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Apply now to FITech's autumn courses

The FITech Network University's study offering for next autumn includes 40 courses by Aalto University. The studies are free of charge for all Finns and those permanently living in Finland.
Kaksi ihmistä kävelee käytävällä ja puhuu keskenään.

The FITech autumn course selection offers plenty of interesting topics to study for different learning needs. The application period is now open and ends about a week before the starting date of each course. 

First courses take off in August but there are many courses that begin later during the fall. In addition, there are over 70 courses that are continuously on-going. 

You can start learning a new topic on a beginner course or deepen your knowledge on something more familiar on intermediate and advanced courses. Many of the courses are organised as online studies. 

Get to know all of the FITech's autumn courses on the FITech website

Course picks from the autumn course offering

Some ICT courses are offered free of charge for the last time 

Please note that courses under the FITech ICT project won't be available in spring 2024. Thanks to the funding granted by the ministry of education and culture, these ICT studies have been free of charge for all Finns and people living in Finland, just like all other FITech courses. However, the ICT project funding cycle will terminate at the end of this year. This means that the current ICT courses will remain free of charge only until 31 December 2023.

Some of the courses might be moved under other FITech projects, but if you want to make sure to study a particular ICT course free of charge, it is a good idea to do it during this year.

Other projects (energy storage, 5G technology and hydrogen economy) will continue as planned on current funding cycles even after this year. The operations of FITech Network University as a whole will also continue as usual.

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Kolme ihmistä kävelee vierekkäin alas portaita.

FITech Network University

Study courses organised by Finnish universities of technology free of charge. Courses are aimed at all Finns and permanent residents of Finland.

Study at Aalto
Nuori mies istuu rakennuksen kiviportailla ja selailee puhelintaan.

FITech offers free studies for upper secondary school students

The courses cover topics such as the basics of programming and mobile applications, Python programming and machine learning.

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