Register for Open University spring courses!

Explore our course offerings and kick off the new year with exciting studies.
Students at Otaniemi campus in the winter and snow, photo by Unto Rautio

There is still plenty of time to sign up for Open University Spring 2022 courses! New courses open for registration throughout the winter. All our course offerings for the coming spring have already been published in our course catalogue.

At the Open University you have the opportunity to choose from a wide selection of interesting studies in all the Aalto University fields. You can pick studies in arts and design, technology, or economics and business administration. We also offer language and communication studies.

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School of Chemical Engineering opens 24 summer jobs in research groups for 2023

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Aalto University Summer School application period for summer 2023 opens

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Master's students' exhibition at the Finnish Museum of Photography

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