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Welcome to change the world, first year student of Chemical Engineering!

Chemical engineering provides answers to global environmental problems.
Dekaani Kristiina Kruus.
Kemian teknikan korkeakoulun dekaani Kristiina Kruus.

My warm congratulations on your study place, first year student. You have made an excellent choice and you have accepted a challenge. At the School of Chemical Technology, we change the world through natural sciences and technology. As a student, grab this opportunity and participate in this development.

The School of Chemical Engineering provides answers and solutions to almost any global environmental problem of our time – from climate change to the sufficiency of natural resources and raw materials, from solving the world’s plastic problem to reducing the environmental load of the textile industry. It is not an exaggeration to say that – in this field – we are top of the class.

Internationally speaking, Aalto University offers a unique combination of natural sciences, technology, business and art. I hope you take advantage of this opportunity in your studies. 

If you need assistance or guidance, please don’t hesitate to contact us. The dean, professors and other staff members are here for you, and we will help you find your way. So, I encourage you to be curious and approach new challenges and people without hesitation.

You are about to step into a great adventure. The unique, wonderful campus of Aalto University and the School of Chemical Engineering, as well as our close-knit student community, will provide you with skills and experiences that will last a lifetime. I encourage you to make the most of your time here.

At Aalto, you will form deep friendships and find your own passions and goals. That is what makes studying at the university such an important phase in your life.

Welcome, congratulations and good luck in your studies! Are you ready? Making a better world starts today.

 

Kristiina Kruus
Dean
School of Chemical Engineering

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