For prospective students
Welcome to study at the School of Science!
The School of Science offers Bachelor, Master and doctoral level degree studies as well as exchange and non-degree studies in Computer Science, Industrial Engineering and Management, Engineering Physics, Mathematics and Operations Research and Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience. In addition, there are special thematic entities offered such as Aalto Ventures Programme (AVP), Multi-Disciplinary Energy Studies and Aalto Nuclear Safety Minor.
Forward-looking, multidisciplinary studies are at the core of Aalto University where science and art meet technology and business. The founding principle is that education should create new opportunities, not trail ready-made paths. In addition to more traditional options, at Aalto University you can tailor a more unique study experience to meet your own interests and career goals.
Students who have completed their secondary school education can apply for the Bachelor's degree programmes. Students admitted to the programme are given the right to complete a Master's degree as well.
Starting in autumn 2018, there will be one Bachelor level major offered in English:
The other Bachelor level studies in Information Networks, Computer Science and Engineering, Enginering Physics and Mathematics and Industrial Engineering and Management are offered in Finnish/Swedish only. More information about the Bachelor level studies is available at the Bachelor programme website (in Finnish/Swedish).
The two-year, full-time programmes leading to a Master of Science (Technology) degree are applied for as a part of the Master level admissions of Aalto University. Student selection is competitive and based on the applicant's previous study attainments.
The Master's programmes and major subjects than can be applied to can be found from the Degree programmes page.
The next application period is 15 December 2017 - 24 January 2018. Read instructions for applying first!
Doctoral Programme in Science trains doctors of physics, mathematics, biomedical engineering, computer science and industrial engineering and management to serve in the academic world, public sector and industry and commerce. Read more >>