Incoming Exchange Students

Welcome to the Aalto University School of Business!


Studying as an exchange student at the Aalto University School of Business is a challenging and exciting opportunity to enrich one's academic knowledge and professional skills. The School of Business welcomes close to 300 exchange students for a semester or an academic year each year.

Established in 1911, the Aalto University School of Business (previously HSE) is the largest and leading business university in Finland, offering the most comprehensive range of degrees in economics and business administration. The School of Business (HSE) was the first university in Nordic countries to receive the "triple crown" accreditation by all three organizations – AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS – that certify business schools. The School of Business is also a proud member of Community of European Management Schools (CEMS) and Program for International Management (PIM) and participates in the European Erasmus Programme.

Aalto University School of Business  
                                                

Exchange Students                        

Additional Information 

Fact Sheet: 2014-2015, 2013-2014

Course List 2013-14

Partner list

Exchange Student Handbook

Campus map

Aalto University campus tour

Aalto University School of Business Poster

Aalto University School of Business Presentation

Hotels in Helsinki

The School of Business offers several degree programmes in English with a broad selection of courses. By implementing highly qualified scientific research and intensive company connections, a combination of extensive theoretical studies and real business life experiences is provided. The School of Business also organizes a broad variety of academic, cultural and other social activities which will help exchange students meet more new friends and make professional contacts.

The international network consists of over 120 partner universities in the world. The School of Business welcomes and accepts exchange students from its partner universities only. 

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