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Summer School application period opens 1.2.2021

Aalto University Summer School welcomes applications to summer courses from local and international students and working professionals.
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Aalto University Summer School offers four graduate-level courses over the summer of 2021. The Summer School has a specific focus on providing opportunities for life-wide learning and internationalisation. Applications from students and working professionals alike are warmly welcome. 

The course topics include entrepreneurship, digital business, sustainable biomaterials and carbon-neutral construction and wellbeing architecture. All courses are worth 6 ECTS and have a two-week intensive period, as well as pre-or post-assignments. More information about each course and the link to the application form can be found on the course websites.

Students hoping to complete their minor studies during the summer will benefit from the Information Technology Program, which offers an intensive learning experience of 24 credits and a business project over three months. 

In addition to Aalto University Summer School courses, Aalto collaborates with Xamk University of Applied Sciences to offer Aalto students free places on Xamk's undergraduate-level summer courses. The application period for the courses organised on Xamk’s Mikkeli campus opens in March. The courses will be added to the Summer School course list during February. 

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