The Master's and Bachelor’s theses are collected in Aaltodoc publication archive via MyCourses and the eAge electronic service delivery system.
Publicity of a thesis
Approved thesis is a public document. About official documents please see the Constitution of Finland, Section 12.2 and the Act on the Openness of Government Activities, Section 1. See also Aalto University General Regulations on Teaching and Studying, Section 33
Majority of new theses are archived in electronic form.
Instructions and schedules for Master's and Bachelor’s thesis can be found on the programme's Into pages.
servicedesk [at] aalto.fi helps you with PDF/A conversion issues.
eage [at] aalto.fi helps you if something went wrong while downloading your thesis to eAGE.
turnitin [at] aalto.fi helps you if you have proplems using the Turnitin program.
aaltodoc-help [at] aalto.fi helps you after the thesis file have been archived to Aaltodoc.
Dissertations of the Aalto University are published in the DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS series. Publications are put together on the publication platform webservice, and the process is finished with placing an order to the printing house. The Aalto ARTS Books publishing house takes care for the publishing activities of the doctoral dissertations of the ARTS School.
It is preferable to publish the electronic version of the dissertation in Aaltodoc publication archive. The publication can be published in Aaltodoc only upon the permission of all the publication authors.
Publications of the Aalto University are put together on the publication platform webservice, and the process is finished with placing an order to the printing house. ISSN- and ISBN-numbers along with Aalto Serial number are generated automatically at the publication platform when ordering the publication. Concerning other publications, please contact: email@example.com
Electronic publications of the Aalto University are published in Aaltodoc publication repository. The publication can be published in Aaltodoc only upon the permission of all the publication authors.