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Open University courses for summer 2021 have now been published

See the course selection and find intresting courses in business, technology, art and languages.
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See the course selection and find interesting courses in business, technology, art and languages. Registration for summer courses beginning in May and June starts 13.4.2021 at 12. Registration for courses beginning in August starts 2.6.2021 at 12.

You can find the course selection for Summer 2021 here.

Some summer courses have non-fee study places for degree students at Aalto University. Registration is in WebOodi for the non-fee places. More information about registration and non-fee study places will be published by the end of March in Into.

NB! Course additions and changes are possible. Possible course changes will be updated in MyCourses. New additions to course selection will be published here.

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