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FITech offers courses from Aalto and eight other universities to study free of charge

FITech Network University offers a selection of courses from Finnish technical universities, focusing on ICT sector, energy storages, 5G technology and other fields of technology such as marine technology and material engineering.
Opiskelijat istuvat luentosalissa, he hymyilevät ja kuuntelevat etualalla olevaa puhujaa, joka on selin kameraan..

Have you considered studying something new this fall?

FITech Network University offers a selection of courses from Finnish technical universities, focusing on ICT sector, energy storages, 5G technology and other fields of technology such as marine technology and material engineering.

Besides Aalto University, the courses are offered by LUT University, University of Oulu, Tampere University, University of Turku, University of Vaasa and Åbo Akademi. Additionally, University of Helsinki and University of Jyväskylä offer 5G studies.

The courses start regularly throughout the fall and winter. The application period for each course ends about a week before the course starts.

See all FITech courses organised this fall on our website (fitech.io).

Our course picks from Aalto University:

Kolme ihmistä kävelee vierekkäin alas portaita.

FITech Network University

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

Study at Aalto
Piirroskuva hahmosta, joka istuu näytön edessä selkä katsojaan päin. Taustalla on rataksen kuvia ja vasemmalla FITechin ja Aalto-yliopiston logot.

FITech publishes two MOOCs under the theme of lifewide learning

New courses help adult learners to start learning alongside work and support in updating personnel's competence.

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