Increased and broader legal support on LES agreements available

Increased support and broader legal expertise on Learning Services (LES) agreements is now in place.

New model agreements and instructions for study projects, as well as an overall mapping of LES agreement needs, are underway. The aim is to facilitate work on the practical level and to provide more legal support on challenges relating to different agreements.

Legal assistance on specific agreements:

Legal counsel Pia Kumpulainen, [email protected], 050 326 3561
Study project agreements (between students, companies and Aalto related to executing study projects)

Legal counsel Päivi Lindström, [email protected], 050 511 2518
EIT-project agreements for Learning Services (EIT = European Institute of Innovation and Technology)

Legal counsel Timo Syrjälä, [email protected], 050 594 3659
Other LES agreements, e.g. double degree and mobility agreements


Instructions, templates and LES signature matrix are available in Learning Services’ webpages

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