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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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Study languages and communication during autumm – register for KiViTa courses now!

KiViTa is a joint project between four universities in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area to offer a selection of language and communication courses to students in the area.

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Enrolment for the 2024 – 2025 academic year

The enrolment period for the 2024–2025 academic year began on 2 May 2024.

Opiskelijoita työskentelemässä. Kuva: Mikko Raskinen
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Student Guide navigation FAQ

Where to find what you're looking for in the Student Guide

Student Guide


Aalto University, Squad students, May-2023. Credits: Aleksi Poutanen
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Call for Theses: Master’s Award in Development Studies 2024

The call for the Master's Award in Development Studies 2024 is now open until 15 August 2024.
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Languages, culture and communication courses in August

The Language Centre offers a wide range of courses in period IV.
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Supporting your study ability and wellbeing, Summer 2024

Dear student! To support the study ability and wellbeing of our students, Aalto offers online material and guidance during the summer. FSHS serves students throughout the summer.
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Aalto’s New Cross-Cutting Minor: Sustainable Use of Natural Resources (Luonnonvarojen kestävä käyttö)

Aalto’s new multidisciplinary minor, Sustainable Use of Natural Resources (Luonnonvarojen kestävä käyttö) is ready to add to your study plan!
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Campus, Students

Aalto walk & run sports event on Saturday 21.9.2024

Join the whole Aalto community's free of charge sports event! 10 or 5K walking or running – you choose. This year a new Aalto walk 5K.
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Campus, Other, Students

Aalto Wellbeing Week 2024

Check all the events during Wellbeing Week
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Exhibitions, Fairs, Students

Talent Expo 2024

Aalto University's largest recruitment event Talent Expo will be organized in Dipoli (Otaniemi) on November 14th, 2024! Virtual fair activities will also be available during the fair week.

How to use the Student Guide?

The content in the Student Guide is split in roughly in two sections:

  • common information that applies to all students which you can find in the top navigation on all pages, for example, exchange studies, applications, campus information
  • programme pages where you can find further information on every programme for example, programme studies, how to plan your studies, graduation and contact people of the programme

Site index for the Student Guide – page lists all Student Guide contents except for news and events.

You can find more tips on the Student Guide FAQ page.

    Student guide main page

    At the top of each page of the Student guide is the main navigation panel where you can find five headers, some with max. five subheaders. Pictured is the front page of the Student guide with the header "Programmes, Minors and Courses" open. You will recognize headers with a subnavigation by the arrow icon after the header title.

    Student Guide, programmes

    You can find all current programmes of Aalto University on the Student Guide. You can filter the programmes by the degree level, school and curriculum period or search for the programme directly.

    Student guide, programme page

    You can find all current programme pages on the Student guide. The programme pages have their own navigation with five headers, some with max. five subheaders. Pictured is the programme main page with the header "During your studies" opened to reveal five subheaders where you can find more information on each topic. 

    Student guide page example

    The pages on the Student guide often list links to specific sites without further explanations on each topic. This is to allow the user to navigate the site as smoothly as possible and to see a page's contents at a glimpse.

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    Contact information for Learning Services

    Contact information for Learning Services

    Support for Studying

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