Media and Arts

High technology and a sense of community are "in the air" at Mediapolis, and form an excellent setting for studying media. Students can build the foundations of their own professional growth by creating contents for different media in a high-energy environment. Students also have excellent opportunities to establish important contacts with companies operating under the same roof. The best known of the companies which use the Mediapolis facilities is Finland's national public service broadcasting company - YLE

Degree: Bachelor of Culture and Arts

Full-time studies

240 cr (4 years)

Study field: Culture

Tampere, Mediapolis

Application period 10. - 25.1.2017

Begins: August 2017

Tuition fee: 9 800 / academic year
(non-EU/EEA students only)


Study objectives

The focus of the degree programme is to provide up-to-date competences in a continuously changing and growing international media and arts sector. The studies follow three main study paths:

  • Interactive Media
  • Music Production
  • Fine Art.

The main study paths are subdivided into study modules, which lead to high professional competences in one or more of the following areas of application: web design and services, game design, motion graphics design, production and content design, music production and music business, song writing, sound design, event production, cultural export, fine art photography, moving image, drawing and painting, animation, and applied fine art.

The general aim of the studies is that students become professionals who are able to work as experts, developers and entrepreneurs in the field, both in Finland and abroad.

On a more specific level, the  main objectives are that the graduate will

  • become capable of creative innovations and solutions which can be applied in practice.
  • master the media, working methods and technology of her/his speciality.
  • be able to act professionally in the typical communication and interaction situations of the field.
  • be able to design, create and head media and art -related productions, and act as member of a team.
  • acquire the competence to enter both national and international fields of employment as a professional and as an entrepreneur.

Choosing a main subject of field of specialization

The main study paths are Interactive Media, Music Production, and Fine Art.

These are subdivided into study modules (e.g. game and web design, music business and event production, fine art photography, moving image, applied fine art).

You can build your own field of expertise by choosing or combining studies from the range of study options on offer. Choosing studies from more than one main or subsidiary study path is also possible. The curriculum also contains large sections and projects which are shared between study paths and with other related degree programmes in Art, Music and Media.

Tuition fees and scholarships

Tuition fees

From 2017 onwards, the degree carries a tuition fee of EUR 9 800 / academic year for non-EU/EEA students. Applicants must submit relevant documentation together with their application.

The fees will not concern those students who

  • have started their studies before 1st August 2017
  • are citizens of EU/EEA/Switzerland
  • have an EU Blue Card
  • have a continuous residence permit card in Finland, Type A permit
  • have a permanent residence permit card in Finland, Type P permit
  • have an EU residence permit for third-country citizens with long-term residence permit card in Finland (Type P-EU)
  • have an EU Family Member's Residence Card in Finland

If you are unsure about whether you'd be subject to tuition fees, check the 'Am I required to pay tuition fees?' section on the Studyinfo.fi application site.

 

Scholarships

EARLY BIRD -scholarship: If an accepted student confirms the allocated study place within 7 days from the publication of results, their first year tuition fee is reduced by 50%.

Academic award -scholarship: Studies completed at the end of each year, together with a high enough GPA awards students with 25-50% reduction to the following year's tuition fee.

Academic excellence -scholarship: At the time of graduation, students may be eligible for significant Academic Excellence scholarships. These scholarships are governed by the TAMK's R&D Fund. They can be based on final thesis quality, excellence in project work, exceptional practical training success or other grounds set by the Fund.

 

NB! Fee and scholarship schedule can be found in each programme's "Application" tab at the top of the page.

 

Career opportunities

Graduates of the degree programme have many challenging, national and international job opportunities in e.g. television, theatre, interactive media, digital media companies, content production, advertising agencies, game houses, record companies, publishing companies, booking agencies, event production companies, recording and mastering studios, art organizations, galleries, and production companies.

Possible job titles include e.g. animator, art director, concept designer, game artist, graphic designer, project manager, producer, UI designer, web designer, web programmer, artist (Fine Art), art photographer, art director in communal projects, sound designer, song writer, performing artist, live sound and light engineer, event producer, and production manager.

