Success of Students study well-being project

Our students’ study well-being and study abilities are important at Aalto University as a part of Aalto strategy 2016-2020. The goal is to enhance the success of students by advancing study support, teaching and learning services.
Success of Students study well-being initiative (2016-2020). Image: Arttu Haglund

Action plan for 2018-2020 / Success of Students project

Based on the results of annual AllWell? questionnaire, our main focus areas for 2018-2020 are as follows:

  1. Targeted study well-being services and communication in Aalto
  2. Pedagogical education and development

Contact persons in study well-being initiative

Sara Rönkkönen

Sara Rönkkönen

Learning Services
Project Designer, Success of Students: communications, planning and pedagogical development
Merita Petäjä

Merita Petäjä

Learning Services
Psychologist, Project Manager
Viivi Virtanen

Viivi Virtanen

Learning Services
Educational specilist in higher education, AllWell?-project
Saara Maalismaa

Saara Maalismaa

Learning Services
Student Services
Mikko Inkinen

Mikko Inkinen

Learning Services
Study psychologist

Academic leader of the initiative

Keijo Nikoskinen

Keijo Nikoskinen

Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering
Professor

AllWell? study well-being questionnaire in February 2019

The study well-being questionnaire AllWell? is open for second year bachelor’s and first year master’s students from 6 to 20 February 2019. The students will be sent a link to the questionnaire by email. You can answer in English, Finnish or Swedish.

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AllWell

Student support, guidance and study well-being

Study well-being is important in Aalto University and it is one of our strategic initiatives. We want to ensure our students’ success, capabilities and wellbeing in a multicultural and diverse community. Study well-being questionnaire results indicate that students who feel well also study well. We have many ways to support this wellbeing by providing first-class study support and doing continuous development of teaching.

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Opiskelijoiden tukeminen, ohjaus ja hyvinvointi

Individual study arrangements

Each Aalto student has a right to individual study arrangements due to an impairment restricting his/her ability to study or other health condition.

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Aallon uudet opiskelijat luennolla

Starting Point of Wellbeing

The Starting Point of Wellbeing offers students advice and guidance on services related to wellbeing.

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Starting Point of Wellbeing

Personal Impact

Personal Impact brings to light already existing courses in Aalto University on values and meaningfulness, self-leadership, societal impact, human potential and well-being.

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Personal Impact and developmental tasks

Supporting student well-being: AllWell? counter feedback

After replying to the AllWell? questionnaire, the students get personal feedback on their strengths as well as tips for personal development in study skills and study well-being.

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AllWell and supporting student wellbeign

Study well-being questionnaire AllWell? and the development of teaching in Aalto University

With the help of the annual study well-being questionnaire AllWell?, we gain research-based knowledge for planning actions for pedagogical development. The summaries of the results, regarding each programme/department, are delivered to the Programme heads and Deans.

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AllWell-tuloskuva esimerkki

Aalto University's joint strategic initiatives in the field of education for 2016-2020 are Aalto Online Learning, Learning Challenge Aalto, Programme Attractiveness and Success of Students.

We educate game changers by

  • pioneering online and blended learning experiences with improved learning results
  • strengthening work life capabilities and integrating real life challenges into teaching and learning by deeper industry-academia relationships
  • improving content and quality of our degree programmes, and processes and tools related to student recruitment, marketing and admissions
  • enhancing student wellbeing by advancing study support, teaching and learning services
Strategy 2016–2020: Shaping the future
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