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Aalto University accepts 1 244 new students for master's studies

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The application period for Aalto University’s master’s programmes ended on 3 January, and the admission results were published on 30 March 2020. Altogether 1 244 new students were selected.

The number does not include the incoming class of incumbent students pursuing their study right from their undergraduate degrees.

Half of the applicants applied with a degree completed outside of EU/EEA countries.

As previously, the greatest numbers of applicants with foreign degrees were from China, India, Pakistan, Great Britain, and Iran. Applications were received from altogether 105 different countries.

In the field of Business and Economics, the most popular study option was Yritysjuridiikka (Business law), available only in Finnish and Management and International Business. In the field of Art and Design, the most popular study options were Collaborative and Industrial Design and Visual Communication Design, like in previous year. In the field of Science and Technology, the most popular study options were the major Machine Learning, Data Mining and Artificial Intelligence in the Master’s Programme in  Computer, Communication and Information Sciences, as well as Architecture and Automation and Electrical Engineering.

Congratulations to all new Master’s students. See you next autumn!

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