Yearly follow-up of doctoral students open until 10.1.2024

All doctoral students at Aalto University are asked to answer the yearly follow-up survey regarding the progress of their studies and research.

The deadline for answers has been continued until 18.1.2024.
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The purpose of the survey is to follow progress of doctoral students, offer them support and collect statistical information on general level to develop the support for doctoral students. Throughout the survey students will be offered more information to guide them in those topics that are relevant for them. Students can also request to be contacted personally after the survey. Doctoral education services aims to contact those who so wish within one month of closing the survey.

Doctoral education services has sent a personalized survey link all doctoral students at Aalto University. If you haven’t received the link or you have any questions, please contact Doctoral education services at [email protected].

The survey structure and questions have been developed based on feedback from last year. You can also read the results of the follow-up survey 2022.

Link to survey's privacy notice

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