Aalto University Finland Scholarship for International Student 2021

Aalto University Finland Scholarship for International Student 2021

 


Tuition fees

If you are a citizen of a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) member state, you are not required to pay tuition fees for degree studies.

Most non-EU/EEA citizens are required to pay tuition fees for an English language bachelor’s or master’s degree programme. You can find more information in the Frequently Asked Questions section of this page (Do I need to pay fees?).

Bachelor’s and master’s programmes taught in English have a tuition fee for non-EU/EEA citizens. There are no fees for doctoral programmes.

The tuition fee ranges from €12 000 to €15 000 per academic year depending on the programme:

  • €12 000 per academic year for bachelor’s degree programmes
  • €15 000 per academic year for master’s degree programmes 

International double degree programmes may have their own tuition fees and scholarship schemes, please read more on programmes’ web pages.

What does the tuition fee cover?

The tuition fee covers educational expenses such as courses, academic supervision, exams, counselling and university support services such as student services, use of library services and use of IT services, in accordance with university regulations and policy concerning degree studies. 

The tuition fee does not cover personal study related costs such as study materials (books, computer, printers and such), any other costs that may be charged according to the university rules or national legislation, nor the compulsory membership fee of the Student Union (ayy.fi).

Students who are liable to pay tuition fee cannot enroll at the university before paying the tuition fee.

Fee-paying students and students with Aalto tuition fee waiver who do not succeed in finishing their studies within the normative duration (three years in bachelor education and two years in master education) may have their tuition waived for one (1) supplementary semester to complete the studies. This is on the condition that the student’s studies have progressed and that a feasible plan has been drawn and approved by the School in question for the remaining semester.

For general information on studying at Aalto and student services, please see page Student life (into.aalto.fi).

More details at official website

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