Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the School of Chemical Engineering

The Aalto University Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Plan (EDI plan) supports the continuous promotion of equality and inclusion at the Aalto University. The EDI plan is based on the strategy and values of the university. The EDI Committee of Aalto University supports the planning, implementation and monitoring of Aalto University’s values and equality. Development Manager of the school represents School of Science in the committee.

To support the fulfilment and follow-up of the objectives of the EDI plan, the EDI Committee prepares a separate implementation plan that is revised on an annual basis. The schools and joint units prepare their own practical action plans based on the university's EDI plan.

The School of Chemical Engineering is committed to advance and promote EDI work and goals. The School's EDI group make annually an EDI implementation plan that is based on the Aalto University Equality Plan 2022-2024.


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Internationality ranking
most international
Student gender balance
50% women
Student internationality
23% international
Staff gender balance
44% women
Staff internationality
53% international

Equality, diversity and inclusion at Aalto

We aim to be a diverse and inclusive community where all students, faculty, staff, and stakeholders feel a sense of belonging and where they can fulfill their professional, educational, and social aspirations

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How to get involved?

Promoting equality, diversity and inclusion benefits everyone. Be active in participating in activities we organise and use resources we offer. All members of our community are most welcome to participate in planning and contributing to activities even if they are not members of the EDI Group. If you have ideas about actions at department or school level or in your student guild, please contact Marjo Kettunen.

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