Science and Engineering - Natural Sciences and Mathematics
The Bachelor’s Programme in Science and Engineering offers all this! It is a cross-disciplinary degree programme that provides you with a solid grounding in several core fields of engineering and the ability to follow rapid technological developments and apply scientific methods.
The Science and Engineering programme has two tracks: Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and Computing and Electrical Engineering.
The major subjects available in the Natural Sciences and Mathematics track are
- Biomedical Engineering
We offer our students high-quality teaching in relatively small, multicultural study groups where teamwork is strongly supported. In addition to providing a sound theoretical basis for further studies in the field of technology, the programme places special emphasis on internationality, employability and connections to industry. With this unique combination, our students are well-prepared for the international world of research and industry.
Graduates with a Bachelor of Science in Technology degree are eligible to continue their studies directly towards a master's degree at Tampere University without having to re-apply. There are multiple options to choose from among the English-taught Masters of Science (Tech) programmes offered by Tampere University.
Eligible applicants hold an upper secondary education certificate - the Finnish matriculation examination, the International Baccalaureate, the European Baccalaureate, Reifeprüfung/Die Deutsche Internationale Abiturprüfung or any other comparable upper secondary educational qualification which provides eligibility for University-level Bachelor’s studies in the country in question.
Applicants who are in the final semester of their upper secondary education are also eligible to apply. They must complete the previous degree before starting the studies in the program.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
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- Signals and Measurements
- Physics 1
- Physics 2
- Physics 3
- Physics 4
- Chemistry for Engineers
- Introduction to Academic Studies
- Career Planning
- Mathematics 1
- Mathematics 2
- Mathematics 3
- Mathematics 5
- Multivariable Calculus
- programing 1: Introduction
- Basics of Industrial Management
- Information and Communications Technology
- Biomedical Engineering, intermediate studies as elective studies
- Communications and Networking, Intermediate Studies as Elective Studies
- Computational Biology, intermediate studies as elective studies
- Industrial Management
- Information Technology, Intermediate Studies as Elective Studies
- Materials Technology, Intermediate Studies as Elective Studies, NS/ENG
- Sales in Technology-Driven Industries, Intermediate Studies as Elective Studies
- Signal Processing and Machine Learning
- Bachelor's Thesis
- Proficiency Test for Bachelor's Thesis
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please visit the university website for more information.
Tuition fee for non-EU/EEA citizens: 10000 € per academic year.
You will not be required to pay the fee if you are:
- an EU/EEA citizen
- equivalent to EU/EEA citizen (i.e. citizen of Switzerland)
- already reside in Finland (a continuous A or a permanent P/P-EU residence permit), or have an EU Blue Card issued in Finland. The exempting residence permit must be valid when you are applying for studies and at least until 1 August i.e. when the study right commences. Please note that a residence permit in another EU/EEA country does not exempt you from the tuition fee.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will earn a Bachelor of Science (Tech) degree (180 ECTS).
After completion of the program, the students
- understand the role of mathematics, physical sciences, and information and communications technology in the modern-day society and have the competence to follow the development and societal significance of their field
- know the basics of the essential areas of mathematics and physics
- are able to apply skills in mathematical and physical modeling, computational methods and numerics to solve problems related to mathematics, physics and information and communications technology
- are able to use scientific methods to interpret information, draw conclusions and report on their findings
- have active language and intercultural communication skills and are able to communicate fluently in writing and verbally in English in the context of their field
- have the competence to apply their acquired knowledge and skills in working life and understand the demands of the Finnish working life as well as of international settings
- are prepared for professional development and lifelong learning
After completing the degree of Bachelor of Science in Technology, you are eligible to continue studies directly in one of Tampere University’s Master’s programs in English. The subjects and courses studied in the Bachelor’s degree determine which Master’s programs you are eligible for. Studies in at least the following programs are possible:
- Master’s Degree program in Automation Engineering
- Master’s Degree program in Biomedical Sciences and Engineering
- Master’s Degree program in Industrial Engineering and Management
- Master’s Degree program in Information Technology
- Master’s Degree program in Electrical Engineering
- Master’s Degree program in Materials Science and Engineering - Natural Sciences and Mathematics
- Master’s Degree program in Photonic Technologies
Students who complete the International Degree program in Science and Engineering - Natural Sciences and Mathematics, BSc (Tech), receive a Bachelor's degree and a well-rounded education that opens up a wide range of career options. By carefully selecting the courses counted towards your Bachelor's degree to suit your preferred Master's program, you can set a direction for your future career. Our graduates have career opportunities, for example, in research and development in industry and in academic research and teaching.
About this institute
Tampere University is one of the most multidisciplinary universities in Finland. Almost all internationally recognised fields of study are represented at our university. Tampere University is a merger of the former University of Tampere and Tampere University of Technology. University...
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