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The results of admissions to Aalto University’s master’s programmes have been published

A total of 2837 people applied for master's degree studies during the application period that ended on the 24 January 2018.

Of these, 1116 new students were selected. The number of applicants increased by approximately 2 % from the previous year. The admission results have been published on 6 April 2018. The news about the publication of results is available on the university website as well as in Inside and in the university’s social media channels.

This year applicants for Master’s programmes could choose from 76 different study options in the fields of art and design, business, and technology. The majority of the programmes is offered in English.

Applicants have been notified about the publication of the results by e-mail and they can see their admission decision by logging in to the application system. The names of those accepted students who have given the permission to publish their admission decision on the web site can be found at Admission statistics. Selected students will also receive a formal letter of acceptance sent by the school in question.

New master students must accept the offer of admission by 31 May 2018. More information for accepted students can be found from Into.

According to the one study place per term provision (Universities Act 558/2009) students may accept only one study place leading to a higher education degree in Finland during one academic term. Higher education degrees include bachelor’s, master’s, licentiate and doctoral degrees awarded by universities as well as polytechnic degrees. Even if the student postpones the commencement of studies, or interrupts his/her studies, the student cannot accept another study place for a degree programme starting in the same academic term.

 

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