What is Peduca?
Peduca is a student organisation of the students of general and adult education and teacher’s education. Peduca brings together the students of two different departments, but all of our members have at least one thing in common: we study educational sciences.
Peduca was formed in 1974 and it has approximately 850 members.
What does Peduca do?
Peduca takes care of it’s members’ equality and rights when it comes to their studies and student life at the University. Peduca is a non-profit organisation and it’s guided by a board. Each board member has a responsibility area, for example equality, tutoring or international matters. Meetings of the board are open to everybody. Peduca cooperates with other student organisations, cooperation organisation of the Faculty of Educational Sciences Condus and trade unions.
How to become a member of Peduca?
Join Peduca. Peduca’s membership for 7 years costs 7€. If you are an exchange student in our faculty and not a member, don’t worry – you are welcome to join our events anyway.
You can join Peduca via online bank service:
Receiver of the payment: Peduca
Account number: IBAN FI11 6601 0003 3663 41, BIC AABAFI22
Message: membership fee, your name
Disbursement: 7 €
How to contact us and get the latest information?
Like us on Facebook where you can read our latest news and join events.
Via peduca-lista you get information about current matters and events. Join mail list following these steps:
- Email majordomo[at]helsinki.fi
- Leave subject box empty
- For the first line of the email write: subscribe email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org (put here the email address where you want to receive Peducas emails.)
Follow Peduca on Instagram @peducary
If you have any questions you can send contact the members of the board. The members of the board and their contact information you can find here.
What about the events?
Peduca organizes also various events from parties to vegetarian cooking evenings and breakfasts via its event department AKTI. Everybody is welcome to join AKTI and be part of planning and organizing events.