 

Postgraduate study opportunities

After your Bachelor's degree and three years of work experience you can apply for the Master of Culture and Arts degree programme. The Master's degree awarded by universities of applied sciences is 60-90 credits in scope, and requires 1-2 years of part-time study.

The Master's degree awarded by a university of applied sciences offers the same qualifications for positions in the public administration sector as a master's degree awarded by a university.

 

Study content

The first year provides a broad perspective on  the basic skills needed on each study path. In the spring term you will select the first module of your specialization. After the first year you will know how to use the essential tools and techniques.

In the second year you will gain hands-on experience by working with customers. You will also study international networked media culture and English language. In the spring you will choose your second module and learn to use the professional production techniques which are central to your selected specialization (choosing modules across paths is possible).

During the third year you will deepen and broaden your professional insight into your specialization either by participating in an international study exchange, or by choosing a third study module at TAMK. (Choosing modules across paths is possible.) In the spring term the syllabus consists of international art and media studies, working with customers, and practical training.

The fourth year programme consists of studying media analysis and research. You may choose free-choice studies or one more module on top of studying basic research methods. In the spring term you will do practical training and produce a bachelor's thesis.

 

Make your own path

Please notice that the description of the studies given above is just an example of a study plan. You will have the opportunity to plan your individual study programme with teacher tutors and a student counsellor.

You may specialize in a number of fields of expertise:

  • visual design
  • motion graphics design
  • web design
  • game design
  • song writing
  • music production
  • sound design
  • event production
  • live event technology
  • moving image
  • fine art photography
  • applied fine art
  • drawing and painting
  • animation
  • cultural export
  • research, development & innovation
  • working with customers
  • entrepreneurship.

Combining studies from more than one main or subsidiary study path is possible. The curriculum also contains large sections and projects which are shared between different study paths and with other related degree programmes in Art, Music and Media.

 

Structure of studies

The scope of the degree programme is 240 credits in total, consisting of

  • basic and professional studies, 180 cr
  • practical training, 30 cr
  • free-choice studies, 15 cr
  • bachelor's thesis, 15 cr.

To ensure good possibilities for employment, the studies include about five months (30 credits) of practical training. It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with more than one work task and working place during the training period. You will get guidance for the practical training from a supervising teacher from TAMK, and the school and the workplace will jointly agree on your working and learning objectives.

Read more from study guide

 

Final project

The final project required for the Bachelor's degree consists of a thesis, an evaluation seminar and a maturity test. The thesis may take the following forms:

  • a media project, development work or a work of art, including a critical written part describing and reflecting on the work and its theoretical background.
  • a written research report.

Internationalization

As a TAMK student you have the opportunity to complete part of your degree abroad in one of TAMK's partner universities, of which we have over 300 in more than 50 countries. The practical training, too, can be done anywhere in the world; you are free to arrange your training placements to suit your own international career plans.  Other means of guaranteeing a truly international and multicultural study experience is to immerse yourself in language studies, peer tutoring for other international students, friend-family activities, and international projects and themed weeks.

 

Co-operation with other parties

Working with customers is one of the key areas of the studies. During your studies you will learn to create content for customer-based productions. You will also work with customers and/or participate in research and development projects in media and arts -related tasks.

Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Tampere University of Technology and the University of Tampere (Tampere3) will form a joint higher education institution (HEI) in 2018. Closer cooperation is already pursued by offering the degree students of all these three HEIs the opportunity to seek certain studies at the other Tampere3 institutions from autumn 2016 onwards.

 

Contact Us

In matters pertaining to study content or other academic matters, please contact Student Counsellor Ms Kirsi-Marja Uimonen.

With questions about the national joint application system or the transfer application process, please contact the Admissions Office. The contact information can be found on the "Application" tab.

 

See also

How to apply in brief

Applying to TAMK's English Bachelor's degree programmes is only possible once a year. Application period is always in January and the studies begin in August.

