Throughout your Computational Engineering major from Aalto University, you will develop your skills in applied mathematics and become familiar with the most common theories in physics, mechanics and engineering. You will learn to use some of the most popular engineering software packages, and develop your programming skills by implementing algorithms to solve design problems.
You will also have the opportunity to apply your knowledge to tackle real-world engineering problems in multidisciplinary projects. These projects will bring you closer to professional engineering practice and allow you to develop your abilities to work as a team, manage projects, and communicate your results effectively.
After completing your studies, you will have a strong background in mathematics, engineering and computing. You will not only be familiar with existing computational methods, but also possess the knowledge necessary to follow future developments in this rapidly evolving discipline. The Computational Engineering major from Aalto University will give you the foundations to become a computational expert ready to tackle advanced engineering problems in a variety of fields.
Computational Engineering is one of the majors in the Aalto University Bachelor's Programme in Science and Technology available in English.
Computational simulations now constitute an essential part of all technological industries. This means that you will be able to pursue a career in a wide range of fields including energy, construction, manufacturing, mechanical systems and more.
Our students usually continue their education to the Master’s level. After completing their studies, our graduates typically work for small, medium or large companies, governmental organisations or research institutions. An academic position is also possible after completing a doctorate degree. Professional titles that typically include possibilities for advancement to management duties include:
- Civil engineer
- Mechanical engineer
- Naval architect
- Product designer
- Production engineer
- Software engineer
- Structural engineer
- Integral and differential calculus
- Linear algebra
- Statistical analysis
- Fluid mechanics
- Mechanics of materials
- Programming principles and algorithms
- Numerical methods
- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
- 180+120 ECTS
DisciplinesGeneral Engineering & Technology Computer Sciences Web Technologies & Cloud Computing View 9 other Bachelors in Computer Sciences in Finland
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
All applicants must fulfill the general eligibility requirements for higher education. You are eligible to apply if you have completed or will complete during spring one of the following degrees:
- Finnish matriculation examination
- International Baccalaureate degree (IB)
- European Baccalaureate degree (EB)
- Deutsches Internationales Abitur degree (DIA) or Reifeprüfung degree (RP) in Finland
- A degree or qualification completed outside Finland that in the awarding country gives eligibility for university studies
- A Finnish vocational upper secondary qualification, further vocational qualification or specialist vocational qualification as set in the Vocational Education Act
- Advanced International Certificate of Education -degree (AICE)
International12000 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 12000 EUR per year during 36 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR per year during 36 months.
Living costs for Helsinki
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