My decision to study IBM at TAMK is one of the few choices I've made that has proven to be a perfect fit. Being here is precisely the enchanting adventure I had envisioned from the very beginning.
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– Tampere Student Ambassadors
My name is Bianca, and I am from Brazil. I am a student in the Master's degree program for Teaching, Learning, and Media Education at Tampere University. Here is the story of how I chose to come and study at Tampere University.
Student-organized events are fundamentally one of the most memorable parts of student life. At Tampere University, both local and international students get to enjoy a variety of different events and free-time activities that provide an excellent opportunity to balance student’s social life with studies. In this blog post, Maria and Tana will introduce two of the most well-known monthly student parties of Tampere University: Kolmiot and Symposium.
Moving to Finland for studies is an exciting yet challenging endeavor, and it will be even more challenging if you aren’t prepared to move your life over here for the next couple of years. This was something that constantly ran through my mind as someone who was 1) moving away long-term from my home country for the first time ever; and 2) deathly afraid of being underprepared for anything. Hence, this blog was borne out of the paranoia I had before coming here, the experience I’ve had in my studies thus far, and the genuine desire to be of some help to all the new faces that will be gracing the campuses later this year (mostly this last one). Now, we won’t be listing every single item you should stuff into your luggage, but rather a few essentials (and a couple of surprises) that I think might make your transition to life in Tampere much smoother.
Hi everyone! I'm Emma, a second-year master's student of Security Governance at Tampere University. As students, most of us are looking for ways to save money, and one great way to do so is by buying secondhand. If you are studying in Tampere, you are in luck, as the city has plenty of great secondhand stores and flea markets to offer!
The arena offers over 12 000 seats and is unique in Finland. A new tram system and the arena, both opened in 2021, have both enhanced the city’s public image and popularity. The arena is located in the near vicinity of the city center campus of the Tampere University, which makes it possible to see the arena from the campus.
Hei Hei everyone! I’m Yen Tran – a final-year student in Software Engineering at TAMK. I have been a freshwater fish aquarium hobbyist since I was at the university in Vietnam. Fortunately, I brought up this hobby in Finland.