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New student – are you still looking for an accommodation for autumn term?

Aerial picture of Otaniemi during the summer

Aalto University has reserved a quota of furnished rooms and apartments for international degree and exchange students in co-operation with HOAS (The Foundation for Student Housing in Helsinki Region). There are still some apartments available for autumn term 2020 well connected to Aalto University Otaniemi campus. These furnished apartments are well-equipped and have many additional free services like internet connection, cable TV, laundry rooms etc.

If you are interested in these apartments, please see more: https://www.hoas.fi/exchange/

HOAS service center: [email protected]
Tel. +358 9 5499 0381

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