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Great progress with the new School of Business building – relocation schedule updated

Exciting news from the building site in Otaniemi! The construction for the new building for the School of Business has made excellent progress.

The completion schedule provides us the opportunity to move into our new building earlier than planned. The School currently has two options for the relocation schedule: We can move either during the Christmas break (2018–19) or between the 3rd and 4th periods in February 2019. The exact date will be decided later when more information on the details of the building process are available.

The faster schedule offers many benefits for us. We can enjoy our new state-of-the-art facilities earlier and get closer to our Bachelor students and the rest of Aalto community sooner. The savings on rental fees are also substantial. Despite the change in schedule, we will have plenty of time to make sure that everything works smoothly in the new building of the School.

See the new video here.

 

More information:

Ingmar Björkman, Dean, School of Business
[email protected]

Perttu Kähäri, Project Lead Business 3.0, School of Business
[email protected]

 

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