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Students happy to recommend the School of Business to their family and friends

Universum found out what students thought about the schools. The School of Business improved by all indicators.
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Once again, Universum Talent Research has looked into students’ opinions and views on work, pay, ideal employers and careers. Students were also asked what they thought about their school.

In the survey, students mostly described the School of Business as distinguished and the best. The words international, innovative and leading were also used a lot.

The level of general satisfaction in the School of Business among students improved for the fourth year running. The satisfaction level is now 8.4 (on the scale of 1 to 10), whereas it was 8 in 2015. Similarly, improvement was seen when students were asked whether they would recommend the School of Business to their family and friends. The likelihood of recommending it is 8.9, whereas the figure was 8.7 in 2015.

Students satisfied with career services

Students are also even happier with the career services provided by the School of Business. The level of satisfaction, 8.2, was the best in Europe. The average level of satisfaction of all Finnish universities studied was 6.9.

A total of 492 students of the Aalto University School of Business took the survey.

UNIVERSUM focuses on the study and development of employer image. Universum surveys are taken annually by 400,000 students and young experts in 31 countries.

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