|Jyväskylä is a city in central Finland. With 130,822 inhabitants, it is the seventh-largest city in the country.
Jyväskylä lies about 270 km north of Helsinki on the northern shore of Lake Päijänne. Jyväskylä has been a university town since 1966.
The image of the city is shaped by the buildings of the Finnish architect Alvar Aaltos.
|University:||16,000 students; 7 faculties|
|Partner institute:||Liikunta- ja terveystieteiden tiedekunta
(Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences)