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Ukraine war

On this page, we will gather information on how Russia's invasion of Ukraine affects Aalto University’s operations. We will update the contents regularly.
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Aalto University condemns Russia's invasion of Ukraine and expresses its support to Ukraine and its academic community. We strive to provide various forms of support to those affected by the war. We expect every member of our community to act according to our values, appreciating and respecting each other, taking a cooperative and responsible approach. We have zero tolerance for all forms of hate speech and harassment.

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See recordings of two expert discussions on cyberwar

Subtitles in English.

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Cyberwar in Ukraine – what has happened and what can we expect?

Watch recording of the discussion between Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll and F-Secure's Chief Research Officer Mikko Hyppönen. English subtitles to be added.

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Cyberwar in Ukraine, part 2

Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll and Chief Research Officer Mikko Hyppönen continue their discussion on the cyberwar in Ukraine. Watch recording of the event.

Events

Other Aalto websites related to Ukraine war

Ukraine war - Frequently asked questions

On this page you find answers to commonly asked questions related to the effects the war in Ukraine has on Aalto University.

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Donate to Ukraine's university students

Donations help students cover their living costs during their studies in Finland.

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Aalto's support during the war in Ukraine

The page contains information and examples of our actions. Page is updated regularly.

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Read our news on Ukraine

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Research & Art Published:

Ministry of the Interior: One in three Ukrainians wants to stay in Finland while many are uncertain about the future

The results were analysed by doctoral researcher Anastasiya Koptsyukh from the School of Business and visiting researcher Arseniy Svynarenko from the Finnish Youth Research Society
Opiskelijoita työskentelemässä. Kuva: Mikko Raskinen
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Women business-owners fear War more than men

Women business-owners fear the war in Ukraine more than their male counterparts, finds new research by the School of Business
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Studies Published:

Aalto University continues to offer study rights without fees to Ukraine’s university students

Application for courses and study modules is open until 16 December.
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Studies, University Published:

Aalto University launches two open online courses on Finnish working life and entrepreneurship for Ukrainians

The free courses are launched in the Ukrainian language and introduce Finnish working life, career-building and how to launch a business in Finland for Ukrainian job-seekers and students.
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