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Aalto receives top marks from young Finns

According to an image survey, Finns under the age of 30 value Aalto's pioneering spirit.
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Aalto University's image among young Finns has remained excellent. According to the higher education institution image survey by Taloustutkimus, Aalto University is the best-known university in Finland, with a total score of 8.39. The survey was completed by 1 600 Finns under the age of 30.

Degrees are valued in the labour market

The image survey included ten claims that the survey respondents used to evaluate the University.

Aalto University ranked first in eight of these claims: Aalto's reputation as a place of study is good, its degrees are valued in the labour market, its teaching is high-quality, the University is a trailblazer and stands out from other higher education institutions, it provides good opportunities for international engagement, the University has received positive visibility in the media, and it has a good social media presence.

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