Tampere University of Technology (TUT) provides high-level education in technical sciences and architecture, engages in research and product development and furthers technical and scientific development in Finland. With ten student degree programmes and about 40 academic departments and units, it offers a wide spectrum of technological knowledge andskill.
Degrees offered by TUT are primary Master of Science in Engineering and Master of Science in Architecture. Postgraduate degrees are Licentiate in Technology and Doctor of Technology. Degree Programmes are: Architecture, Automation Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Fiber, Textile and Clothing Science, Industrial Management and Engineering, Materials Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
International University Programmes
TUT offers three International University Programs to visiting students in the subjects of Biomedical Engineering, Digital Signal Processing and Materials Science. The instruction language is English.
TUT belongs to the Nordic student exchange programmes for students of technology (NordTek, NordPlus). The University has also concluded co-operation agreements with universities outside the Nordic area (USA, Germany, France, Great Britain, Japan, China, etc.). The University participates in the following EU programs: ERASMUS, ECTS, COMETT and TEMPUS. In addition, several institutions of TUT participate in international projects such as COST, ESPRIT, RACE and EUREKA.
Studying in Tampere
What makes studying in Tampere so special? Tampere is the third largest town in Finland, 180 km from Helsinki. There are about half a million people living in the Tampere Region. Tampere offers a unique living and learning experience. There are plenty of opportunities to study in addition to enjoying Finland's unspoiled countryside. Tampere is surrounded by two big lakes and in the winter it is possible to go skiing and ice-skating.