The application period for the next intake is 10 - 25 January 2017. 

Pre-task or required reading will be published on this website in December 2016 and your must follow separate instructions for each degree programme. Please note that all required application documents must reach TAMK Admissions Office by 8 February 2017.

The electronic application form will be available during the application period in the Finnish national application portal:  www.studyinfo.fi.

 

Application instructions step by step

Media and Arts (Bachelor of Culture and Arts, DP in Media and Arts)

Please find the detailed application instructions below. The instructions are listed in chronological order, so you can proceed step by step. Please note you should read all the sections carefully to be able to apply.

Some of the instructions concern all TAMK's Bachelor's degrees, some only this degree programme. The instructions marked with the text "All Bachelor's degrees" are the same for all Bachelor's degrees: thus, if you apply for more than one degree programmes at TAMK, you only have to read them once.


Check your eligibility All Bachelor's degrees

Eligibility for the degree programme is given by the general eligibility for Bachelor's degrees in universities of applied sciences in Finland. Show more

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General eligibility for Bachelor's degrees

Eligibility for the degree programme is given by the general eligibility for Bachelor's degrees in universities of applied sciences in Finland. Sufficient English language skills are also required for degree programmes conducted in English.

The general eligibility to apply for Bachelor's degree programmes in Finnish universities of applied sciences is given by:

  • upper secondary education or matriculation examination completed in Finland
  • International Baccalaureate (IB), Reifeprüfung (RP) or European Baccalaureate (EB) Diploma
  • upper secondary vocational qualification with a scope of 120 credit units or an equivalent previous vocational qualification with a minimum scope of 80 credit unit completed in Finland
  • post-secondary or higher vocational level diploma completed in Finland
  • upper secondary, further or specialist vocational qualification as a competence-based qualification, or an equivalent previous qualification completed in Finland; or
  • foreign degree or qualification which gives eligibility for higher education in the awarding country. See the admission requirements for each country here

Qualification completed outside of Finland

EU/EEA citizens graduating in spring 2017 or those applying with an IB, EB or RP Diploma completed in spring 2017 can submit certificate copies by 14 July 2017.

Those applicants who are applying with qualification completed outside of Finland or not among the abovementioned must have completed their studies by the end of the application period. They must have their final qualification certificate ready (dated, signed and stamped) by the end of the application period. These applicants must provide copy of the original certificate to the admissions office of first-choice UAS by the end of the application period.

Universities of Applied Sciences accept only final certificates awarded by national and regional bodies who have the right to grant educational certificates. Various other documents such as "Testimonials", "Statements of Results", "Examination Results" or "Result Slips" are not considered as official certificates and as such, those will not be accepted. Note that if you have scratch card, it is advisable to attach the card to your certificate.

The attachments must be sent by email to attachments@tamk.fi. After the TAMK has received the required documents, the applicant's eligibility will be determined for all application options.

Refugee or refugee-like situation

If the applicant is a refugee or in refugee-like situation and the qualifications cannot be proven through documentary evidence, TAMK can consider whether the applicant can be invited to the entrance exam / online interview despite the fact that TAMK does not use discretionary admission. The applicant must prove their refugee status by reference to a decision made by competent authority.


Read admission criteria carefully Bachelor of Culture and Arts, DP in Media and Arts

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Admission criteria | Selection between applicants with equal points

Admission criteria of DP in Media and Arts

Applicants for the degree programme in Media and Arts are ranked and admitted based on the number of points awarded for the online interview. The maximum number of points is 100.

Applicants will be invited to online interview based on the quality of their pre-task (evaluation pass/fail). The pre-task will be published in this website in December 2016 and must be submitted by 25 January 2017 by 3 pm. (Finnish time) to TAMK according the instructions given on the pre-task.

Online interviews will be carried out between 20-23 February 2017. You will receive an invitation with an alloted time and instructions for the interview, should your pre-task be approved.

