The next academic year calendar will be produced based on the entry called School Nostalgia by Mirka Larjomaa.
During 2020, AYY’s student housing and other properties will completely switch to fossil-free electricity and district heating.
Aalto University Student Union preventing the spread of coronavirus – changes to opening hours and events
AYY follows the instructions of the Finnish Government and the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) to prevent infections. The release will be updated if new measures are introduced. AYY actively follows government releases and considers the health and well-being of its members, volunteers, associations and employees in all its actions.
All associations operating within Aalto University Student Union must annually submit an association notice and, at the same time, associations in the 1st list can apply for an operating grant.
Influencing does not mean the end to your wonderful student life – volunteer culture, singing together at Smökki, Unisport league games, May Day – all of these are good and important matters, let’s keep them.
Aalto student Miikka Leinonen, who was reported missing, has been found dead. Crisis support is available on campus and by telephone. His memorial will be announced later.
Any information should be reported to the police. Aalto University Student Union supports the Aalto community as much as possible. Crisis support is available on campus.
The application supports Aalto University's work on sustainable development goals from the point of view of education, research, art and everyday life at Aalto University.
We are recruiting illustrators & visual artists to be part of book AYY 10 Years – Highlights of the Student Union History as Illustrated by Members of the Aalto Community
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.