Minor completed at a University Abroad


Language: As agreed

Teacher in charge: Bachelor's degree: Professors in charge of majors; Master of Science (Technology): The degree programme directors

Target group: Students of the School of Science

Quotas and restrictions:


Content and structure of the minor

The Minor Completed at a University Abroad is intended for students who complete a minor entirely abroad, usually during a student exchange. The minor may be a standard module of studies offered by the foreign university or a collection of studies taken within a certain subject. The minor may not be just a compilation of courses, but a clearly defined package that is coherent, verifiable and compiled from the course offerings of the target university. If the extent of the foreign university minor does not meet Aalto’s minimum requirements, the student may supplement it with suitable courses from Aalto.

The completion of the minor abroad must be agreed in advance and included in the learning agreement made for the student exchange. In addition, the student must provide a link to the university’s webpages where the module or courses taken can be verified.

The minor module for students majoring in Industrial Engineering and Management or Information Networks must correspond to the conditions described in the Aalto curriculum in terms of content and learning outcomes; that is, it must meet the technical requirements. In these cases, the courses chosen for inclusion in the minor are to be from a technical subject. Please note: For Information Networks students, this applies only to bachelor’s degree minors.



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