The planning of teaching
By selecting a degree programme you are able to see the general content as well as the possible degree programme-specific content.
Search for degree programme
When you search for a degree programme by name or by part of the name the options in the list of degree programmes below the search field is narrowed down. After this you have to choose the degree programme from the list.
Master's and Licentiate's Programmes
Specialist training programmes
Constructive alignment of teaching and the 10 steps of course design
These guidelines support teachers in the pedagogical planning of courses based constructive alignment. These guidelines present ten steps, which serve as a checklist for the design.
Student's workload and study credits
When you are planning your courses, please note that the students’ workload should correspond to the study credits they are awarded for the course.
Attendance on a course can be specified as mandatory if it is pedagogically justified or the teaching cannot be arranged otherwise.
This instruction presents the facilities available for teaching and provides information on their use, booking and equipment specifically from the perspective of teaching.
Exams and related arrangements
Exams are one way of assessing your students’ learning. These instructions describe the different forms of taking the exam and give instructions for organizing different exam sessions. You can also find instructions for creating exams in the Examinarium electronic examination system and the Moodle learning environment.
Methods of completing studies
When choosing course completion methods, the scope of the course and the student workload should be taken into account.
Open teaching and copyright
These guidelines provide information about teachers’ copyrights, including related agreements and the openness and use of teaching materials.
Collecting and processing feedback
Ask your students to provide feedback on your courses. In the course feedback, you should focus on questions that indicate what the student has learned during the course.
Working life and expertise studies and career planning
On this page you will find information about work life orientation and career planning, which are included in all degrees at the University of Helsinki. You will also find information on different forms of working life and expertise studies, such as portfolio work and traineeships.