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Study Finnish at Aalto Open University

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Start your Finnish language studies in spring 2020 at Aalto Open University. The registration for the Finnish courses starts on 28.11.2019 at 12.00.

The Open University offer 8 different courses starting from the beginner's level. All courses are 2 credit courses which means about 54 hours student work . Courses are intensive and completing the course successfully requires the student's active participation both in class and at home. The classes are held in the evenings after 16.30 and usually the class meets twice a week. The price for the course is 30 euros.

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