Open university courses for summer 2024 have been published!

Most of the open university courses for summer has been added to our course selection.
Kuva: Aalto-yliopisto / Mikko Raskinen

The course offering for the summer of 2024 at Open University has now been mostly published. Registration for early summer courses begins on March 25, while registration for late summer courses opens on May 22.

When registration opens, you will find the registration link as usual in the course description. Payment of the course fee and registration for the course will be done through the link.

During the summer season (May-August), a few free spots for some Open University courses are offered to Aalto degree students. The number of available spots can be seen in Sisu, and registration for these free spots is done in the same way as for other degree program courses.

If there are no free spots available for degree students, you can register as an Open University student by paying the course fee.

Please familiarize yourself with the course selection and read the detailed registration instructions."

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