Aalto Thesis

Aalto Thesis

Multidisciplinary Master’s thesis projects in work-life collaboration

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Aalto Thesis is a challenge-based and multidisciplinary project model for Master’s theses in work-life collaboration. In the project, a team of 2-4 students from different Aalto schools jointly solve a multidimensional challenge provided by the partner.

While the partner collaborates with a diverse group of graduating future talents, the students will gain real-life industry experience while supported by the Aalto Thesis team.

Watch the video to get familiar with the Aalto Thesis experience!

Aalto Thesis provided us even more relevant and useful information than studies carried out by commercial research institutes.

Saara Saksanen, Communications Manager, Hoas
Aalto Thesis is a multidisciplinary programme

Challenge.

In Aalto Thesis, a multidisciplinary team of 2-4 students solves a challenge provided by the partner organisation through Master’s theses. We value challenge-based learning.

Coordination.

Aalto Thesis is a coordinated and project-based programme supported by the Aalto Thesis team. We want to make this easy for everyone.

Collaboration.

Aalto Thesis is a unique possibility for multidisciplinary University-Industry collaboration. We believe that modern work is collaboration and co-creation.

Aalto Thesis offered me a ready-made solution for the most important step – a company with real interest and the real need for my thesis.

Tiia Penttinen, marketing student

Aalto Thesis team

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Apply to Aalto Thesis project Valmet: New roads - Business planning in fibre converting

Apply to the Aalto Thesis project to tackle Valmet’s challenge through your Master’s thesis as a part of a multidisciplinary team. The application period for this project is 17.12.-10.1.
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