Call for new pilot programmes to develop student recruitment

Do you want your Bachelor´s or Master´s programme to attract game changers and be or become attractive in respect to the Aalto strategy?

Are you interested in developing your student recruitment strategies and do you need support and tools for this?

We call for new pilot programmes for a two year period to develop programme specific student recruitment strategies as well as admissions processes. In the first phase pilots will focus on student recruitment issues. In the second phase possible needs concerning the admissions processes will be clarified, taking into account the already ongoing field specific development.

We are looking for Bachelor´s and Master´s programmes, with a motivated and committed programme director and staff, who are ready to develop their student recruitment. Selected pilots are expected to take part of two workshops this spring; Workshop I on April 7 and Workshop II on June 15. The theme on both workshops will be student recruitment and marketing.


Apply by sending the online application by February 28.

Further information

In 2016 Aalto launched a new strategic development project called “Programme Attractiveness”. The target state 2020 for the initiative is to help Aalto University programs to attract game changers and be/become attractive in respect to the Aalto strategy. Read more about the strategic initiative on the project wiki page.

Vice Dean (ARTS) Ossi Naukkarinen ([email protected] or Manager Johanna Söderholm (+ 358 50 3841725, [email protected])


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