Application period to Master’s Programmes runs until 30 January

We offer eleven Master’s Programmes in English from which you get a Master of Science degree.
Made in Aalto: School of Business graduate Anni Harju found a dream job at Rovio Entertainment, the company behind Angry Birds.

Planning your own startup? Career as a consultant? Specialist in finance? Apply now!

We offer eleven Master’s Programmes in English from which you get a Master of Science (Economics and Business Administration) degree. Business Law is offered in Finnish.

The application period to Master’s Programmes runs from 15 December 2014 to 30 January 2015.  The application period ends at 3 pm (GMT +2) on 30 January.

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Freedom to Succeed! Welcome to Aalto University!

If you want to see things from many perspectives, Aalto is the place for you. Get more room for your ideas, apply now! 

Aalto University encourages its students to engage in multidisciplinary projects and practice-oriented learning. The inspiring atmosphere stems from passionate, student-oriented learning that emphasises creativity as well as critical thinking.

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