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Apply to Aalto Thesis Project: The Municipality of Sipoo - Digital Service Design to Support Employment

How to clarify the complex unemployment support services and define its customer groups through digital service design? Apply to Aalto Thesis programme to tackle the Municipality of Sipoo’s challenge through your Master’s thesis as a part of a multidisciplinary team. The application period for this project is 20.3.-9.4.2020. Read more from our Finnish site!
Illustration of a woman painting a big smartphone and of a man carrying a big calculator
Illustration: Jamini Kavoori

This project will be in Finnish, so check the Finnish site for further information!

We value challenge-based learning and multidisciplinary collaboration.

Niina Pitkänen, Aalto Thesis Programme Manager

Aalto Thesis

Aalto Thesis is a project-based and multidisciplinary programme for making the master’s thesis as a part of the team with work-life collaboration. 2-4 students from various Aalto schools form a team, in which they solve work-life partner's challenges through thesis works.

The students selected for the programme will receive a grant worth of 5 000 € for living expenses during the thesis work. Read more about Aalto Thesis here.

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