 

NEW! There is no separate extrance exam in 2017!

 

 

Selection between applicants with equal points

If two or more applicants earn the same points, they will be ranked on the following bases:

  1. order of preference
  2. online interview points

If the admission points are still tied after ranking applicants based on the above-mentioned criteria, the application system will automatically draw the order.


Prepare and submit pre-task Bachelor of Culture and Arts, DP in Media and Arts

Applicants of TAMK's Media and Arts have to prepare and submit a pre-task by 25 January 2017. Pre-task instructions will be published here by 15 December 2016.

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Applicants will be invited to the online interview based on the quality of their pre-task. The pre-task is evaluated on the scale pass/fail.

Submit the official online application AND the pre-task by 25 January 2017 by 3 pm (Finnish time). Follow the instructions given on the pre-task. Please note to submit all the required sections. If you pass the pre-task, you will receive instructions and an alloted time for the online interview.


Submit online application All Bachelor's degrees

The electronic application form is available during the application period 10 - 25 January 2017 at www.studyinfo.fi.

Please note that in the Studyinfo portal your e-mail address is only valid for filling out one application. You cannot fill out additional applications with one e-mail address.

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Online application | Order of preference and scholarships

Online application

Applying to TAMK's English Bachelor's degree programmes is possible only once in a year. Application period is always in January and the studies begin in August.

The application period is 10 - 25 January 2017

The electronic application form is available during the application period in the Finnish national application portal at www.studyinfo.fi.

Please note that your e-mail address is only valid for filling out one application. You cannot fill out additional applications with one e-mail address.

Please note that the order of preference is binding and it cannot be changed after the application period ends. You can be admitted only one study place. The joint application system will offer a study place which is highest on your order of preference, and to which you have received enough admission points in order to be admitted.

Order of preference and scholarships

You may by thinking of applying to other universities or UAS's in Finland. Please note that you must mark the order of preferences on your application, and the order is binding (i.e. you cannot accept a place in your 3rd choice if you are accepted to your 1st or 2nd).

Non-EU/EEA citizens: If you wish to qualify for the Early Bird -scholarship at TAMK, you must have TAMK as your 1st choice and you must accept the offered study place allocation within 7 days from the time that student selection results are published.

 


Send required enclosures Bachelor of Culture and Arts, DP in Media and Arts

Send the required documents to TAMK Admissions Office by 8 February 2017 by 3 pm (Finnish time). The list of required documents can be found below. Required documents can be sent by post or as an e-mail attachment to admissions@tamk.fi

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Required enclosures | Copy of secondary school certificate | Authorised translation | Passport identity page | Proof of residence status

Required enclosures

In order to demonstrate their eligibility to apply to Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences, applicants who are applying with qualification completed outside of Finland, must send required documents to the TAMK Admissions Office by 8 February 2017 by 3 pm (Finnish time).

The required documents are:

  • photocopy of the original secondary school certificate
  • translation of the certificate into English, Finnish or Swedish, if the original is not in one of these languages
  • photocopy of passport identity page
  • photocopy of proof of residence status

Required documents can be sent by post or as an e-mail attachment to admissions@tamk.fi

The postal address of TAMK's Admissions Office is as follows:

TAMK Admissions Office
Kuntokatu 3
33520 TAMPERE
FINLAND

 

Copy of secondary school certificate

Universities of Applied Sciences accept only final certificates awarded by national and regional bodies who have the right to grant educational certificates. Various other documents such as "Testimonials", "Statements of Results", "Examination Results" or "Result Slips" are not considered as official certificates and as such, those will not be accepted.

Deadline to reach TAMK Admissions Office:  8 February 2017 at 3 pm (Finnish time)

NB! EU/EEA citizens graduating in spring 2017 or those applying with an IB, EB or RP Diploma completed in spring 2017 can submit certificate copies by 14 July 2017.

