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Tampere University admits more than 700 new students to English-language master’s programmes

Published on 8.4.2022
Tampere University
Opiskelijoita Tampereella.Kuva: Rami Hanafi
A total of 751 applicants were offered a place in the English-language master’s programmes at Tampere University in the latest admission cycle that closed in January. Applicants could choose between 35 English-language MSc study options. The newly admitted students will start their studies in August 2022.

Applicants could apply for admission to a maximum of three different degree programmes. The University received more than 3,700 applications from 2,118 applicants. 

The largest number of new students were admitted to the Master’s Degree Programme in Computing Sciences to study Statistical Data Analytics (48 admitted students), Data Science (47), Software, Web & Cloud (42), Human-Technology Interaction (37) and Signal Processing and Machine Learning (36). In addition, 34 students were admitted to the Master’s Degree Programme in Industrial Engineering and Management to study Business and Technology and 32 to the Master’s Degree Programme in Teaching, Learning and Media Education.  

The admitted students represent 68 different nationalities. Students from countries outside of the EU/EEA make up 78% (588) of the new students. Of all those seeking admission to the English-language degree programmes, 37% were admitted. 

“We saw that students started accepting their offers as soon as the results were announced, which demonstrates that the University offers highly sought-after programmes and is an attractive destination for students. Congratulations to all the admitted students! I look forward to meeting you next autumn,” says Vice President for Education Marja Sutela

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

Inquiries 

Vice President for Education Marja Sutela, tel. +358 40 721 5204, marja.sutela [at] tuni.fi
Head of Services, Student Services and Admissions Office, Meeri Oikemus, tel. +358 40 040,849 0594, meeri.oikemus [at] tuni.fi