Tampere University was formed at the beginning of 2019 when two previously separate universities, Tampere University of Technology and the University of Tampere, merged into one. The University of Tampere was first established in 1925 and Tampere University of Technology in 1965. Thus, Tampere University has many decades’ experience in educating university students.
Tampere University offers a selection of bachelor's programmes and master's programmes taught entirely in English. As a bachelor’s student you will receive a world-class education in a unique learning environment. Tampere University is a perfect institution to start your university education. Master studies with us provide you with high-quality education and give you excellent opportunities to form a global network of both professional and academic colleagues, invaluable for your future career.Our doctoral education is based on the latest research knowledge and close collaboration with society and working life. The Doctoral School and doctoral programmes offer high-quality learning and research opportunities.
Research at Tampere Universities focuses especially on topics related to technology, health and society. Numerous research groups and networks operate in our community conducting multidisciplinary and diverse studies across organisational boundaries.
The research undertaken at our Centres of Excellences (CoE) ranges from game culture studies to tumour genetics.
Working life and career planning page is a hub for information and support regarding career planning during your studies and getting familiar and ready for the working life. Most of the target content is located at the Students´Handbook.
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There are plenty of possibilities to find a place to stay in Tampere. Tampere Student Housing Foundation and several rental companies as well as private providers offer housing for students. Affordable living costs are one of the reasons why students choose Tampere.
Tampere University Library produces library and information services for students, researchers and staff of the Tampere higher education community. The Library also serves customers outside the academic community. Library services are provided at five locations.
Finnish Student Health Service, FSHS, offers targeted low-threshold services designed to provide long-term health benefits for students. The range of services includes general health care, dental care and mental health services.
Our campuses provide services (such as cafes and lunch restaurants) and flexible spaces in three different locations: City Centre, Kauppi and Hervanta.
City Centre Campus is a hub of leadership studies, education, natural sciences, medicine and life sciences, communication and social sciences.
SportUni provides high quality and versatile sport services for students and personnel of Tampere Universities. You can use the services for affordable fee!
SportUni offers sports services on three campuses: City Centre, Hervanta and Kauppi. Of course, you can choose your own place to exercise according to your own schedule, close to your place of studies, next to your home, or just a nice bike ride away.
All campuses have comprehensive sports services, including gyms, group exercise activities, ball games and different courses.
Student Union of Tampere University, TREY, represents all university students in Tampere. TREY protects the interests of students, facilitates the work of student associations, provides services for its members as well as creates a sense of community. All of Tampere University students constitute the student union.
There are also over 150 associations operating within TREY, such as advocacy associations, subject associations and hobby associations. Advocacy associations operate on the faculty level and they supervise the interests of the faculty’s students. Subject associations organise tutoring and free-time activities for the students. Hobby associations operate on the basis of a hobby, interest or conviction.
great environment, I liked spending time there lunch was cheap teachers were really nice effective teaching and learning modern buildings and equipment
As an international student in Tampere university, I can say the university itself is international friendly university but its a little hard and expensive to leave in tampere.
Student friendly, high-quality education. ITC and engineering fields have lots of opportunities.
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