Authorised translation 

Applicants who are applying with qualification completed outside of Finland, must send a photocopy of official English, Finnish or Swedish translation of their original secondary school certificate, if the original certificate is not written in one of these languages. The translation must be done by authorised translator and it must have authorised translator's signature and stamp. 

Deadline to reach TAMK Admissions Office:  8 February 2017 at 3 pm (Finnish time)

Passport identity page

All applicants must submit a copy of their passport identity page to establish their nationality. This pertains to the new legislation on tuition fees for non-EU/EEA citizens or holders of residence status in within the EU/EEA.

The copy must be fully legible and the photo must be identifiable.

NB! Also Finnish and EU/EEA applicants must submit copies!

Deadline to reach TAMK Admissions Office:  8 February 2017 at 3 pm (Finnish time)

 

Proof of residence status

There will be a tuition fee applicable to students who are not citizens of countries of the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA).

You are exempted from paying tuition fees if you hold one of the documents listed below.

  • Passport of Citizen of EU/EEA/Switzerland
  • EU Blue Card
  • Type A permit (continuous residence permit in Finland)
  • Type P permit (permanent residence permit in Finland)
  • Type P-EU permit (EU residence permit for third-country citizens with long-term residence in Finland)

Non-EU/EEA citizens must submit a copy of their existing residence permit to establish their residence status. This pertains to the new legislation on tuition fees for non-EU/EEA citizens or holders of residence status in within the EU/EEA.

The copy must be fully legible and the photo must be identifiable.

Deadline to reach TAMK Admissions Office:  8 February 2017 at 3 pm (Finnish time)

 

 


Apply for special arrangements in admission Bachelor of Culture and Arts, DP in Media and Arts

If you have special needs which should be taken into account when arranging your online interview, please fill in the application form and deliver it with the other required enclosures to TAMK Admissions Offce by 8 February 2017.

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If you have special needs which should be taken into account when arranging your online interview, please fill in the application form and deliver it with the other required enclosures to TAMK Admissions Offce by 8 February 2017.

You need to describe your special needs and the grounds for special online interview arrangements in the application. Please enclose any relevant copies (e.g. medical certificate).

Application form

If you do not deliver the application in time, Tampere University of Applied Sciences has no responsibility to make any special arrangements.

If the need for special arrangements arises or is discovered between the end of the application period (25 January 2017) and the scheduled online interview (20-23 February 2017), you must deliver the special arrangement application without delay to TAMK Admissions Office.

The special arrangement decision only applies to one application round.


Online interview Bachelor of Culture and Arts, DP in Media and Arts

Invitation letters to online interviews will be sent mid-February 2017. If you pass the pre-task (evaluation pass/fail) you will receive an invitation and an alloted time between 20-23 February 2017.

Please note that interviews will be arranged during office hours Finnish time!

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Applicants will be invited to online interviews based on the quality of their pre-task. The pre-task is evaluated on the scale pass/fail. The pre-task can be found above by 15 December 2016.

Submit the pre-task by 25 January 2017 at 3 pm Finnish time according the instructions given on the pre-task. If you receive a passing grade, you are invited to an online interview.

The online interview is tied together with the pre-task and will test applicants' motivation and suitability to the field of study. Applicants will be alloted a time between 20-23 February 2017 and must be prepared to be interviewed (i.e. have a computer with microphone and camera available) at the time given. Please note that interviews will be arranged during office hours Finnish time!

If you have special needs which should be considered when arranging the online interview, please apply for special arrangements (see above) in due course.

Results of student selection - Confirm your study place Bachelor of Culture and Arts, DP in Media and Arts

The results of student selection for the August 2017 intake will be published by 3 March 2017. Admitted applicants must confirm their study place by 15 July 2017 at 3 pm (Finnish time).

NB! Non-EU/EEA students: To qualify for the Early Bird -scholarship you must have TAMK as your 1st choice institution within Finland and accept the offered study place within 7 days!

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Results | Confirm the offered study place | Original certificates | One study place | Enroll for studies | Appeals

Results

Application results for the August 2017 intake will be published by 3 March 2017.

