Application period for Master’s programmes at Aalto University 15 December 2016–25 January 2017

Aalto University offers top level master’s degree programmes in the fields of art and design, business and economics, and science and technology.
Irena Bakić, alumnus of the School of Chemical Technology. Photo: Aalto University/Aki-Pekka Sinikoski

The application period for Aalto University’s Master’s programmes starts on Thursday 15 December 2016. In 2017 applicants for Master’s programmes can choose from 77 different study options in the fields of art and design, business, and technology. The majority of the study options are offered in English. The application period ends on 25 January 2017 at 3 pm (GMT +2:00). Read more about the study options and the application process on the Studies website. (

More information about admissions and applying is available at Master's Admission and [email protected].

In Finland, tuition fees have been introduced in the English-taught programmes leading either to a bachelor’s or a master’s degree. The fees will be charged from August 2017 onwards. Tuition fees will not be charged from citizens of the member states of the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA), or Switzerland. At Aalto University the tuition fee for master's programmes is €15 000 per academic year. Aalto University has a scholarship programme to support non-EU/EEA citizens who study in a fee-charging degree programme. More information is available on the Scholarships and Fees webpage.

There are separate application periods and procedures for the international joint degree programmes. More information about applying for the international joint degree programmes is available on our website International joint degree programmes.

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