The University of Tampere celebrated its 90th anniversary
The University of Tampere is a culturally-committed higher education institution with the social mission of educating visionaries who understand the world and change it.
The profile of the University of Tampere accentuates the university’s multifaceted research and education on society and health.
In its research, the University addresses the central issues in contemporary society. By providing critical knowledge and education, the university helps people and societies to improve their health and their cultural, social and economic well-being.
The basic values of the University are academic freedom, creativity and social responsibility. This means that everyone has an equal right to learn, to acquire knowledge, to participate and to make an impact on society.
Tampere, the home city of the University is the third biggest city in Finland.
This list contains both Finnish and English degree programmes offered at the University of Tampere.
Internationalisation Modules in Degree Programmes - press here
Welcome to the University of Tampere!
Links on this page lead you to information you will need when you arrive at UTA.
Services, facilities and Student ID Card
Services provided for students by students:
On the Studies site there is information on studies and study practices, teaching schedules and curricula and contact information of other student organizations.
Unipoli Sport provides high-quality, versatile and equal sports services for university students and personnel in the Tampere region. The purpose of sports services is to enhance the wellbeing of the target groups and to enable the possibilities for different level of physical exercise. You can use three campuses' services for just one fee!
Health Services for university students are provided by the Finnish Student Health Service, FSHS. To use FSHS services, you must be enrolled to the university as a present student.
University Chaplain Rev. is available for pastoral counceling at Taivaankansi Chapel Tuesday-Thursday 10:00-12:00. The chapel is located on the 5th floor in Pinni B building.
Associations and Meeting Places
AIESEC is an international student organisation for students interested in business, social sciences, education or languages. With offices in over 800 universities in 85 countries, AIESEC is the biggest international student organisation, concentrating on traineeships, seminars and educational courses in business and personal skills related topics, as well as parties §all around our wonderful world. For further information, contact the AIESEC-Tampere by e-maill:email@example.com
Address: Kauppakatu 10 C, tel. 214 2142.
For more information contact:
Address: Kuninkaankatu 15 A, tel. 214 8721 (office).
The Tampere Immigrant Associations’ Activity Centre (UNIPOINT) is meant for foreigners living in Tampere as well as for Finnish people interested in getting to know people from different cultures all around the world. The place is run mainly by volunteers – all interested parties are welcome to be come members. Come and see for yourself what it is all about!
Address: Keskustori 4, Tel. 050-527 1442
Global Village is an organisation formed by a small group of expatriates living in Tampere and wanting to assist those new to Tampere (and Finland) in their efforts to settle in. Global Village has a further goal of “internationalization” for the Tampere area. The people involved have learned through their own experiences how newcomers to this society can avoid many pitfalls and how to basically make being so far away from home not feel so lonely.
Global Village is also dedicated to the idea that many cultures in one place enriches the atmosphere and gives the whole society greater potential. In this spirit it intends to facilitate regular cultural events (Finnish events included, of course) so that everyone living in Tampere area can have opportunities to get to know each other. Global Village also encourages different people to trade knowledge and learn from each other in the form of a barter sys tem (vaihtopiiri).
For more information contact: Angie Pohja, Chairman of Global Village: 03-341 1471.
The International Women’s Meeting Place welcomes all women, both immigrants and Finnish, who are interested in different cultures. This meeting place for women and children is a home away
from home where you can, for example:
Address: Opiskelijankatu 5 (in Hervanta suburb), Tel: 317 8583
If you want to apply to this University visit: www.uta.fi/admissions/
33100 Tampere, Finland
FI-33014 Tampereen yliopisto
Tel. +358 3 355 111
Fax +358 3 213 4473
Info desk, Main building entrance hall, address: Kalevantie 4
tel. +358 50 318 6999, firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Mon–Fri 8.00–15.45
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