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Open university payment rules have been updated

We have updated our payment cancellation policy.
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We have updated our payment cancellation policy. You can find the new payment rules that will be valid from 1.12.2020 here: https://www.aalto.fi/en/aalto-university-open-university/registration-payments-and-rules

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Open University courses are open to everyone regardless of background or age. Open University offers individual courses in Business, Technology, Languages, and Art and Design. Students are admitted to individual courses in the order of registration.

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