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Joint travel service team of Aalto University schools starts at beginning of 2018

A joint travel service team for Aalto University schools will start operations from the beginning of 2018.

Should you require any advice or help with, please contact the team either by e-mail

[email protected]           

or

by calling the service number +358 29 44 29 291 

 

In January travel secretaries will be available at most service points, and personal service will be available from 9.30 - 14.00. The locations of the service points are listed below.

The joint travel service team will provide professional and customer-oriented services. From the beginning of 2018 if travel bookings are made via HRG travel plans are only required in following cases:

  • travelling to war risk area
  • the travel is connected to an international assignment
  • group travel

Travellers are still required to obtain a prior approval from their superiors as well as information on what project and from what cost centre the travel is to be paid. The financial services of the unit will help with project information, if needed.

 

Please also note that you don’t need to scan your receipts separately if you use M2 mobile scanner. Further information on M2 Mobile can be found here:

 https://inside.aalto.fi/display/talouspalvelut/M2+Mobiili

 

In January 2018 travel secretaries will be serving you at the following addresses:

Maarintie 8, room 3580

Dipoli, Otakaari 24, Kivikerros, room 0.045

Otakaari 7, 3 floor, room, 382

Arabia, 4. floor from the main lobby, Department of Art, room 5093

Vuorimiehentie 1, room 216

Töölö, Main building, roomA148

 

Further information: Tiina Vuosku, [email protected]

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