11,741 bachelor's level applicants to Aalto University this spring

The results of national joint applications to higher education institutions have been published through the Studyinfo service.

The results of national joint applications to higher education institutions have been published through the Studyinfo service. Applicants can check their situation by logging into the My Studyinfo service, familiar from the application stage, at www.opintopolku.fi.

A total of 11,741 applicants applied to the six schools of Aalto University in the university application process, which ended at the beginning of April. 3,722 of them applied to study economics at the Helsinki Campus and 845 at the Mikkeli Campus, 5,118 to study technology in architecture and the four schools of technology, and 2,059 applied to study the arts.

The national Studyinfo service is available to all higher education institutions for the first time in this spring’s student selections. The placing procedure in the system grants each applicant one study place. The placing procedure covers all joint applications to universities and universities of applied sciences, and it will end on 12 August. Therefore, the final number of accepted new students will only be determined once all study places have been accepted.

Students accepted in the first placing procedure will be informed of their acceptance through the My Studyinfo service and a letter from the National Board of Education. In addition, Aalto University will notify applicants accepted in the first placing procedure of their admission by email. Info letters on starting studies will be sent to all those accepted starting from week 32, depending on where one applied. 

 

Further information on admissions:
Eija Zitting
Head of Learning Services
tel. 050 364 7778

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