Criteria for Master’s programs for students with the automatic study right for MSc degree
The table below describes the criteria for the Mikkeli BScBA graduates to continue studies at the Aalto BIZ Helsinki Campus after graduating from the Mikkeli Campus (approved by KAAK on 27 March 2015). The criteria is valid for students accepted (in year 2015 or after that) to complete the B.Sc. Degree in Mikkeli and M.Sc. Degree in Helsinki after graduating from the Mikkeli BScBA program.
The studies described with each Master's Program need to be completed by the graduation from the Mikkeli BScBA Program and they need to included to the B.Sc. degree studies. The students will inform the Mikkeli study office on their choice of the M.Sc. program when applying for the Bachelor’s diploma.
The student is allowed to follow the criteria on force at the time when the student´s study right begins in the School of Business.
More information on the criteria and courses required for the Master’s programs can be asked from Mari Syväoja in the Mikkeli study office, so until you graduate from the Mikkeli BScBA program, please communicate with the Mikkeli study office.
The guide to Master's studies for BScBA students above includes all practical information on continuing to the M.Sc. programs and introduces them in more detail.
Aalto BIZ Master's program
Principles of Accounting
+ Managerial Accounting for Global Business
+ Financial Accounting for Global Business
+ one more advanced course of managerial or financial accounting (equivalent to the studies required for Minor Studies in Accounting)
with the GPA of at least 3,0.
Minor Studies in Accounting:
Principles of Accounting +
Managerial Accounting for Global Business
+ Financial Accounting for Global Business/Introduction to Financial Accounting (Kirjanpito)
+ Advanced Financial Accounting (Tuloslaskenta) OR Managerial Accounting II (Johdon laskentatoimi II)
The following four courses: Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Econometrics and Mathematical Methods in Economics (or equivalent studies)
|Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management||GPA of the BSc degree at least 3,0|
Principles of Finance, Corporate Finance and Investments and Portfolio Management courses completed with the GPA of at least 4.67, and the GPA of the BSc degree at least 4.67
|Information and Service Management||Can continue directly||Recommended courses in BSc degree: Management Information Systems in International Business, Project Management for Global Development|
|Management and International Business||Can continue directly|
|Marketing||At least 18 cr from courses in marketing with the GPA of at least 3.5||GPA is counted from all marketing courses completed in Finland for the degree. In case the student does not then have 18 cr, the courses completed during the study abroad will be counted for the credit requirement but not affect the GPA.|
|Yritysjuridiikka (Business Law)||Introduction to Business Law + three courses from different fields of law (equivalent to the studies required for Minor Studies in Business Law)||The program is offered only in Finnish. The required studies need to relate to Finnish Business Law.|
|Master's Program with separate admission process for all BSc graduates||Admission process||Additional information|
|Creative Sustainability||Application processed via separate Master's degree admission process.|
|Global Management, CEMS||Application processed via separate Master's degree admission process.|
Including CEMS Master's in International Management
NOTE. Third year Bachelor’s students may apply to both the 1-year CEMS MIM and this 2-year Global Management/CEMS MSc. programme. Of the two, the 1-year CEMS MIM selection and admission takes place earlier. If a student is offered and accepts a slot in the 1-year CEMS MIM, she/he is no longer eligible in the Global Management admissions process. In order to apply to the 1-year CEMS MIM, a Bachelor’s student must have a guaranteed study right for Master’s level studies.
|International Design Business Management||Application processed via separate Master's degree admission process.|
Separate admission process for Master’s programs
The BScBA graduates who
- do not have the automatic study right for the Helsinki campus Master’s programs or
- who have the automatic study right, but want to apply for one of the three Master’s programs above for which a separate admission process is required for all BSc graduates,
can find information on the admission criteria for Master’s programs from here.
Information for the new Master’s degree students transferring from Mikkeli
When the student has ordered the BScBA diploma and the Mikkeli study office has confirmed that all requirements for the diploma are fulfilled, the student can start completing Master’s level courses.
Below you can find important information on how to begin of your Master’s studies at the Aalto University School of Business Helsinki campus. Please note that the practices between the two campuses will differ from each other. Therefore, read carefully the following information, especially the sections related to planning your studies and course registration practices.
1. Study Guide and Degree Structure
Take a look at the Study Guide available on Into and get to know the structure of the Master’s degree (into.aalto.fi >> select the programme >> Curriculum 2018-2020) . In the Study Guide you can find the Master’s degree structure, the course contents of each programme and the periods when each course is lectured. By clicking the course code in the study guide, the course description is opened on WebOodi, where you will also find the current and future teaching of that course. Here you can find instructions on how to use WebOodi.
2. Personal Study Plan (PSP/HOPS)
Plan your studies by creating your Personal Study Plan (PSP) on WebOodi. All the Master’s students at the Aalto University School of Business have to draft an electronic Personal Study Plan in the beginning of their studies. The study plan is drafted for completing the Master’s degree, i.e you choose the courses you plan to complete in your major, minor and elective studies, and plan the timing of the studies. When your plan is ready, you should send it to your study coordinator for approval. Study coordinator will either approve the plan or send it back to you with comments. Study guide and WebOodi are useful tools to support your study planning. Notice that you can always make changes in your PSP, i.e you can for example change the minor module or single courses in your degree. In case you change something in your PSP, remember to send it again to your study coordinator for approval. The first version you create does not have to be the final version for your Master’s degree, but you must get approval for all changes.
