also the academic library of Tritonia, which the university shares with the other academic institutions in the city, and the laboratory of Technobothnia, which is shared with the city's two universities of applied sciences. Social Sciences began and in 1990 Technology studies began in connection with. It is sometimes called the most beautiful campus in Finland. The campus of the university is situated by the. The part of the university placed in the old mill is called "Fabriikki" (English: Factory). The first principal to be chosen for the school was. In 1983 studies in the. The university has personnel of around 500 which includes a teaching staff of 180 and 54 professors. Each building has its own name, like the main building of "Tervahovi" (English: Pinetar Court) and the governing building of "Luotsi" (English: Pilot). Helsinki University of Technology. The academic library Tritonia on a sunny November day in 2010. Schools edit There are fours schools at the University of Vaasa: 6 School of Management Human Resource Management Public Law Public Management Regional Studies Social and Health Management Strategic Management School of Accounting and Finance Accounting and Finance Business Law Economics. Mauri Palomäki, who later would become the longest serving principal the school has seen so far. In 1980 education in, humanities (languages) began and so the school became a "School of higher education" (in Finland the term is "Korkeakoulu. Services edit Lev?n Institute - Centre for Continuing Education and Research 8 Linginno - Language Centre 9 Tritonia - Academic Library, Vaasa 10 Technobotnia - Research Centre 11 Vaasa Energy Institute 12 Vaasan Yliopiston Ylioppilaskunta - Student Union of Vaasa. In 1992 the school was organised into four faculties; The Humanities, Business Administration, Accounting and Industrial Management, and Social Sciences. Instead of three faculties, the University of Vaasa has four different schools: the School of Accounting and Finance, the School of Management, the School of Marketing and Communication studies and the School of Technology and Innovations. Around 5000 students are currently studying in various degree programs at the university. The, university of Vaasa finnish : Vaasan yliopisto, Swedish : Vasa universitet ) is a multidisciplinary, business-oriented university in, vaasa, Finland. These buildings were finished in 1994 and planned in the spirit of the former county architect Carl Axel Setterberg who planned most of Vaasa's public buildings in 1860. In 2018 the university reorganized its structure again. Gulf of Bothnia adjacent to downtown, vaasa. The very next year the first students started their studies; 90 business and 60 correspondence students. The lectures were first held in a yard building of Vaasa Commercial College in Raastuvankatu street, but in its second year the school moved into the whole house as the commercial college moved to a new building. The whole campus is near the waterfront and surrounded by park areas. Contents, history edit, in 1966 the, council of State made the decision to establish a School of Economics and Business Administration in Vaasa, and so Vaasa got its first institution of higher education which the region of Vaasa had worked for since the 1940s. This part is called Fabriikki. Part of the main building called Tervahovi photographed from the universitys parking lot. In 1994 the university moved into its new premises on Palosaari. In 1991 it changed its name to University of Vaasa. 2, in 1977 the school became a state institution along with all other academic institutions in Finland. The former cotton mill has been extensively rebuilt on the inside to house parts of the university. Part of the university is housed in a former cotton mill.