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On this page you will find the following sections:
- Help and support for your studies and well-being
- Improve your well-being with life management and coping skills
- Healthy life
- Free-time activities and meeting new friends
- Instructions, additional information and helpful links
Help and support for your studies and well-being
Guidance and counselling services
There are many different forms of help and support on offer in the faculties and through joint services. We have gathered all the guidance and counselling services which support your studies and well-being on the same page.Joint counselling services
Do you require individual study arrangements?
Individual study arrangements are tailored to the needs of the individual student and the expected learning outcomes of courses and degrees. Request individual study arrangements if you have a formally diagnosed learning difficulty or an illness, disability or other medical condition that may affect your ability to undertake or demonstrate learning.Individual study arrangements
University Chaplain offers support
Life is a path. Sometimes the track vanishes or seems to lead nowhere. Sometimes sadness and sorrow drag you down. Talking with someone opens new possibilities and offers perspective. You don't need to cope with things alone.Cooperation with congregation
Improve your well-being with life management and coping skills
Navigaattori - Find support for your well-being
Navigaattori is an accessible support service for students' counselling and well-being needs. In 2021-2022, Navigaattori will be open weekly on campuses and online. Navigaattori is open for you without prior booking. We can help you find the information you need to solve your problems or simply find the right people. Navigaattori connects you to the support service you need. The service is open to all students in Tampere University. Visit Navigaattori and find support for your well-being!Read more about Navigaattori and check the weekly schedules on the service's website!
Finnish Student Healthcare Service
If you are studying for a Bachelor's or a Master's degree, you can use the FSHS. Check their website for information on how to get non-urgent medical care.FSHS website
Public health care services
If you are ineligible for FSHS, you can use the municipal healthcare provided in Tampere or, if you live elsewhere, in your home municipality. Public health care services should be used by everyone if the medical matter in question is urgent (for example, injury in an accident).Tampere municipal health services
Don't know who to contact?
If you don't know where to begin or where to find the necessary information, send an e-mail to email@example.com and we will help.
Sometimes you might come across situations where, for some reason, the behaviour, actions or interactions of a fellow student raise concern. Early support model for students is the responsibility of every member of our university community. Identify - Discuss - Refer to appropriate services. How are you?
Events to support your well-being
Check the event calendar on Intranet for events. Events under the theme 'Well-being and sports' could be especially helpful to you.Event calendar
On this page you will find information on the group counselling sessions offered by the joint counselling services.Group counselling
Utilise study facilities on campus
The university campuses have many spaces and areas where you can study by yourself or in a group. Here you can find a list of them.Study facilities
The Finnish Central Association for Mental Health
The Finnish Central Association for Mental Health (MTKL, in short) offers information and support with students facing mental health challenges.Get to know MTKL's activities!
Nyyti ry - Life skills and mental well-being
Nyyti ry's Learn life skills -page offers tips and information on how you can improve your own well-being and develop your life skills.Learn life skills - Nyyti ry
Nyyti also offers chats for all students, which are aimed at providing peer support and specialist help. You will be able to talk about student life and mental health either with one of Nyyti's experts or in a group setting with other students.Chats for students - Nyyti ry
The Student's Guide contains a lot of information for all the stages of your studies. Here is a collection of helpful links for your well-being:
Free-time activities and meeting new friends
Get to know the student associations operating within TREY
Over 150 student associations operate within the Student Union. Find new friends and start new hobbies by taking part!Get to know the associations operating within TREY
Join Learning Lab's free-time activities
By students, for students! Learning Lab's free-time activities offer hobbies and a chance to meet new friends. Come lead a hobby group of your choosing, or just join one led by another student.Learning Lab's free-time activities
Find new friends through Friend activity!
Friend activity connects students who sign up based on mutual interests.Students' friend activity
Living in Finland as a student
In this section you will find a collection of links to websites which offer information on housing, income and other everyday matters pertaining to your daily life as a student in Finland. Please bear in mind that some of the services are available only to degree students in Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes. Always check directly from the service provider whether you are eligible for their service.
Find jobs and internships on Jobteaser
The Jobteaser service contains listings for jobs and internships as well as information on interesting employers in Finland and around Europe. Jobteaser also offers helpful career events to students.Get to know Jobteaser and log in here!