For more information on PSP and for tips on how to create one, please visit Into (into.aalto.fi >> select your programme >> Plannning your studies). You can also contact the planning officer of your Master’s programme (contact details below) in case of questions regarding PSP and timing of courses.
3. Registration for courses and exams
You need to register for courses and exams via WebOodi. The registration time for the courses is usually 28-7 days before the period begins. Registration for courses with an unlimited number of participants may also end later. Always check the registration schedule for each course on WebOodi. For more information on course registration, please visit Into (into.aalto.fi >> select your programme >> Plannning your studies >> Courses).
Registration for the exams via WebOodi is also mandatory. The dates and times for examinations are published on WebOodi. Registration for the exams begins at least 60 days and ends at the latest 7 days before the examination date. Registration after the deadline is not possible. Make sure you register for the exams on time and always check that your registration was successful. For more information on the exam practices, please visit Into (into.aalto.fi >> select your programme >> Plannning your studies >> Exams).
4. Details and contact information of each Master’s Programme
Below you can find more information on each Master’s Programme and the contact information of each planning officers. Planning officers help you with the planning of your studies and timetables, creating PSP and other study related matters.
Department of Accounting
Department of Economics
Department of Management Studies
Department web page on Into
Department external web page
Planning officer’s contact information:
Essi Nuotio, firstname.lastname@example.org
Greetings from the MIB Programme
MIB programme provides
- An outstanding opportunity to hear from and interact with leading specialists from a variety of industries
- A distinctively hands-on approach to learning and understanding the nature and challenges of global businesses
- World-class academic qualification combined with invaluable intercultural and practical experience
- Possibility to create your own personal network by means of case studies, projects and internships resulting in the creation of ample and diverse career prospect.
The MIB programme offers a flexible curriculum that is easy to build your courses upon, as well as encourages students to do a double degree with a partner university abroad. The program enables a strong student community, through classes and substantial student activities across various student organizations.
In MIB, you can specialise in four different fields: (I)HRM practices in diverse organisations, strategy work in and across organisations, the challenges of international business in a globalized world, or creating, managing and renewing sustainable businesses.
You can continue directly to the MIB programme, without any preliminary criteria!
Department web page in Into
Programme’s admission page
Planning officer’s contact information:
Berit Söderholm, email@example.com
Creative Sustainability offers students a multidisciplinary learning platform in the fields of business, design, architecture, landscape planning, real estate and urban planning. As a CS Business student, you have the possibility
- to create business innovations and consumption practices supporting sustainable development
- to participate in several project courses offering problem-based-learning
- to obtain the acquirements needed in working with organisations that have a strategic view on transformation towards sustainability.
Please note! Students wishing to start studying in the programme of Creative Sustainability will have to go through the normal Master’s level application procedure to be accepted.
Department of Finance
Department web page on Into
Department external web page
Planning officer’s contact information:
Sanna Pesonen, firstname.lastname@example.org , +358 40 353 8111.
Töölö campus, Chydenia building, room H2.30.
Master’s programme director: Peter Nyberg, email@example.com
Student club KY Finance: http://kyfinance.fi/
We strongly recommend you to join the KY Finance, which is a club for students majoring in Finance. Through KY Finance you will get to know your peer students in Finance and have the opportunity to create valuable networks.
Students should start their thesis work during their second fall term on the Master’s program, for the latest. Students are automatically enrolled into thesis groups headed by one of the thesis supervisors in accordance to this timing target. This is important to keep in mind, when planning your M.Sc. studies in Finance.
Department of Information and Service Economy
Department of Marketing
5. Student Services
Planning officers offer the students study guidance and counselling. You can find the planning officers’ contact details above in the programme specific information and on Into (into.aalto.fi >> select your programme >> Contact). You can book a meeting with your planning officer via email.
HelpDesk Services provide advice on practical questions concerning your studies, such as registering for the academic year, transcripts of records and certificates of attendance.
For more information on the services offered for the students at the Helsinki campus, please visit Into (into.aalto.fi >> select the programme >> Contact).
6. Orientation week in fall 2018
Every fall before the academic year begins the School of Business organizes an orientation week for the new Master’s students. In fall 2018 the orientation week will take place during 3-7 September 2018. You are welcome to join in! During the orientation week you will be given important information on studying in Aalto and you also get to know your fellow students and the key staff members of your programme. More information on the orientation week, please visit Into (into.aalto.fi>> select the programme >> Curriculum 2018-2020). Please contact your programme's planning officer well in advance to register for the orientation week.
7. Keep updated – Subscribe to the Studynews letter
Join the studynews-biz mailing list in order to receive information on current issues concerning your studies. Studynews-biz mailing list is meant to reach all Bachelor and Master level degree students at Aalto University School of Business Helsinki Campus. The mailing list is used to inform students on different study-related issues, e.g. new courses or minors, and reminders of different important deadlines.
Join the mailing list at https://list.aalto.fi/mailman/listinfo/studynews-biz. You can unsubscribe at any time.