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Diaconia University of Applied Sciences

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Diaconia University of Applied Sciences
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TypeUniversity of applied sciences (polytechnic)
Established1996 (1996)
AffiliationEvangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
RectorTapio Kujala
Students3,004 (2010)[1]
61°28′32″N 21°46′37″E / 61.475469°N 21.7768434°E / 61.475469; 21.7768434

Diaconia University of Applied Sciences (Finnish: Diakonia-ammattikorkeakoulu, Diak) is a university of applied sciences (a polytechnic) in Finland. It is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland.

Its campuses are located in Helsinki, Oulu, Pori, Pieksämäki and Turku.

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  1. ^ "Hakeneet, aloittaneet ja opiskelijat vuosittain". AMKOTA database. Ministry of Education. 2010. Retrieved August 13, 2011.

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