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Tampere University

Student, what occupies your mind? Find right services and help concerning University community and friends. Also, see more information and services from Studying section.


I would like to meet new people in the university community

Would you like to meet new people in the university community? You can meet new people by joining a student association, hobby association or a club. Browse the over 150 options on TREY's website! Check out also pages of Peer support! If you need help with coping, would like support for your well-being or wish to meet new people, join the peer support groups that are on offer! 

One way to find peer support and study partners is to search them on the StudyBuddy -Moodle. The site is open to all students in Tampere University. Join the StudyBuddy -Moodle through this link! Leave your own announcement on the Moodle site and browse others' announcements. 

The university sees numerous events being organised every year. Those dealing with student well-being and group activities can be found from the Well-being calendar, which will be updated with new events throughout the year.

Meet new friends in sports too! Check the pages of SportUni.

Fear of social situations & performance tension? Read more from the pages of Mieli ry.


I am wondering how to respond to a fellow student in distress

The Early Support Model was developed to encourage the members of our university community to care about one another. We are all responsible for creating a caring and supportive atmosphere on campus.Sometimes the wellbeing or behaviour of a student may give rise to concern among his or her fellow students. The Early Support Model guidelines are provided to help students respond to a fellow student in distress.


I have encountered harassment or inappropriate behaviour at the university and need support

Tampere University has a zero-tolerance policy for inappropriate behaviour, harassment and bullying. No member of our university community may engage in conduct that may endanger the health and safety of others. We will respond promptly to all complaints of harassment.

The student union TREY’s designated harassment contacts and university's designated harrasment contacts manage incident reporting and investigations. Harassment contacts offer help and advice to students who have experienced harassment, inappropriate behaviour, bullying, discrimination or other forms of unfair treatment. You can also get in touch with the harassment contacts if you are unsure whether certain behaviour amounts to harassment or if you are looking to discuss possible ways to respond to harassment. The harassment contact will lead you to an appropriate contacts, if necessary.

All conversations with the harassment contacts are strictly confidential. Read more from this page.

TREY's harassment contact persons

If inappropriate behaviour, bullying or harassment occurs between students off campus during free time, please get in touch with TREY’s harassment contact and, if necessary, notify the public authorities.

You can contact the harassment contacts even if you are unsure of your situation or you just want to discuss ways to intevene in cases of harassment. If needed, the harassment contacts will guide you to further assistance. You can contact either both of the harassment contacts by email (hairinta(at) or one of them (male contact: hairintamies(at); female contact: hairintanainen(at) You can also report harassment anonymously, for example by filling out TREY’s harassment reporting form. TREY's harassment contacts will not take any action or contact anyone without your consent.

Guidelines for responding to inappropriate behaviour and harassment experienced by students are available on TREY’s website


Published: 23.2.2022
Updated: 22.12.2022