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Aalto University School of Business is the new name of the Helsinki School of Economics (HSE) which was founded in 1911. Aalto University School of Business engages in economics and business research and education. It is the largest institution of its kind in Finland with over 4,000 students. Aalto University School of Business belongs to the top 1% of schools of business that have been granted the most important international quality accreditations in its field: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. In 1998 the School of Business became an academic member of the Community of European Management Schools (CEMS), thus enabling some of the Masters students to obtain a CEMS MIM (Masters in International Management Program) degree besides the Aalto University School of Business home degree. The school is also a member of PIM (Partnership in International Management).
The School of Business has two campuses: one in the city of Helsinki and the other in the city of Mikkeli. In Mikkeli, the School of Business offers a degree of Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration (BScBA, a lower academic degree) with a major in International Business. In Helsinki, the School of Business offers a degree of Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration (BSc, a lower academic degree), a degree of Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration (MSc, a higher academic degree) and Licentiate and Doctor of Science in Economics and Business Administration degrees.
The School of Business is an innovative and lively community of about 4,000 students and over 600 researchers, teachers and service personnel. The School is part of Aalto University, which was created in 2010 from the merger of three Finnish universities: Helsinki School of Economics, Helsinki University of Technology, and the University of Art and Design Helsinki. Merging the three universities provides possibilities for strong multi-disciplinary education and research.
The international standard of the quality of research, education programs, and services at Aalto University School of Business has been recognized by all three international standards organizations that certify business schools (AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS).
Finland has a rich history of student activities and involvement within universities and Aalto University is no exception.
By law, all universities must have one student union, and the student union representing students at Aalto is the Aalto University Student Union (AYY). Every Bachelor's and Master's student automatically joins the student union by paying the obgligatory annual fee. Exchange students and other short-term students can also join the student union if their stay lasts longer than three months, but membership is not mandatory for them. Yet it is recommended to join the AYY, as it provides a vast array of services, including housing and social activities.
The students of the Aalto University School of Business may also join the Association of Economics Students in Helsinki.
Aalto University has three main campuses all located in the Helsinki Metropolitan area: the School of Business is in the heart of the city, the School of Arts, Design and Architecture is a short distance north of the city center, and the Schools of Science and Technology are about a fifteen minute drive west of the city in Otaniemi, Espoo.
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