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Aalto Thesis programme’s application period for master’s students is open. Read more about the Population Register Centre’s project and apply now!
An innovative pilot course studied the circular economy, arts and systemic changes.
Welcome to the EIT Festival to discover EIT Innovation Communities in Finland!
The alumni of the School of Business took part in welcoming new Master's degree students on their first orientation day.
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The opening week of the School of Arts, Design and Architecture will be held on 2-6 September. The beginning of the new academic year will be celebrated at a joint Aalto Day One event on Tuesday 3 September.
Chemical engineering provides answers to global environmental problems.
Fast but controlled: racing car built during Protocamp course is equipped with artificial intelligence
The Speed Demon project team was commissioned to build a small self-driving AI racing car.
All Aalto University students can now apply for the open UWAS courses online.
Into is the central place to find the information regarding starting your studies as well as later student life.
Aalto Thesis is a newly launched model for an integrated project-based and work-life oriented master’s thesis, executed as a part of a multidisciplinary student team.
Selim Virtanen received a silver medal and bronze medals went to Alvar Kallio and Iiro Kumpulainen, whereas Aman Sher Agha obtained an honorary mention.
Combining artistic and technical design expertise in teaching is a unique concept worldwide.
Open University studies eventually led to Anni Johansson to becoming a degree student at the School of Business, and the firm belief that she had chosen the right field.
The pavillion is a Finnish-British modern interpretation of a tea house.
Salu Ylirisku, Doctor of Arts, teaches design process and related skills to aspiring engineers at the School of Electrical Engineering.
Results of the joint application for higher education have been published in the Studyinfo service
For the first time worldwide, upper secondary school and university students went looking for 5G technology solutions to challenges met by shopping centres.
Finnish clothing designer Matti Liimatainen has created a range of garments that wearers themselves assemble by hand. Now he's using automation technology to bring people even closer to the production of their own clothes.