Mental Wellbeing for Students

Nyyti ry


Nyyti ry is a national Finnish non-profit organisation, which operations are supported with proceeds from Veikkaus.

Nyyti ry is a national Finnish non-profit organisation, which operations are supported with proceeds from Veikkaus.
Nyyti ry promotes students’ mental health by providing versatile information and activities about mental wellbeing and coping with everyday life while studying. In addition, Nyyti ry supports professionals working with students by providing training, materials and networks as well as mentoring and coaching. Among students, study communities, professionals and society, Nyyti ry aims to increase awareness of students’ mental health and ability to study as well as awareness of means having an influence on these matters. Nyyti ry also aims to reduce the stigma and prejudices associated with mental health problems.

Nyyti ry is contributing to ensure that future well-being of employees in Finland is sufficient for the needs of working life, as tomorrow’s working life and well-being are being made today.

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Survey on Nyyti ry’s Web Activities - Win a Gift Card

We are gathering feedback on and suggestions for the future regarding Nyyti’s web activities, website, and online content. Your opinion is very important to us, and it will help us develop our operations.

The survey is meant both for students (upper secondary level and higher education) and professionals who work with them. The results shall be analysed in confidence and anonymously so that none of the participants can be identified based on the answers.

Those who leave their contact information get a chance to win a gift card of 100 € to Verkkokauppa.com in a raffle. Contact information is not combined with the answers.

It only takes 5 – 10 minutes to fill out the survey.

Student – use this link to take the survey: https://my.surveypal.com/Verkkotoiminnan-kysely-2018-OPISKELIJAT-EN

Professional – use this link to take the survey: https://my.surveypal.com/Verkkotoiminnan-kysely-2018-AMMATTILAISET-EN