PYP & MYP & DP Workshops in Categories 1 & 2 & 3 in Helsinki, Finland
Important information, terms and conditions:
- Certificates of attendance
- IB cancellation and refund policy
- Online registration and payment information
- What is included
- Information about visas
- IB safety policy
After the official closing deadline (3 weeks before start date), please contact IB answers for registration. Late registrations are subject to a surcharge of EUR 70.
The IB has reserved a number of hotel rooms for participants at the workshop venue for a reduced fee. Please be sure to book these well in advance as they will be released over time and all un-booked rooms will be released six weeks before the event. However, all reservations must be made directly with the hotel/agent. Participants are responsible for their own travel to and from the event. (Please refer to the IB's cancellation and safety policy).
To book an IB pre-reserved room at the Sokos Hotel Presidentti make a reservation or via email: email@example.com and insert the promotional code B2018IB
Hotel rates during the workshop period are:
Single room: €125,-
Twin room: €145,-
Average weather in March: -2 Centigrade or 28 Fahrenheit
Getting there by plane: Helsinki Airport or Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is the primary airport serving Helsinki, Finland. It is located 17.0 km or 10.6 mi north of Helsinki city center.
Transportation: Regular taxis to the center cost €30-40. A new ring rail connection to Helsinki opened in July 2015. The trains run in a loop, with I-trains going east and P-trains going west from the airport. The trip takes approximately 30 minutes. The trains run every ten minutes during peak hours.
Central Helsinki is rather compact and can be explored by foot by energetic visitors. All public transportation within Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen is coordinated by HSL. The Single ticket (€3,20 from the driver) allows you to travel by almost any local public transportation method (buses, trains, trams, metro, Suomenlinna ferry) within the boundaries of Helsinki. Cab fares are regulated by the government, and the taxi fares are reviewed yearly.