Phenomenon-based and impactful Research
We conduct impactful research of a high international standard in business studies, administrative sciences, technology and communications.
Our open, multidisciplinary and phenomenon-based research platforms work in broad collaboration with business and public sector. Through our research, we promote sustainable development and help solve the global challenges of the future.
Research news and events
Dissertation: Finland's energy transition is dominated by myths arising from beliefs in continuous economic growth
Dissertation: Machine learning can help with treatment planning and proper management of tongue cancer
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Research groups and platforms
The University of Vaasa has four schools for research and teaching: the School of Management, the School of Accounting and Finance, the School of Marketing and Communication, and the School of Technology and Innovations.
Our research groups conduct high-quality research and bring together expertise and resources from across the university. They participate actively in both national and international collaborative networks.
The three phenomenon-based research platforms open up our doors to the surrounding society: Vaasa Energy Business Innovation Centre (VEBIC), Digital Economy and the Innovation and Entrepreneurship InnoLab.
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Scientific research helps to address the complex challenges facing our society. Research findings also give rise to new theoretical frameworks, new scientific thinking and even completely new fields of science.
University of Vaasa seeks motivated, talented doctoral students who are inspired to do research. The application time for the doctoral programmes is twice a year.
- Doctoral Programme in Business Studies
- Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences
- Doctoral Programme in Technical Sciences
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Researcher or teacher, would you like to join our close-knit and inspiring community and work with international research and development projects?
Our teaching and research positions are divided into four career stages. Some positions are available as tenure-track positions which through an assessment procedure enable advancement to the position of a professor. Read more: Working at the university
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