General information

Information on the degree structure change

Aalto University School of Business offers programmes leading to lower (Bachelor’s degree) and higher (Master’s degree) university degrees as well as academic postgraduate degrees, i.e. licentiate and doctoral degrees. University degrees are two-tiered: first, students complete a lower university degree, after which they can carry on to study for a higher university degree.

According to the degree regulations 2005, Bachelor’s degree can be completed in Finnish or English. Master’s programmes are offered mainly in English.

In August 2013 the new degree regulations for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees were introduced in the School of Business. Students who have started studying before August 1st 2013 have the right to complete their degree according to the 2005 degree regulations until July 31st 2016 or transfer to study according to the 2013 degree regulations. Information on the new degree structure and instructions on how to transfer to study according to the new degree regulations 2013 can be found in Into and Study Guide (DR 2013).

Students, who have started their studies before the academic year 2014-2015, can study according to the degree requirements from the year of enrolment or follow any of the later requirements. Study Guides from previous years can be found in Into.

Study Guide and other electronic tools

The Study Guide of Aalto University School of Business describes the structures of Bachelor's and Master's Degrees and the contents of different study programmes. In addition to WebOodi and Noppa-portal, the Study Guide is the most important tool in planning the studies. More detailed course information can be accessed by using the direct links in the degree structure tables (WebOodi through the course code and Noppa through the course name). In the last column of the table is the teaching period of the course.

Study Guide is supplemented with the following electronic tools:

  • WebOodi includes all the courses and their official descriptions, which are offered during the academic year. You have to register to all courses and exams and this is done in WebOodi. In addition, it is required that each student makes a Personal Study Plan (PSP), often referred to as HOPS. Also registration as attending or non-attending each year has to be done in WebOodi.
  • Noppa-portal consists of individual course pages, including e.g. course descriptions, lecture times, study materials, information on exams, news and announcements for the course and grade results for students.
  • Into-portal includes information on general study related matters such as registration for each academic year, planning of studies, attending courses and exams, credit transfers of previous studies and services offered to students. Additionally, each department has its own page in Into, where the programmes and subjects offered by the department are introduced.

Further, it is recommended to take a look at the Aalto University site, which presents in depth information on Aalto University and its schools.

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