Our exceptional spaces are suitable for all kinds of events. Check the projects we realized so far and fall in love with events on Porvoo Campus!

Porvoo Campus can accommodate events ranging in size from an intimate meeting to celebratory events in the lobby up to 300 guests. Below are descriptions of venues available for use on campus.

Lobby is a multi-purpose space with an open floor plan. It is suited for various events, from receptions, concerts and evening dinners to seminars, screenings, trade fairs or any other event that benefits from a flexible space. It can accommodate 300 people standing, 150 seated lecture-style. The lobby includes a data port, stereo sound, and retractable projection screen along the west wall, if required the stage can be build any place there.

Learning spaces in different sizes
On campus, there are 15 rooms with capacity for 20-50 persons seating comfortably and 10 bigger rooms for 60-120 persons seating. They are used for conferences, lectures, receptions, and other events. In all spaces, there are computer, projector, document camera and white board. If needed space can be refurnished or equipped with additional TV screen or movable flip charts.

Group work and meeting rooms
There are available 7 negotiation rooms suitable for small gatherings that seats up to 15 people. Additionally there are 6 cosier and sound proof “Red Rooms”, perfect for group work up to 6 persons. All meeting rooms are equipped with projector or TV screen where laptop can be connected.



About Porvoo Campus as learning environment
The modern building of the new Porvoo Campus is built with high quality materials and also decorated with modern furniture such as Fatboys or big sofa areas. The operations of the Porvoo campus are characterised by co-learning and involvement in projects with a focus on working life. The campus is also open to the public daily, giving people access to a nice restaurant, an extensive professional library and a number of comfortable meeting places. Studies are completed in large modules, and learning is promoted in many different ways: reading literature, participating in lectures, seminars and various workshops, and finding solution models independently or in groups.
The Porvoo Campus was inaugurated in January 2011.