Established in the year 1640, The University of Helsinki is one of the oldest and largest universities in the world. Situated in Helsinki, the university offers an array of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs to its more than 40,000 student population across 11 faculties. It boasts of its highly qualified and experienced academic staff that focuses on providing career-related guidance to students. Helinski university has 4 campuses, each located at City Centre, Kumpula, Viikki, and Meilahti. Some of the highly ranked courses of universities are Environment and Ecology, Biology and Biochemistry, Geosciences, Molecular Biology, and Genetics, and Plant and Animal Sciences. Its Philosophy subject is placed at the 21st rank in the global rankings by QS 2019 World university report. The university has a science-based challenge named after itself called the Helsinki Challenge. The primary objective of this challenge is to find plausible solutions to leading world problems in order to achieve the UN-mandated Sustainable Development Goals(SDG). It houses a Natural History Museum, a university museum, and the National Library of Finland on its campus. The University of Helsinki claims to maintain a relaxed and vibrant learning atmosphere where students and professors have open-ended discussions on a plethora of topics across various disciplines.