Our strategy

Education: Future-led learning

We take greater societal responsibility in degree education and continuous learning with elevated student experience.
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  1. Our long-term purpose: We spark the game changers of tomorrow.  
  2. Our current focus of development: Future-led learning. We take greater societal responsibility in degree education and continuous learning, in and across our key areas. We elevate student experience and quality of learning.
  3. The planned actions: Renewing educational offering, developing our digital and engaged learning environment, integrating sustainability and multidisciplinary studies into programmes, advancing learning-centricity and focusing on holistic wellbeing.

News

Antony Joseph
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Summer School Teacher Interview: "Human-centered UX design places people at the forefront of technological advancements."

Learn how to design human-centered solutions in the Human-Centered UX Design course by Aalto University Summer School.
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Activities from Maarintalo to move to the Undergraduate Centre

Maarintalo will be closed at the end of May.
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Milja Mieskolainen: The Schuman internship at the European Parliament exceeded my expectations

Milja Mieskolainen, a Master's student in Accounting at the Aalto University School of Business, had already considered applying for an internship in the European Union, but thought it would be too challenging to get an internship. In spring 2023, however, she noticed an advertisement for internships and decided to give it a try, as there was an interesting vacancy in the Economic governance and EMU Scrutiny Unit. Applying did not prove difficult either. Milja applied, got the job and started her internship at the European Parliament in October.
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Announcement of data collection in Väre building: Indoor occupancy detection using machine learning methods and CO2 sensors

In some of Otaniementie 14 rooms, data on the number of occupants will be collected for research purposes from 15.4.2024 to 27.9.2024.
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