The five most read news items of the academic year 2022–2023 on the School of Business website

The School of Business publishes one or more news pieces on its website every week. We tell about our versatile activities and, as you can see from the most read articles, the range of our topics is wide
Three students, School of Business. Photo: Roope Kiviranta
For one reason or another, readers end up with some news even a long time after the news is published. Also, some of the news pieces on this page have been published before this academic year. Photo: Aalto University/Roope Kiviranta

High taxes, higher rewards: How Finland ensures a high quality of life

Finland has some of the highest tax rates in the world — what do citizens get in return?

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Students studying with books

Five things decision-makers should know about ownership in Finland

How does ownership in Finland hold up against that of Sweden, Denmark and Norway? The world’s first professor of ownership – Samuli Knüpfer – lists the challenges and tells why a solution is urgently needed

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Kuvituskuva pörssikursseista

From polytechnic bachelor’s studies to the School of Business

Happy studying in the Aalto master’s programme, Iida Lindfors encourages others with a degree from a university of applied sciences to continue their studies at university

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Kuvassa näkyy Kauppakorkeakoulun maisteriopiskelija Iida Lindfors.

Five Aalto students belong to the Finnish Championship winning synchronised skating team Team Unique

The skaters studying at different Aalto schools are Aalto’s Urhea athletes

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Muodostelmaluistelujoukkue Team Unique'n aaltolaiset luistelijat

Ninni Norra nabs a School of Business student place via the special achievements category

The special achievement (erityiset saavutukset) referred to in this applicant category may be any achievement in entrepreneurship, leadership, volunteerism, sports, music, art, or science and technology that is particularly significant compared to the average in the same age group

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Ninni Norra puhuu nikrofoniin. Etualan pöydällä näkyvät pienet Suomen ja EU:n liput.
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Dr. Swarnalok De and logos of the Finnish Cultural Foundation, Aalto University and MMD group
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Dr. Swarnalok De receives a one-year grant from the Finnish Cultural Foundation

Awarded for research on the development of wearable healthcare sensors for autonomous health monitoring of the aging population
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Mind & Study - toolbox for being well in studies (3cr) coming up in English and in Finnish

Popular course "Mind & Study - toolbox for being well in studies" will be organized in Finnish and English in the 4th period!
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Open university courses for summer 2024 have been published!

Most of the open university courses for summer have been added to our course selection.
The magnetic properties of a material can affect how it interacts with light.
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A new optical metamaterial makes true one-way glass possible

Researchers have discovered how to make a new optical metamaterial that would underpin a variety of new technologies.