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Aalto University offers study rights without fees and with scholarships to Ukraine’s university students

Support for at least 40 Ukrainian students and students who have received asylum from Ukraine
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Ukrainian students studying at Ukrainian universities as well as degree students who have received asylum from Ukraine may apply to Aalto University for a separate right to study without tuition fees and with a scholarship if the war has interrupted their studies. Support will be offered for at least 40 students. 
 
While the separate study right entitles students to complete individual study units, not a degree, students may apply to Aalto University later for bachelor’s or master’s degree studies. Studies are offered mainly in English-language programmes and courses. Most of the offerings are at the master’s level, some  also at the bachelor’s level.  
 
Applications for the separate right to study may be submitted from 16 March until 5 April.

For more information on applying, see hereApplicants, find the Aalto University course offerings here 

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