Educational responsibility

According to the terms of its operating licence, TAMK is responsible for providing education in seven fields of study (culture, business, technology, natural resources, health care and social services, tourism and catering, humanities),  17 bachelor's degrees, and 15 master's degrees.

Bachelor's degrees

Culture

  • Bachelor of Culture and Arts (Music; Music and Pedagogy; Media and Arts)

 Business Administration

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Business Administration; Business Information Systems)

 Technology

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Energy and Environmental Engineering; ICT Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Process and Material Engineering; Construction and Civil Engineering; Electrical and Automation Engineering)
  • Bachelor of Construction Management
  • Bachelor of Construction Architecture

Natural Resources

  • Bachelor of Natural Resources

Health Care and Social Services

  • Bachelor of Health Care (Biomedical Laboratory Science; Emergency Care; Physiotherapy; Midwifery; Radiography and Radiotherapy; Nursing; Public Health Nursing)
  • Bachelor of Social Services

Tourism and Catering

  • Bachelor of Hospitality Management

Master's degrees

Culture

  • Master of Culture and Arts (Music; Music and Pedagogy; Media and Arts)

Business Administration

  • Master of Business Administration

Technology

  • Master of Engineering

Natural Resources

  • Master of Natural Resources

Health Care and Social Services

  • Master of Health Care (Biomedical Laboratory Science; Emergency Care; Physiotherapy; Midwifery; Radiography and Radiotherapy; Nursing; Public Health Nursing)
  • Master of Social Services

Tourism and Catering

  • Master of Hospitality Management

Schools

Many ways to study

TAMK's educational provision is diverse and extensive. We offer a range of educational choices to meet different competence needs and to facilitate the participation of students in different life situations.

In degree-awarding education, you can study either full-time, or part-time alongside work. The bachelor's degree is a higher education qualification providing professional expertise for working life. Bachelor's programmes can be completed in four years on average. The master's degree programmes are shorter and are typically completed on a part-time basis alongside work.

The Open University of Applied Sciences is, as the name suggests, open for all. You can develop your competence through part-time studies, one course at a time. At the same time, you can try out bachelor's degree studies on a small scale before applying for a whole degree programme. Read more

The Vocational Teacher Education and Special Needs Teacher Education programmes lead to a pedagogical qualification which entitles you to teach in universities of applied sciences, vocational institutions, the adult education sector, and the general education sector. Read more

Other extension studies offer a range of possibilities to upgrade prior competence: the possibilities range from short courses on special themes to longer MBA programmes. Read more

Summer School is run jointly by the three universities in Tampere, and provides university-level courses taught in English. Read more