Tampere University is one of the most multidisciplinary universities in Finland. Almost all internationally recognised fields of study are represented at our university, which brings together research and education in technology, health and society.
Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK)
TAMK is one of the largest and most popular universities of applied sciences in Finland. Our strengths are multidisciplinary education, creativity, and a strong international dimension.
Explore our international degree programmes and apply
Apply to TAMK's international master's programmes by 18 January. If you are interested in studying your first degree in English, explore Tampere University's and TAMK's bachelor's programmes and apply by 18 January. The application period ends at 15:00 local time.
Study with us
Together Tampere University and Tampere University of Applied Sciences constitute Finland’s most international and diverse university community. The areas of focus in our education are technology, health and society. More than 30,000 students study with us each year.
Student's Guide offers you study-related instructions, curricula and teaching schedules for each academic year. It works as your handbook through your journey at the university.
Free study opportunities for students arriving from Ukraine
We at Tampere Universities want to support Ukrainian students. We offer free study opportunities to students who arrive in Finland due to the humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine.
Research at Tampere University
At Tampere University, research on technology, health and society come together.
Research and development at TAMK
We apply the latest research into working life and solve small and large problems.
Upcoming public defences of doctoral dissertations
Tampere Universities magazine Unit – together for deeper knowledge
Women in war and peace
Armed warfare is strongly associated in the mind with men. In international peace negotiations, too, women are often sitting on the sidelines, unable to participate.
Who is too old for work?
People are encouraged to keep working for as long as possible. But there is a big discrepancy between grand speeches and the practices of working life.
Care robotics don’t replace a human being
Care robotics technology will make care workers’ jobs easier while making patients feel safer and activating them. It can even ease the nursing shortage.
Voices from Tampere Universities: read our international blogs
Experiences on studying in Finland
Finland is a very beautiful country. My decision to move to Finland has been one of the best decisions of my life.
It is all about trust – What we can share with our Kenyan partners?
Trust means the confidence in the honesty, integrity and reliability of someone or something. Trust is the foundation of all relationships, and it was repeatedly brought up to the discussion by the Kisii University delegation visit 11.10.2022 to TAMK when hearing about the Finnish society and education.
Working at Tampere Universities
Join us to pursue a meaningful career and become part of our top team of 5,100 employees, who are driving change in research and education and reshaping the future of work.