. Medical students and health and welfare students in higher education, as well as students belonging to a risk group can receive their influenza vaccinations from the FSHS free of charge.
The mental health line provides students with assessment of the need for treatment and guidance on services from Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
You can come and chat with our professionals about our oral health services or oral health in general during the well-being weeks and events at campuses.
Our professionals take part in the well-being weeks of Universities and Universities of Applied sciences across Finland. You can come and chat with our professionals about our services or well-being during these campus events.
Under the national vaccination programme, medical students and health and welfare students in higher education, as well as students belonging to a risk group can receive their influenza vaccinations from the FSHS. The vaccine is free of charge.