- Instructions for applying (2015 intake, 2nd round)
Aalto University does not charge application fees. All information regarding admissions is available to everyone on the university’s website. The use of educational agents is not necessary in the application process and applicants are advised not to use any fee-charging services for applying. Applicants should always fill in the application themselves and use their own contact details. This ensures that the applicant receives all important information directly from the University. Any third party involvement may hinder the application processing and admission procedure.
We will no longer have Erasmus Mundus scholarships available on the admission period 2016, and we will no longer have a joint programme fee. However, Nordplus scholarships will still be available (subject to annual application) for the enrolled students to apply, and the universities or the consortium may grant some support of their own for the top students.
We will post further information about the application period and local tuition fees soon!
The 2nd application period for intake 2015 (studies starting in autumn 2015) will open on the 16th February and end on the 13 March 2015. The online application form will be available for that period only, opening on 16th February at 9 a.m. and closing on 13th March at 4 p.m. (Finnish time, GMT+2).
To apply for admission to the NordSecMob - Master's Programme in Security and Mobile Computing you must submit an online application form, print and sign it, and send the application form with all the required application documents to Aalto University School of Science by the deadline.
The application form is available here:
- You must submit the online application form by the deadline 13th March 2015 at 4 p.m., GMT +2 (Finnish time).
- The printed application form and other application documents, including language test result must arrive at NordSecMob Admissions Office at Aalto University by 13th March 2015 at 4 p.m., GMT +2 (Finnish time).
- The sooner you send your application, the faster we can notify you in case something is missing.
- All applicants will have a right to complement their application for up to two weeks after reception of the paper application, or until the application deadline, 13th March.
- The language test result can be submitted electronically by the deadline. For submitting the language test result, read more at Admission criteria.
Late or incomplete applications will not be processed. Applications that have been mailed before the deadline but do not arrive at the Admissions Office by the deadline are not accepted. Applications sent by email are not considered. The signed application form and the required documents must be sent by post or by a courier service. If the application is sent by a courier service (e.g. UPS, DHL) and it arrives late due to a routing mistake made by the courier service (or for any other reason), it will not be processed.
Please make sure to send your documents in time!
NordSecMob is a joint Master's programme organised in cooperation by five universities. To complete the programme and graduate with double degree, students must study at two of the consortium universities, refered to as home and host university, together forming a study track.
The home and host universities are defined already during the application and selection process. Applicants must specify which study track they wish to follow (in order of priority) on the application form. The NordSecMob selection committee allocates the study tracks to the students based on their preferences and on availability of seats at each university.
Applicants cannot be rejected because of study track choice, but the allocated study track cannot be changed later on, so choose your study track wishes carefully.
See Study Programme for further information about the study track options.
2nd application period 16 February - 13 March 2015
There are no Erasmus Mundus scholarship available for the 2nd application period. NordSecMob Consortium may award minor consortium scholarships to top applicants but this is subject to available funding.
See the information about programme fees below.
1st (main) application period 1 October - 5 December 2014
The scholarships available for all nationalities on this admission period are:
- Erasmus Mundus scholarships
- NordSecMob Consortium scholarships, number and extent depends on available funds
- Programme fee waivers, number depends on available funds
Note that there is no separate application for these scholarships. You must indicate which Erasmus Mundus scholarships category you belong to on the application form. All selected applicants will be considered as candidates for the NordSecMob consortium scholarships. All selected non-EU/EEA applicants will be considered as candidates for the programme fee waivers. Consortium scholarship and waiver holders may stay on the reserve list for the Erasmus Mundus scholarships.
All enrolled students in NordSecMob programme who have not been granted an Erasmus Mundus scholarship or certain consortium scholarships can also apply for Nordplus scholarships for the studies at the host university.
NordSecMob programme fees for intake 2015
The programme fee for the intake 2015 is 8000 EUR/year for non-EU/EEA citizens. There is no fee for EU/EEA citizens.
Applicants from non-EU/EEA countries intending to study in the programme with own funding need to submit a plan for financing the programme fee (8000€/academic year, total 16 000€ for two year programme) and the living and studying costs. The plan is to be written on the application form.
Read more about scholarships and fees here.
Aalto University School of Science
P.O. Box 15400
FI-00076 AALTO (city: Espoo)
(if you use a courier service, street address: Konemiehentie 2, room A225, city: 02150 Espoo, Finland, tel: +358-50-569 9264).