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Why Aalto?

The rapidly changing world calls for courage to take a leap into the unknown. Aalto University answers this call by generating new ideas, cutting-edge research, high-class experts, entrepreneurship and leadership. Give today and support research and work on behalf of a stronger Finland that succeeds in international competition.

Innovations, new companies, jobs and well-being

If you wish, as a donor you can direct your donation to Aalto University or to a specific field of study: business, arts and design or technology.

Other possible donation opportunities include our spearhead areas ICT and the digitalisation of society, Arts and design, New materials and the sustainable use of natural resources and Business in a changing global environment.

Multidisciplinary cooperation and globally networked research in these areas help us find new energy solutions, plan and build human-centred environments and develop health-enhancing technology. Close interaction with business life ensures that research results are rapidly put into practice. This creates innovations, new companies, jobs and well-being.

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Please contact our donor engagement team for further information on donation opportunities, or if you wish to donate €10 000 or more.

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Aalto University in general

Aalto University is a multidisciplinary, international university built out of six schools.

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School of Business Ekonominaukio 1 lower level Photo: Mikko Raskinen

Business and Economics - Building the future

At the School of Business, we work for better business and a better society by educating future experts and leaders.

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Bacterial cellulose, photo by Aleksi Poutanen

Arts and design

Combining science and art to create new perspectives and experiences. When you donate to the field of arts and design at Aalto University, you provide your support for research and education in arts and design, which focus not only on individual works but also on the design of products, services and human-centric living environments.

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Elliptical Galaxies

New technology revolutionises the way we look at the universe – donate towards a new receiver at Metsähovi

This year we got a picture of a black hole 26 000 light years away! But would it be possible to see even more and see even further?

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Fields of science and technology

Aalto University is creating more sustainable energy solutions and addressing key challenges in health and wellness technology.

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Animaatioalan opiskelijoita piirtämässä. Kuva: Unto Rautio
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Finnish animation expertise is getting stronger

The animation sector is growing strongly in Finland and around the world. It is an essential part of all media production, so experts will be needed.
Aalto University, Health Tech 3D Print, photo Mikko Raskinen
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Support the battle against the coronavirus

Our society faces a huge challenge caused by the global coronavirus pandemic. As the Aalto community, we will do our utmost to help in the midst of the crisis. You can donate to support the battle against the corona pandemic.
Shaking up Tech: avaruustekniikka tutuksi. Kuva: Mikko Raskinen.
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Technology looking for the makers of tomorrow

Maria Clavert, Professor of Practice in Technology Education, encourages young people who want to change the world to study technology, as it can enable real change.
Energia- ja ympäristötekniikka kuvitus
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Working together for water

The world will soon run out of water. The Majakka Graduate School in Water Science and Technology is setting out to tackle such issues fearlessly and break the mold of traditional ways of doing dissertations, as its students aim for goals beyond their oral defences.
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