All applicants

  • See their results by logging in to Studyinfo.fi
  • Receive an email/a letter stating their result and points 
  • Admitted applicants receive also a notice of admittance by email.

Confirm the offered study place in time

Admitted applicants must confirm their study place by 15 July 2017 at 3 pm (Finnish time) by logging in to Studyinfo.fi or by filling in TAMK's own eForm. If the confirmation has not been done by the set date and time, the applicant will lose the offered study place.

NB! Non-EU/EEA students: To qualify for the Early Bird -scholarship you must have TAMK as your 1st choice institution within Finland and accept the offered study place within 7 days!

Confirmation of the study place is binding and cannot be altered or cancelled.

If you are later admitted from the reserve list, you will have two weeks of time to confirm your study place. Please read your email regularly for getting the possible admittance email in time. The final day of admittance is 15 August 2017.

Original certificates

The original certificates will be checked at the beginning of the studies. Student admission is conditional until TAMK has checked the admitted students' school certificates at the beginning of the studies.

Certificate delivery instructions are given in the admission letter. TAMK may withdraw the admission if you do not deliver the certificates by the set date or if you have given false information.

One study place

You can only accept one study place among Bachelor's/Master's Degrees in Finland starting during the same academic year (1 Aug-31 Dec/1 Jan-31 Jul). Although you register as absent or quit your studies, you cannot accept another study place during the same academic year.

Applicants who are accepted to the degree programme which they placed in highest place in the order of preference on the application form, cannot anymore at confirmation stage choose a study place from lower preference options. 

This is to ensure that as many applicants as possible gets a new study place annually.

Enroll for studies

When accepting the study place, you have to also register as present/absent to your studies at TAMK in Studyinfo.fi or by TAMK's own eForm.

According to Finnish legislations, a first-year student may register as absent for the academic year for the following reasons only:

1) Finnish military service under the Conscription Act (1438/2007), Non-Military Service Act (1446/2007), or Act on Women's Voluntary Military Service (194/1995);

2) maternity, paternity or parental leave;

3) the student cannot begin studies due to being incapacitated by personal illness or injury.

If you register as absent, you must prove the legal grounds for your absence. TAMK requires you to present these documents by 15 July 2017 at 3 pm (Finnish time). Documents must be delivered to TAMK Admissions Office.

If you register as absent in your first academic year, but fail to deliver upon request sufficient clarification regarding the grounds for your absence within the deadline, you will lose your right to study.

Appeals

If you believe that there has been a mistake in the student selection or the set admission criteria have not been applied correctly, you can submit a written request for rectification of the student selection decision addressed to TAMK Board of Examiners within 14 days after the student selection results have been published.

Always check the admission criteria of the programme first and contact to TAMK Admissions Office before writing the request. If the issue cannot be solved by the admissions officials, you are advised to submit a written request for rectification.

Tuition fees and scholarships


Tuition fees and scholarships (non-EU/EEA students only) All Bachelor's degrees

Finnish higher education institutions must by law charge tuition fees from degree students coming from outside the EU/EEA. The fees are charged from students starting their studies from autumn 2017. Show more

TAMK has set the following tuition fees for non-EU/EEA degree students:

  • 9 800 € for bachelor-level studies / academic year
  • 10 800 € for master-level studies / academic year

Students with a long-term/permanent residence permit or immediate family members to a citizen or a long-term/permanent residence permit holder are exempted from tuition fees. Exemption of each applicant will be determined individually based on the required application enclosures.

 

Fee schedule and Scholarships (Bachelor's level)

 

FIRST YEAR PAYMENTS

31 May

4 900 € must be received by TAMK

1ST INSTALLMENT

(NB! Early Bird scholarship below)

31 August 4 900 € must be received by TAMK

2ND INSTALLMENT

(Excluding those that have been awarded the Early Bird scholarship.)

Early bird -scholarship

If an accepted student confirms the allocated study place within 7 days from the publication of results, their first year tuition fee is reduced by 50%.

