9,984 applied to Aalto University in the joint application for higher education in 2017 – study place available for 1,505 new students

Admission results for the joint application for higher education have been published in the Studyinfo service.

Results for the field of business and economics were published on 27 June 2017 and the results for the field of art and design as well as for the field of science and technology have been published today on 28 June 2017. The applicants can check their admission results by logging into the My Studyinfo service at www.studyinfo.fi. By this Friday, 30 June 2017 at the latest, the National Agency for Higher Education will send by email a result letter to all the applicants.

In the joint application for higher education, for which the application period ended in April, altogether 5,656 applicants applied to the study options in the field of science and technology. The most popular study options in the field of science and technology were Computer Science and Machine and Building Technology. A total of 4,603 applicants applied for the field of business and economics: the number of applicants for the Finnish-speaking Bachelor’s programme was 3,861 and for the English-speaking International Business programme in Mikkeli the number of applicants was 742. There were 2,060 applicants for the study options in the field of art and design, and the most popular study options were Visual Communication Design and Art Education.

The same person may have applied to several different fields and to several study options. A total of 9,984 applicants applied to Aalto University in the joint application to higher education. Last year there were 9,606 applicants which means that the number of applicants increased by 3.9%. Aalto University was the first choice alternative as a study destination for 61.4% of applicants.   

In 2017, there are altogether 1,505 study places available in the Bachelor’s programmes at Aalto University the joint application for higher education. There are 292 places available in the Bachelor’s programme in economics in Otaniemi (Espoo) and 85 places in the International Business programme in Mikkeli, 121 study places in the field of art and design, and 1,007 places in the field of science and technology.

As a result of the placement run which is done in the national Studyinfo service, the applicant is usually offered only one study place. The placement covers all the study options of the universities and the universities of applied sciences which are included in the joint application for higher education, and it ends on 14 August 2017. Because of this, the final number of accepted new students will be available after all the study offers have been accepted.

More information for new students at Aalto University is available on the student intranet Into (into.aalto.fi).

More information:
Eija Zitting
Head of Learning Services
tel. 050 364 7778

Milla Vaisto-Oinonen
Head of External Customer Services
tel. 050 362 8880

 

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