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TAMK's organisation

The organisation of Tampere University of Applied Sciences consists of seven schools and four other units. The operations are steered by an Executive Group. The main owner of Tampere University of Applied Sciences Ltd is Tampere University Foundation.

Owners and administration

Introduction to TAMK's owners, board and executive group > TAMK administration

Executive group areas of responsibility

  • President Tapio Kujala
     
  • Vice President Sanna Wesanko: Education and Learning Services
    Schools, Education Development Services, Education Support Services, Study Services, Student Recruitment Services, Learning and Well-being Services
  • Vice President Ari Sivula: External Funding and International Development
    Open and Ethical RDI, HUBS, Business Operations and Internationalisation, External Funding, Renewing Learning and Collaboration
  • Service Director Mikko Naukkarinen: Community Services
    Quality Management and Business Planning, Sport Services, Information Management Development, Facilities Management, (Library, Travel Services, Information Management)
  • HR Director Merja Jortikka: HR Services
    Records Management and Management Support, HR Development, Employment, Occupational Safety and Health
TAMK students outdoor studying

Schools

TAMK is organised into seven schools: Built Environment and Bioeconomy, Business, Health, Industrial Engineering, Media, Music and Art, Pedagogic Innovations, Well-being and Health Technology.

TAMK classroom

Regional Higher Education Network

The Regional Higher Education Network is a part of our regional operations. It focuses on adult education and services aimed at working life. Our regional higher education representatives in Ikaalinen, Mänttä-Vilppula, Virrat and Ruovesi, and Sastamala represent TAMK locally. Their task is to promote education, RDI, and regional impact.

TAMK kirjasto

Advisory boards

A total of 25 field-specific advisory boards support the development of our degree programmes. Their main purpose is to ensure continuous interaction between TAMK and working life. Representatives from working life, students' union Tamko, and persons in charge of degree programmes are invited to each advisory board. Our advisory boards anticipate the changing needs for labour and education, develop the curricula, and monitor the quality of TAMK education.