This is realized by exclusion from the 2nd installment to be paid in August.

 

 

 

SECOND YEAR PAYMENTS

31 March - 31 May  

Registration for attendance / non-attendance for the next academic year

 
31 May

4 900 € must be received by TAMK

1ST INSTALLMENT
15 August

Studies from previous academic year / summer must be in the student register.

 
31 August  4 900 € must be received by TAMK

2ND INSTALLMENT

(Excluding those that have been awarded the Academic Award -scholarship)

Academic award -scholarship

Studies completed ≥ 60 credits and GPA ≥ 4.0: second year tuition fee is reduced by 50%.

This is realized by exclusion from the 2nd installment to be paid in August.

Studies completed ≥ 60 credits and GPA ≥ 3.0: second year tuition fee is reduced by 25%.

This is realized by reduced billing for the 2nd installment to be paid in August.

 

 

THIRD YEAR PAYMENTS

31 March - 31May    

Registration for attendance / non-attendance for the next academic year

 
31 May

4 900 € must be received by TAMK

1ST INSTALLMENT
15 August 

Studies from previous academic year / summer must be in the student register.

 
31 August  4 900 € must be received by TAMK

2ND INSTALLMENT

(Excluding those that have been awarded the Academic Award -scholarship.)

Academic award -scholarship

Studies completed ≥ 120 credits and GPA ≥ 4.0: third year tuition fee is reduced by 50%.

This is realized by exclusion from the 2nd installment to be paid in August.

Studies completed ≥ 120 credits and GPA ≥ 3.0: third year tuition fee is reduced by 25%.

This is realized by reduced billing for the 2nd installment to be paid in August.

 

 

FOURTH YEAR PAYMENTS

31 March   
 - 31 May 

Registration for attendance / non-attendance for the next academic year

 
31 May 

2 450 € (3.5 year programme) must be received by TAMK

or

4 900 € (4-year programme) must be received by TAMK

1ST INSTALLMENT
15 August 

Studies from previous academic year / summer must be in the student register.

 
31 August

2 450 € (3.5 year programme) must be received by TAMK

or

4 900 € (4-year programme) must be received by TAMK

2ND INSTALLMENT

(Excluding those that have been awarded the Academic Award -scholarship)

Academic award -scholarship

Studies completed ≥ 180 credits and GPA ≥ 4.0: fourth year tuition fee is reduced by 50%.

This is realized by exclusion from the 2nd installment to be paid in August.

Studies completed ≥ 180 credits and GPA ≥ 3.0: fourth year tuition fee is reduced by 25%.

This is realized by reduced billing for the 2nd installment to be paid in August.

 
Academic excellence -scholarships

At the time of graduation, students may be eligible for significant Academic Excellence scholarships. These scholarships are governed by the TAMK's R&D Fund.

Scholarships can be based on final thesis quality, excellence in project work, exceptional practical training success or other grounds set by the Fund.

 

 

Apply!

Click the button below and you will land on the page of this degree programme at Studyinfo website. There you can fill in the application form during the application period.

Contact us

TAMK's Admissions Office assists applicants with questions about the national joint application system or the transfer application process.

Open Mon-Fri between 10.00 - 13.00 (Finnish time)

Exceptional opening hours:

In December Mon-Fri between 12.00 - 14.00

Closed: 7 December

23 December 10.00 - 12.00

Customer service only by phone and email: 5 December, 27 - 30 December


TAMK Admissions Office
Kuntokatu 33520
TAMPERE, FINLAND
admissions(a)tamk.fi

tel. +358 3 245 2395
 

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Confirm your study place within 7 days from the publication of results, and pay only 50% of the first year tuition fee!

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Tuition fees are charged from non-EU/EEA students only.

Curriculum

The curriculum describes the thread and competence development objectives of your studies. It includes the study modules and courses of the degree programme. The curriculum contents are developed based on working life and student feedback.