Tampere University of Technology (TUT)
Department of Intelligent Hydraulics and Automation (IHA)
Korkeakoulunkatu 6 (institute) /
Hermiankatu 5 (heavy laboratory) /
Korkeakoulunkatu 16 (mobile laboratory)
FI-33720 Tampere, FINLAND

Tel.int: +358 3 3115 11
Direct: +358 40 1981 264
Fax: +358 3 3115 3015 (switchboard of TUT)


Studying at TUT

Tampere University of Technology (TUT) conducts scientific research in technology and architecture and provides higher education within these fields. TUT is the only university in Finland focusing solely on technology and has a lively campus of about 10000 engineering and architecture students.

TUT offers its students an opportunity for a broad, cross-disciplinary education. Competent Masters of Science in Technology and Architecture as well as Doctors in Technology or Architecture and Doctors of Philosophy graduate from TUT to work in key branches of industry, especially in the technology industries and in tasks related to the built environment. In terms of student numbers, the largest fields of study at TUT are information technology and electrical, mechanical, automation and civil engineering.

TUT's operations are founded on a combination of strong research of natural sciences and technology and research related to industry and business. Many research fields play a major role in addressing global challenges, such as climate change and demographic ageing. The most extensive and established of the international leading-edge fields of research at TUT are signal processing, nanophotonics and intelligent machines.

TUT offers eight international master's degree programmes in the following fields: Architecture, Biomedical Engineering, Business and Technology, Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Machine Automation, Materials Science and Science and Bioengineering. These programmes are conducted entirely in English. For more information, please visit: http://www.tut.fi/admissions

The University has striven to create favourable conditions for student exchange. All the faculties offer at least some courses in English. The courses offered within the international master's degree programmes are also available to exchange students.

TUT currently cooperates (in student exchange) with 230 universities around the world. Yearly about 250 students from TUT study abroad and about 400 exchange undergraduates study at TUT. In addition, about 150 new international students start their studies in the international master's programmes yearly.