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Tampere University admits more than 1 000 new students to international master’s programmes

Published on 25.4.2023
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A student in Tampere.Photo: Rami Hanafi
Following a record-breaking number of applications received in January for Tampere University’s 35 English-taught master’s programmes, a total of 1,097 applicants were offered a study place. The newly admitted students will begin their studies in August 2023.

The University received nearly 10,000 applications from 5,295 applicants. The applicants were able to apply for a maximum of three degree programmes.

The largest number of new students were admitted to the Master’s Degree Programme in Computing Sciences to study Software, Web & Cloud (87), Statistical Data Analytics (68), Human-Technology Interaction (50) and Data Sciences (45). The Master’s Programme in Electrical Engineering, Wireless Communications and RF Systems also admitted 50 new students. In addition, 44 students were admitted to the Master’s Degree Programme in Sustainable Digital Life, 42 to Public and Global Health, and 41 to Industrial Engineering and Management to study Business and Technology.

The admitted students represent 73 nationalities. Of all the new students, those coming from countries outside of the EU/EEA make up 83 %, with 10 % coming from Finland and 7 % from within the EU/EEA. 21 % of the applicants were admitted.  

“More international students have been accepted this year than ever before. The amount of qualified and talented applicants has grown, and we are pleased to see this. Congratulations to all the admitted students! I look forward to meeting you next autumn!” says Vice President for Education Marja Sutela.  

All applicants have been informed of the admission results by email.  


Marja Sutela, Vice President for Education 
tel. +358 40 721 5204, marja.sutela [at] tuni.ficlass="Hyperlink SCXW120612066 BCX8" rel="noreferrer noopener" target="_blank"  

Meeri Oikemus, Head of Services, Student Services and Admissions Office 
tel. +358 40 849 0594, meeri.oikemus [at]