For all donations, 20% is reserved for use in the general promotion of Aalto University School of Business’s research and teaching activities.
For all donations, 20% is reserved for use in the general promotion of Aalto University School of Business’s research and teaching activities.The thesis and dissertation grants awarded by the HSE Support Foundation are thus normally maximum of €12 000 for pro gradu studies and a maximum of €24 000 for licentiate and doctoral research.The HSE Support Foundation fr offers both companies and other organisations as well as alumni and other private individuals a natural opportunity to be involved in promoting the development of Aalto University School of Business.
The person carrying out thesis or dissertation research fills out the grant application form, which is addressed to the Board of the Foundation and contains the topic of their research work.
With this form, they apply for a grant from the funds donated for carrying out research work.
An organisation making a thesis and dissertation donation to the Foundation may specify the research area and research subject field which the donation is intended for.
The research area and subject field should be defined in general terms.
In 1987, the Salmi Virkkunen & Helenius Oy Fund was established for the purpose of developing and encouraging research, teaching and study of auditing, bookkeeping and financial statement practices at the Aalto University School of Business.
This is achieved through issuing grants for research, books, theses, dissertations and presentations.The application must contain a reference from the research supervisor or examiner.With authorisation from the Board of the Foundation, the Grant Committee normally issues grants on a monthly basis from funds donated for research purposes.Inquiries: Further information on the donation procedure can be obtained from the Foundation’s Office Manager Tuula Murremäki 358 , Anniversary gifts (e.g.birthdays or jubilees) may, if so desired, be directed by the individual or organisation concerned to a special anniversary fund, the accumulated capital of which is then distributed as grants.In addition, the company has directed into this fund its gifts for the school’s 40th and 50th anniversary in 19, as well as its birthday gifts for leading individuals at the school.In 1984, on its 150th anniversary, Oy Wärtsilä Ab made a donation of 500 000 marks, which was used to establish the separate Oy Wärtsilä Ab Jubilee Fund.The profits from this fund are then distributed annually as grants (see Honorary fund donation).Further information: Further information on the donation procedure and the operations of anniversary funds can be obtained from the Foundation’s Office Manager Tuula Murremäki 358 , A fund that carries the name of the donor is an excellent way to support Aalto University School of Business’s research and teaching activities as well as it students.Grants are awarded from the fund for the overseas trips of University School of Business teachers and researchers and for invitations to foreign visiting lecturers, with the goal of promoting the internationalisation of teaching and research, and through this also the internationalisation of Finnish companies. Sohlberg Ab Fund, on the other hand, seeks to develop and encourage, by issuing grants, research and study in the disciplines represented at the Aalto University School of Business, including that aimed at or related to the basic business degree.The purpose of the Chancellor Jaakko Honko Fund is to issue grants for business research and studies and for organising seminars in order to promote the internationalisation of Aalto University School of Business students, with a particular focus on graduate students. Research and study aiming at the development and understanding of sectors specified in the company’s current corporate charter have priority.