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Joint application round: Tampere University continues to be popular among applicants

Published on 1.4.2022
Tampere University
Opiskelijoita Tampereella.Photograph: Rami Hanafi
In the second joint application round to higher education this spring, Tampere University received nearly 29,000 applications. The University is offering over 3,300 places of study.

In the second joint application round, a total of 28,881 applications were submitted (2021: 32,281). The priority applications to Tampere University numbered 11,188 (2021: 12,879). Finnish-language bachelor’s, bachelor’s and master’s, and master’s programmes were open for application.

As in the previous years, the most favourite programmes among bachelor’s and bachelor’s and master’s applicants were the licentiate of medicine (1,379), business studies (1,333) and psychology (885) programmes. In addition, class teacher training, administrative sciences and social research were widely popular.

Among the master’s programmes, the most priority applications were submitted to the Master’s Programme in Management and Information Technology at Pori (146). The Master’s Programme in Social Work, the business management and responsible business specialisations in the Degree Programme in Business Studies and the Master’s Programme in Civil Engineering were also popular.

“The renewing and multidisciplinary Tampere University is once more among the leaders in the number of applicants. Tampere’s attractiveness is delightful. We are a great place to study, internationalise, network, and integrate into working life. We offer many opportunities,” says Mari Walls, President of Tampere University.

The admissions process 

In the second joint application round, some students are admitted based their school leaving certificate. Those who are admitted in this way will be informed of their place of study in the Opintopolku.fi service mainly before the entrance exams for each subject, but no later than 30 May. Tampere University will organise almost 30 entrance exams on its campuses in May and June.

In the admissions to master’s programmes, students with an appropriate university degree are admitted directly to the programme. As a rule, admission to master’s level studies is based on the application documents submitted by the applicant.   

The results of the admissions based on entrance exams will be published by 8 July 2022 in the Opintopolku.fi service.

Further information for applicants on the application procedure is provided by the Admissions Services: hakijapalvelut.tau [at] tuni.fi, tel. 0294 520 400 (Mon-Fri at 12-14)

Further information on the entrance exams at Tampere University is available on:
www.tuni.fi/fi/tule-opiskelemaan/yhteishaku/valintakokeet (in Finnish).

Further information on applicant numbers is available in Vipunen – Education Statistics Finland.

Enquiries:
Head of Services Meeri Oikemus, Student Services and Admissions, tel. 040 849 0594 meeri.oikemus [at] tuni.fi