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Registration for Open University’s summer studies begins 15 April

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Check out our summer study programme and sign up for courses!  The Open University offers summer studies in all three fields: business, art and technology. You can also study languages at the Open University in the summer. Teaching is organised mainly from the beginning of May to the beginning of September. There are no courses in July. Click here to access the Open University summer study programme (Select "Summer" in the course menu):
https://www.aalto.fi/en/open-university-course-list#/

Available courses will be published online by 1 March 2020 at the Open University course list page. Registration starts on 15 April. After 1 March, new courses may still appear on the course list.

Are you a degree student of Aalto University?

Some summer courses are free of charge for degree students of Aalto University. See Into for more information https://into.aalto.fi/display/enopinnot/Summer+studies
Degree students may register for courses through WebOodi.

 

Sign up and spend your summer studying something exciting!

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