SECCLO universities are located in six countries and cities.
Aalto University’s main campus is in Otaniemi, Espoo, a 10-minute metro ride away from Helsinki, the capital city of Finland. Otaniemi is the home of an innovative community, including all six Aalto schools, several companies, start-ups and research organizations, restaurants, shops, hobbies and student housing facilities. Espoo and Helsinki, two of the largest cities in Finland, are surrounded by the sea and great green urban areas while boasting the best public transport system in the world.
Helsinki from above, Photo: Jussi Hellsten/Helsinki Marketing
KTH’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is located in Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden. The campus in Kista sits in the heart of Kista Science City, the largest ICT cluster in Europe and home to over 1,000 ICT companies such as Ericsson, IBM and Microsoft. Stockholm, a modern city with 2.1 million inhabitants, is situated on the east coast of Sweden. It is a city sitting on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges!
View from Djurgården, Photo: Jeppe Wikström/mediabank.visitstockholm.com
The city of Trondheim in Central Norway, the third largest city in Norway, is well known as a top location for students and academics, and the city is regularly rated as the best student town in Norway. Out of its total population of 190 000, 36 000 are university students. In Trondheim, you are surrounded by amazing nature, and hiking and skiing are popular past-time activities.
Trondheim from Gamle Bybro, Photo: Geir Hageskal
DTU’s main campus is located in Lyngby, about 15 km north of Copenhagen. DTU Lyngby Campus has several student canteens, a library, a bookstore, and unique student facilities such as DTU Skylab. The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, is famed for being one of the world’s most liveable cities. With a population of just below 1.3 million people Copenhagen is a metropolis on the human scale, engineered for pedestrians, pedal power, and urban living.
Bikes in Copenhagen, Photo: Thomas Rousing/Copenhagen Media Center
Tartu is situated in Southern Estonia with distance to Tallinn, Estonia’s capital, a little under 200 kilometres. The city successfully combines modern infrastructure and facilities with a green, affordable and friendly environment. An inseparable part of the city is its students who comprise around a quarter of the population and generate a lot of fun and energy. There is a lively cultural scene with something for every taste as exciting events and festivals take place all year round.
Tartu Town Hall, Photo: Riina Varol
The EURECOM campus is located in the Sophia Antipolis technology park, halfway between Nice and Cannes in Southern France. Sophia Antipolis is Europe’s largest and permanently expanding science and technology park, with 1 450 establishments and 31 000 jobs. Because EURECOM is a small, highly specialized university, it offers personalized support at every step of a student’s life and excellent professor/student ratio (1 professor to 8 students). Moreover, its location in French Riviera means close proximity to both Mediterranian Sea and Southern Alps, while enjoying 300 days of sun a year.
EURECOM students in Nice, Photo: unknown