This information is directed to incoming exchange students at Otaniemi campus. Incoming exchange students at Mikkeli Campus can find information here.

Aalto University School of Business offers several Master's degree programs in English and dozens of courses in English on bachelor level. More than 160 English-lectured courses are available in the business school and dozens of multidiciplinary courses in other Aalto schools in the fields of art, design and technology.

Most of the courses lectured in English at the School of Business are available for you. There are however some courses that might have restrictions or quotas. The requirements are usually mentioned in the course descriptions in Weboodi.  Certain courses can sometimes be available for certain majors only or master level students only etc. In general, bachelor students are allowed to take master level courses provided that they fulfil the possible prerequisites and there are places available. NB! CEMS students are advised to check the up-to-date list of CEMS accredited courses prior to semester start.

List of courses taught in English 2018-2019

The course descriptions 2018-2019 by subject can be found below:

Accounting

Business Law

Corporate Communication

Economics

Entrepreneurship

Finance

Information Systems Science & Business Technology

International Business & Philosophy

Logistics

Management Science

Marketing

Organization and Management

From teaching period IV onwards (February 25th >) in spring semester 2019 all the undergraduate level business courses (course code has the letter A or C) and graduate level business courses (course code has the letter E) are organized in Otaniemi Campus. If you are interested in UWAS courses (University Wide Arts Studies), those are all organized in Otaniemi Campus in the academic year 2018-2019 as well as all the courses offered by the Schools of Technology. You can see the campus of each course from the course descriptions above and 1st of August onwards from Weboodi.

A full workload at Aalto University is 30 ECTS per semester. One ECTS credit stands for approx. 27 working hours. These hours include all the work required for completing the course (lectures, cases, possible projects, exam etc.).Courses at the School of Business are usually worth of 6 ECTS credits, so 5 courses equals full workload. There is no maximum limit on the number of courses you can take.