Into ( is now Student Guide on!

Into is transferred onto under the name 'Student Guide.' On this page, you can find information on the new site and instructions on how to use it.
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Into ( has been the study guide for Aalto University students and its contents are now migrated to under the new name 'Student Guide'. You can find all the same information previosly on Into now in the Student Guide. Going forward, will be the primary source of Aalto information and news. You can recognise Student Guide contents by the illustration style, an example of which is seen here in the main image. You can find more information on navigating the Student Guide and reasons behind the change below.

Student Guide

Look and navigation of the Student Guide

In many ways, it is similar to Into, however, technically and visually it differs.Below are examples on the look and logic of the new site. Please note that some things are subject to change on the Student guide upon publication.

    Student guide main page

    At the top of each page of the Student guide is the main navigation panel where you can find five headers, some with max. five subheaders. Pictured is the front page of the Student guide with the header "Programmes, Minors and Courses" open. You will recognize headers with a subnavigation by the arrow icon after the header title.

    Student Guide, programmes

    You can find all current programmes of Aalto University on the Student Guide. You can filter the programmes by the degree level, school and curriculum period or search for the programme directly.

    Student guide, programme page

    You can find all current programme pages on the Student guide. The programme pages have their own navigation with five headers, some with max. five subheaders. Pictured is the programme main page with the header "During your studies" opened to reveal five subheaders where you can find more information on each topic. 

    Student guide page example

    The pages on the Student guide often list links to specific sites without further explanations on each topic. This is to allow the user to navigate the site as smoothly as possible and to see a page's contents at a glimpse.

    Why are we transferring Into onto

    • We gain more accessibility
    • Into and its platform are becoming obsolete
    • It is difficult to create interfaces between different systems and Into

    What do we gain?

    • A more modern and visual design
    • All Aalto information on the same website
    • Opportunity to improve contents during the transfer
    • Increased communication between different systems

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