Send Season’s Greetings from Aalto University

Both electronic and printed Season’s Greetings are available now.


You can buy printed cards online at Aalto University Shop. There are three different motifs:

Decoration: The brand new silver-and-red Season’s Greetings card can be turned out as a Christmas tree decoration. The design is by Student-in-Residence Joosung Kang and Graphic Designer Anna Muchenikova.
Otaniemi Stories: Anna Muchenikova has illustrated a winter evening scenery with some familiar places and buildings on the campus. In addition to this, there are four short Otaniemi Stories included. The texts are in English.
Stars: Colorful glimmering stars designed by student Ole Galkin. The greetings are in Finnish, Swedish and English.

The price of a card set is €4 including a card, an envelope and a stamp.
Aalto University staff and students get 15% discount by logging in with their Aalto user ID’s (please note the Haka login in the upper right corner of the Aalto University Shop). The cards will be delivered by internal mail or you may pick them up from Dipoli reception at Otaniemi campus.

You can send an electronic greeting free of charge to one or several e-mail recipients by filling in the form here You may write greeting texts yourself or choose the default greeting: Happy holidays / Hyvää joulua ja onnellista uutta vuotta! Please add your name too. You can preview the greeting by clicking the preview button before sending it out.

Your recipient gets an illustrated e-mail message with a link to a video or an online game. Please take into account that it can take up from 10 to 15 minutes for the greeting to be delivered.

Last recommended posting dates for Christmas:

Finland: Wednesday, 20 December
Nordic countries: Sunday, 17 December
Europe: Friday, 15 December

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