International students praise Aalto: the best place to study ICT entrepreneurship!

The first students graduated from the EIT ICT Labs Master School thank Aalto for creating an excellent environment to study ICT entrepreneurship.

The first students graduated from the EIT ICT Labs Master School thank Aalto for creating an excellent environment to study ICT entrepreneurship. The student feedback was collected in the fall 2014. The EIT ICT Labs Master School kicked off in the fall 2012. Currently it operates in twenty universities in nine European countries. Students choose one study track from a selection of eight: for instance Cloud Computing and Services, Service Design and Engineering or Human Computer Interaction and Design. As minor subject all students complete an Innovation and Entrepreneurship study package. The second study year will be completed abroad at another EIT ICT Labs university. At the moment there are around 450 students in the Master School, of which 100 at Aalto. Studying in the programme is free of charge and scholarships can be granted.   

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