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Open University: free-of-charge studies for Ukraine citizens

The Open University is offering free-of-charge studies for Ukraine citizens. The studies may be taken until 31 July 2023.
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The Open University offers individual courses in Business, Technology, Languages and Arts. Some courses require prior knowledge of the topic; any prerequisites are mentioned in the course description. Students are admitted to individual courses in the order of registration. Students are granted a course-specific study right and the right is only valid for a fixed period. All Open University courses are free-of-charge for Ukraine citizens. The studies may be taken until 31 July 2023. To register, follow the instructions below:

  • Contact the Open University office ([email protected]) during the registration period. Indicate in your email which course(s) you wish to take.
  • If there is still room in the course, the Open University will send you instructions about how to send a copy of your passport by encrypted email. When sending your passport copy, also indicate your telephone number and your email address.
  • When you are registered, you will receive a confirmation of it in your email.

The studies offered by the Open University can be found here: https://www.aalto.fi/en/open-university-course-list#/?registrationStatus=open,coming&courseLanguage=en

The Aalto University page on the war in Ukraine: https://www.aalto.fi/en/aalto-university/ukraine-war

Aalto University offers study rights without fees to Ukraine’s university students - applications now open

On this page you will find instructions on how to apply for a continuous non-degree study right without fees from Aalto, as a university student from Ukraine with studies that have been interrupted by the war.

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