Finland: Aalto University
Aalto University was created when three prominent Finnish universities merged; Helsinki university of technology, Helsinki business school and the University of Art and Design. The campus was designed by the famous designer Alvar Aalto and is situated in Esbo outside Helsinki. Aalto is an international university where engineering, business, art and design meet.
University in brief
Language of instruction: Finnish and English Academic calendar: August - January, January - June Credit system: ECTS Website:
Number of spots: 20 semester spots per year Grade requirements: None Programme specific information
If your programme or school is not listed below, contact the international coordinator at your school.
School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE)
1 year spot or 2 semester spots
Master’s Programmes: Civil and Architectural Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure, Real Estate and Construction Management, Transport and Geoinformation Technology
This university offer courses that are relevant for your programme.
Master’s Programme, Sustainable Technology
This university offer relevant courses in environmental engineering. No student from you programme has been on exchange at this university before. Please investigate the courses offered carefully.
Master’s Programme, Sustainable Urban Planning and Design
This university offer relevant courses for your programme, but you should also be prepared to take elective courses.
School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (CBH)
Agreement: Shared between all schools at KTH
On the following links you can find more information about available courses:
School of Chemical Engineering
(Recommended for the programmes TKEMM, TMMMM, TMVTM and TIMBM.)
School of Science
(Recommended for the programme TMLEM.)
Master's Programmes School of Engineering Sciences
Please visit the partner university's webpage for the latest information and contact your International Coordinator for further guidance.