TAMK Student's Handbook
Study Ability Support Services
TAMK's Social Counselling for International Students offers advice with many practical issues. See details: https://intra.tuni.fi/en/handbook?page=2858
Over the course of your studies, issues may arise that bother you and you would like to discuss with a professional. Multiple factors and issues in your personal life may affect your ability to study and work efficiently. (Read more about study ability here: Ability to study - FSHS (yths.fi)
If you feel your ability to study is affected and you would like to talk to someone about how you are feeling, do not stay alone with your thoughts. At Support for Studying and Wellbeing Services we offer confidential discussion, support and guidance for those in need. If you are unsure which professional to turn to, you can first look for a suitable service at: www.koppari.fi/tamk
You can also contact:
TAMK's Study Coach, Elina Champaneri
- elina.champaneri [at] tuni.fi, 050 323 1754 (Main Campus, Service street, B1-49)
- Appointments via Bookings at: shorturl.at/lrvP5
TAMK Study Coach has pedagogical know-how and may support you in situations where your ability to study efficiently is affected. With the help of the Study Coach, you can map out your need for support and guidance. Together with the Study Coach, you may reflect upon and develop your skills in relation to e.g., your study techniques, time management skills and motivation.
Meetings can be organised face-to-face on campus or remotely on Teams. The duration of an individual meeting is approximately 45 minutes.
We promote students' well-being including psychological, emotional, social and mental welfare. We participate in several student well-being networks, incl. TAMK's Working Group on Student Wellbeing, TAMK's Crisis Group, FSHS / Kauppi Campus Working Group on Health and Tampere Universities' Working Group on Study Well-being Program. Also, professional support is provided to academic tutors and student counsellors related to student well-being issues.