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Apply to FITech spring courses starting on November 8th

Aalto University and other Finnish technical universities offer over 150 courses free of charge for Finnish people and permanent residents of Finland. You can study topics such as programming, artificial intelligence or machine learning.
Opiskelijat istuvat pöydän ääressä ja tekevät yhdessä muistiinpanoja.

What role does artificial intelligence play in our everyday lives? Which components form an accessible and user-friendly web service? What will the future of the internet look like?

It is a common presumption that only programmers and other IT specialists need ICT expertise. However, digitalisation has a great impact on all of us and requires a shift of thinking.

Upgrade your knowledge and learn new skills on FITech courses! The study offering includes over 150 courses about ICT, 5G technology and energy storages free of charge for all Finns and permanent residents of Finland. 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.

The application period is ongoing as of November 8th and ends about a week before the start date of each course. First courses start in January 2022.

Picks from courses by Aalto University

Get to know all studies organised by Aalto University on FITech website.

FITech is a network formed by universities of technology. Its goal is to guide experts to growth sectors in Finland and respond to competence needs arising in the field of technology. The member universities of the network are Aalto University, University of Jyväskylä, LUT University, University of Oulu, Tampere University, University of Turku, University of Vaasa and Åbo Akademi University. The founding members also include the Technology Industries of Finland and Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland (TEK).

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

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