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Changes in using The Financial Times – no access on Monday April 9th from 6pm

Accessing Financial Times will change on Tuesday April 10th.

From now on every reader must log in to Financial Times with Aalto University credentials.

Because of this change access will be temporarily removed for all students and staff starting from Monday April 9th at 6pm.

On Tuesday April 10th Aalto University staff and students can get access to the Financial Times by clicking here or from Financial Times website the following way:

1. Go to ft.com
2. Click “Sign In”
3. Type in your Aalto University email address
4. Click “SSO Sign In”
5. If you are logged in to your computer with your Aalto University credentials, you will be automatically signed in. Otherwise you will be redirected to a separate Aalto University log in page.

Additional information: [email protected]

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