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Giant Leap is Vaisala’s internship program for students in a university or polytechnic. Challenging but also rewarding, the program is designed for students with a variety of skills, qualities and educational backgrounds.
Read Valentin's thoughts about joining Symbio as a Junior Designer after graduating from university.
Espoo is the second-largest city in Finland and one of the most international cities in Finland – currently home to 155 different nationalities.
Discovering new areas of comfort zone by sailing away from the safe harbor – My summer as a part of Tietolife
Niina lists three main cornerstones of her summer, which enabled her to adapt into the tech world.
Niina started her Vaisala career as a Giant Leap intern in summer 2016.
Juuso thinks the reason for Accenture’s success is different kinds of passionate people with various backgrounds, worldviews, and skillsets.
People are motivated by different things and reasons. One takes a project to help the other person, the other wants to challenge himself by learning something new. Minna Mäkitalo writes about motivational factors in AYY blog.
The Coordinator of the Environmental Policy office of Cyprus University of Technology spent an Erasmus+ staff exchange week at AYY. What were the key learning points?
A top university does not bully its students. A top university provides a secure foundation on which everyone can strive.
Food waste is an enormous yet unnecessary global problem. If food waste was a country, its greenhouse gas emissions would be the third largest in the world, right after China and the United States.
How was the arientation weeh from the perspective of a freshman? Read Milla's thoughts from the first week of university life.
Aalto-yliopisto täyttää tulevana lukuvuonna kymmenen vuotta. Kymmeneen vuoteen on mahtunut paljon...
I'm now talking like one technology student to another, to explain what this community has given to me. I'll also be talking about what you all can get out of it.
Chair of Probba ry Säde Torkki tells, what is the summer, filled with studies, like in Mikkeli.
This week (30 May–5 Jun 2019) is the European Sustainable Development Week. The ESDW is a Europe-wide annual initiative to increase awareness of the UN’s Agenda 2030 action plan and the sustainable development goals (SDGs) included in it.
In Mikkeli, the new year has started with speed as the clubs’ new Boards have taken up their positions and got used to their new responsibilities.
During the publishing break will be clarified what the future of the Aino magazine will be like
Espoo’s goal is to be permanently Europe’s most sustainable city and carbon neutral by the year 2030.
In 2018, the Student Union is celebrating the Year of Art. Throughout the year, we invite various creative individuals or groups within the Aalto community to talk about their art. In August, we hear from the pole dance association Otanko.
The question of how the organizations in the Aalto University Student Union’s sphere of influence treat people of different genders deeply concerns the Aalto community and its values.