If you have not found an answer to your questions in these pages, please contact TAMK Exchange Student Services: incoming.tamk [at] tuni.fi If you have a diagnosed illness, learning disability or disability, we will do our best to help you study at TAMK. For example, deafness, visual impairment or other sensory impairments, dyslexia, panic disorder or Asperger`s syndrome. Please enter this information into your application form. Students who come to TAMK through the Erasmus or Nordplus programme also have the opportunity to apply for an accessibility grant. For more information, please contact your Erasmus or Nordplus coordinator at your home university. If you arrive at TAMK through an agreement other than Erasmus or Nordplus, please inquire about applying for an accessibility grant from your home university. You can apply if you are a student at a university that has a valid agreement on student exchanges (such as Erasmus, Nordplus, FIRST or bilateral student exchanges) with TAMK. Our Erasmus code is SF TAMPERE06. The duration of an exchange of studies may be one or two semesters under the terms of the bilateral agreement between TAMK and the partner university concerned: all applicants must be officially appointed by their university of origin for incoming.tamk [at] tuni.fi. Our Erasmus code is SF TAMPERE06.

The appointment must contain the following information for each student: You can participate in an exchange if there is an official agreement between your home university and TAMK. Unfortunately, TAMK does not accept students outside of these agreements (usually known as host or non-graduate runners). If your university does not have an agreement with TAMK, please check with your own international office about other universities with which your university has agreements or if you enter into an agreement with TAMK. Tampere Hochschule for Angewandte Wissenschaften (TAMK) welcomes students in exchange from international partner universities with whom we have concluded a bilateral exchange agreement. The required knowledge of English at TAMK is B2 via the Common European Reference Framework for Languages (CER). Students applying for the TAMK exchange must have studied at least one year at their home university prior to the start of the tamK exchanges. Exceptionally, candidates for physiotherapy training must have completed at least two years and at least one practical training phase at their home university. . Decisions regarding the admission of international exchange students are made by the invited students. The selection process lasts approximately three weeks after the deadline for submitting applications has expired.

Once we have received nominations from our partner universities, we send the link to the online application form via email to the nominated students. We will not post the link to the application online on our website and will not take paper requests into account. In the following health and care programs, the exchange time in the following health and care programs may be less than one semester, but must be at least 90 days. The exact dates of the exchange are shown separately. A candidate must first be appointed by the university of origin for the exchange. The applicant then receives instructions from TAMK on how to complete and download the application file online. The exchanges will be confirmed after the official approval of the exchange by the original university and tamk. Hospitality Management Students taking hospital management culinary courses must send a negative salmonella test of 30 days at least 1 week prior to their arrival by email. The results must be clearly expressed in English. Biomedical laboratory science, nursing, physiotherapy, radiotherapy, radiotherapy and radiotherapy and social services (training): students from Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Ecuador, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Mozambique, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Romania, Russia, South Korea Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda and Vietnam.