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Teaching, Learning and Media Education

Tampere University

Educating for a sustainable future

Shape the future of education! Are you interested in the future of education and how to develop education as a building block for a more equal and sustainable future? Teaching, Learning, and Media Education is a two-year Master's Programme that focuses on the knowledge and competencies needed to develop and implement high-quality educational environments, practices, and curricula in diverse educational contexts.


Master's degree (University)

Degree earned

Master of Arts (Education)

Planned duration

2 years

Extent of studies

120 ECTS




City Centre Campus

Tuition fee for non-EU/EEA citizens

10000 €/academic year

Link to scholarship programme

Gain a broad understanding of contemporary education and educational research

We offer courses on highly interesting and timely topics in education, such as media education, digital literacies, game-based learning, inclusive education, curriculum studies, and quality of education. Research-based knowledge is emphasized throughout the studies.

Multidisciplinary approach and study opportunities for building unique expertise

The programme provides a unique combination of topics that are crucial and current for various actors working in the broad field of education. Strong research tradition makes it possible to consider timely issues from a multidisciplinary perspective. Moreover, the multidisciplinary Tampere University community offers you a wide range of courses to choose your elective studies from.

Various career paths

After completing the programme, you will have an extensive understanding of the relationships between teaching and learning in today’s media-saturated society. You will also have the conceptual tools needed to evaluate and enhance the quality of education.  

Graduates of the programme will become experts in public, private, and civil society sectors. They could work, for example, as educators, educational experts, coordinators, researchers, or administrators.

The Master's Programme in Teaching, Learning and Media Education does not provide graduates with a formal teaching qualification.

Join the programme and shape the future of education!

Students at Hervanta campus classroom

For more information

Please read through the information provided. For further questions regarding the application process, contact our Admissions office at or for questions regarding the content of the programme, please contact Ms. Sari Hyttinen,