Study languages and communication – register for KiViTa courses now!

Are you interested in foreign languages? Do you want to sharpen your Finnish skills? Do you need support in practicing presentation skills? Our online course offering ranges from Finnish and foreign language courses to academic writing and communication skills.
Apply on 2 April, at the latest.

What is KiViTa?

KiViTa is a selection of language and communication courses offered through a collaboration between several higher education institutions in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. In addition to Aalto, KiViTa courses are offered by the University of Helsinki, Hanken School of Economics and the University of the Arts Helsinki. To make participation as effortless as possible, most KiViTa courses are offered online.

You can read more about KiViTa and its course offering here.

How do I register for a course?

When you have found an interesting course that suits your schedule, apply for the course in the Studyinfo service. You can check the detailed application instructions on the KiViTa website.

Participants will be selected in the order of registration. The registration deadline is 2 April.

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