Apply to FITech spring courses starting on 7 November

Do you want to learn something new next spring? Or maybe update your current skills and knowledge? You can do both on FITech courses! We offer a low threshold for studying on free university courses by Aalto and several other universities of technology.
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Update your digital skills on FITech courses

The digitalisation of society and working life is happening at the speed of light. Digital skills have become an inseparable part of modern working life skills, and this requires a shift of thinking from all of us.

FITech offers a low threshold for learning something new because studying on FITech courses doesn't cost anything. In addition to this, the courses are of very high quality as they are part of the study offering of Finnish universities of technology. You can get to know a new subject on a beginner level course or deepen your knowledge on intermediate or advanced courses.

We offer altogether over 150 courses in ICT, 5G technology and energy storages from nine Finnish universities. Many courses are arranged as online courses and MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) but in many cases, there is an option to participate in contact teaching on the university campus.

The application deadline is about a week before the start date of each course. The first courses of spring 2023 start on the second week of January which means that the last day to apply for these courses is on New Year's Day.

Get to know the courses on FITech's website.

Course picks from the Aalto offering

Aalto University's FITech study offering features both new and previously seen courses. After the Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted, adult learners now have the opportunity to attend contact teaching on some courses, but there are still plenty of fully online courses available, too. Get to know all the FITech courses offered by Aalto University on FITech's website.

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

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