International degree students

If you decide to come to Aalto University School of Business to study for a full bachelor's, master's or doctoral degree, there are plenty of opportunities to add value to your degree. You can go abroad on exchange, apply for a double degree programme or you can stay in Helsinki and enjoy some of the other career enhancing activities on campus, such as participating in an international case competition.

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International opportunities

As a degree student at the School of Business, you have many opportunities to develop international competencies to work in the increasingly global world. As a bachelor, master or doctoral student you can go abroad on an exchange for a semester. You can also apply for a double degree program or just participate in international projects or a case competition.  

Go on exchange - invest a semester in your future

Once you are enrolled at the Aalto University School of Business, you have plenty of opportunities to further develop your study experience and enhance your career prospects. Around 60% of the students go abroad, forming an international minor towards their Aalto degree. The School has agreements with approximately 150 partner universities all over the world – all well selected top business schools. Through the partner university network it is possible to gain insights to real business world in other parts of the world. The partner schools offer many courses specific to the respective geographic area, such as  “Doing business in China” or “Japanese Economy”.

As part of your bachelor and master degree studies you can choose to apply for a semester abroad.  Information, advice and financial support is available to support your exchange studies. You can read more about the possibilities, requirements and application procedure through the links below.

Useful links

International joint and double degrees - widen your horizon

CEMS Master's in International Management

Double degrees

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