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The Master’s Programme in Accounting prepares students for producing and using financial and non-financial information to control and manage companies. Accounting, whether financial accounting or management accounting, is at the heart of every business and a critical part of planning and decision-making in companies. Accounting graduates possess invaluable and highly universal know-how for succeeding in different organizations across all industries and continents.
As a citizen of a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) member state, you do not have to pay tuition fees for a degree. Most non-EU/EEA citizens are required to pay tuition fees for an English language bachelor’s or master’s degree program.
The tuition fee ranges from €12 000 to €15 000 per academic year depending on the program:
- €12 000 per academic year for bachelor’s degree programmes
- €15 000 per academic year for master’s degree programmes
The application period for master’s programs runs from 1 Dec 2021 to 3 Jan 2022. The application period for bachelor’s programs taught in English will start on 5 Jan 2022. If you are planning to start your master’s studies in autumn 2022, apply now!
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You are eligible to apply in master’s admissions if you have a bachelor’s degree. The bachelor’s degree must be equivalent to 180 ECTS credits or three years of full-time study. The degree must give eligibility to apply for master’s degree studies at a university in the awarding country. The awarding higher education institution has to be a recognized part of the official national education system of the country. It has to be accredited as a degree-granting higher education institution by the country where it is located or by a relevant international organization (such as UNESCO).
€15 000 per academic year
3 January 2022
ELTS Academic: Overall score 6.5, and writing score 5.5.
Aalto University is a public research university located in Espoo, Finland. It was established in 2010 as a merger of three major Finnish universities: the Helsinki University of Technology, the Helsinki School of Economics, and the University of Art and Design Helsinki. The close collaboration between the scientific, business, and arts communities is intended to foster multi-disciplinary education and research.
3 January 2022