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Bachelor’s degree selection results published through Studyinfo at the latest on 3 July

Keep up-to-date through My Studyinfo -service

Aalto University student selection results will be published through the national Studyinfo service at the latest on Friday 3 July 2015. Applicants can check their situation by logging into the My Studyinfo -service, familiar from the application stage.

The national Studyinfo service is available to all universities for the first time in this spring’s selections. The placing procedure in the system grants each applicant one study place. The placing procedure covers all joint applications to universities and universities of applied sciences, and it will end on 12 August. 

Students accepted in the first placing procedure will be informed of their acceptance though My Studyinfo -service and a letter from the National Board of Education. Students accepted after the first placing procedure will also be notified of their acceptance by email by Aalto University. Info letters on starting studies will be sent to all those accepted starting from week 32, depending on where one applied.

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