Mustiala, located in a historic and peaceful rural setting, is HAMK’s oldest campus.
Our story began in Mustiala in 1840, when Finland’s first agricultural college was established on the campus.
Today, the old and idyllic buildings are surrounded by an advanced organic teaching and research farm, providing students with a hands-on learning environment. The campus has its own barn, more than 50 cows and up to 185 hectares of arable land.
In Mustiala, students study rural agriculture in both Finnish and English. In addition, the campus offers training for the basic agricultural degree of the Häme Vocational Institute.
The campus’ teaching and research farm also provides a good framework for applied research on a farm scale. Research cooperation is carried out with the Natural Resources Institute of Finland (Luke), extension services, industry and trade, strengthening the knowledge of the natural resources sector and the bio- and circular economy at national level.
Addresses, directions and maps
Visiting address of the campus
Mustialantie 105, 31310 Mustiala (Tammela)
In Mustiala, you will live in a green campus area in the immediate vicinity of the school.
The student canteen Huttula serves lunch and coffee with a savoury or sweet snack on weekdays. Lunch in the garden Mon-Fri 11:00-12:00.
Check out the library services in Mustiala!
All enrolled university students pursuing a degree have access to primary health care services through the FSHS.
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