The Oulu School of Architecture

The world’s northernmost school of architecture, the Oulu School of Architecture (OSA), the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Oulu, was founded in 1959. With its 300 undergraduate students, the OSA is one of the three Finnish university level architecture schools, and a vital and dynamic unit within one of Finland’s largest universities. 

The University of Oulu is an international research university which creates knowledge, innovation for the future, and well-being through multidisciplinary research and education. The University of Oulu studies people and culture in a changing living environment, as well as opportunities that new technology provides for improving the well-being of people in the environment. The University of Oulu has a multidisciplinary expertise in Northernness.

Last updated: 8/4/2016