Do you want to make an impact? How would you like to code the next video game hit, conquer the market with your innovation, take your science project to an international fair, or better the world with your development project?
At Aalto University, you have the freedom to succeed. Our university is a community of over 20 000 ambitious thinkers – a meeting point of science, arts, and business. Emphasizing the cross-disciplinary studies, we help you discover your lasting strengths in a changing world.
Aalto University degrees get you going for a successful career. On our Mikkeli campus, you can study a Bachelor's degree in International Business in English. In Helsinki and on the adjacent Otaniemi campus, Master’s and Doctoral Programs draw talented academics from all over the world. Students get hefty discounts in transport, lodging, and dining. Except for the joint programs, Aalto University charges no tuition fees.
From the beginning of your studies you will get to participate in interesting projects and hone your practical skills. The blossoming startup scene and initiatives like Aalto Design Factory help our students generate real businesses out of their dreams and ideas. Under the tutelage of several distinguished scholars, you can also enter the realm of research and strive for the best.
Aalto University has extensive partnerships with over 400 universities worldwide. For example, the School of Business has exchange programs with some of the best business schools in the world. International doctoral and post-doc researchers, teachers and summer schools are a strong testimony to our opportunities.
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A research project in the cinematic arts examines the transition of the welfare society and challenges the technical traditions of documentary film.
Professor Olli Varis is an internationally distinguished and recognised researcher in water and environmental issues.
Summer Exhibition at the Museum of Finnish Architecture and in the museum's courtyard 27.5.–23.8.2015
Universal relations in ultracold polarized Fermi gases