Töölö Campus in Helsinki
The Töölö campus in Helsinki is the main campus where most students are located. The Helsinki Campus is located in the central area of Helsinki. The three main buildings, where classes are held, are all within a walking distance. In facilities functionality is combined with history: the premises are renovated to meet the modern standards and represent "modern 20th century architecture" of the 1950s. The study office, international student services, IT HelpDesk, student cafeterias, self-study facilities, computer labs, language studios and sports facilities are located in the main campus.
Map and floor guide (pdf)
The Main Building, Runeberginkatu 14–16 (Center for Doctoral Programme)
Arkadia, Lapuankatu 2
Chydenia, Runeberginkatu 22–24
Arkadiankatu 28 (Small Business Center Helsinki, Open University)
Economicum, Arkadiankatu 7 (Department of Economics)
Energiakuja 3, Ruoholahti (Start-Up Center)
Mechelininkatu 3 D (Aalto University Library)
Mechelininkatu 3 C (Aalto University Executive Education)
The BScBA degree programme in Mikkeli is supported by an array of academic facilities and services. These include a modern physical plant, computing equipment and facilities, a full complement of software, and library resources and services. Additional services (e.g. career services) are available on the main campus of the Aalto University School of Business in Helsinki. The Mikkeli facilities are for the sole use of the school faculty, staff, and students.
The Mikkeli Campus is part of The Mikkeli University Consortium, which is a networked academic community, founded on the provision of scientific research and university-level teaching and interaction with surrounding society. Its strength is derived from the considerable scientific expertise of the four Finnish universities that established the Consortium and enable it to fulfil regional needs. The Mikkeli University Consortium strives to integrate its know-how of nature and the environment with technological and entrepreneurial expertise.
Lönnrotinkatu 5 (BScBA Programme; Open University)
Lönnrotinkatu 7 (Small Business Center Mikkeli)
Finland and Helsinki
Finland is the sixth largest country in Europe, but with 5.4 million people by the population density is low, only 15.8 people per square km. There are still large areas of untouched nature and hundreds of thousands of lakes. But Finalnd is much more than nature wonderland; it is ahigh-tech country and relative to its size one of the leading economies in the world.
Helsinki is the northernmost capitla of the EU and together with its surrounding cities Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen, a home to about one million people. In the capital region modern architecture and commercial districts are in harmony with parks and nature.
In Finland there are four distinct seasons: a cold, dark winter; a short spring; a warm or mild summer and an autumn famous for its spectacular colors. Since Finland is a long and large country, the climate is different in the northern and southern parts of the country.
Read more about Finland (aalto.fi/studies)