Open University Tracks - Tampere University of Technology

Open University Tracks

Tampere University of Technology offers Open University tracks taught in English in the field of technology. There are available a track for Bachelor's Degree Programme in Science and Engineering and tracks for Master's Degree Programmes.

Applicants seeking their first study place towards a master’s degree are the primary candidates to be admitted as degree students through the Open University Track. The studies to be completed in the degree programme must genuinely produce new competence for the applicant and cannot be largely similar in course content as previously completed studies. Individuals who already hold a study right for degree programme at TUT cannot be accepted as a degree student from an open university track.

 

Open University Track for Bachelor´s Degree Programme in Science and Engineering

The studies form a package of the degree-level studies, consisting of mathematics, physics and information and communications technology. The track studies are first-year courses from the Bachelor´s Degree Programme in Science and Engineering, BSc (Tech). The aim is to facilitate the student’s access to a full degree programme at a later time.

There are no preliminary knowledge requirements for the track. However, the student must demonstrate sufficient English language skills when applying for a degree programme after the track.

You can complete the track studies within an academic year. You have to be able to study full-time from Monday to Friday.

How to apply:

 

Applicants who hold a previously completed master’s degree (in Finland or abroad), please let us know and also attach a Statement of purpose 2017 (pdf) by email to avoin@tut.fi by 10 June 2018.

Once you have completed the track, you can apply for the Bachelor´s Degree Programme in Science and Engineering, BSc (Tech) in the spring of 2019 and begin your studies in the autumn of 2019.

Once admitted as a degree student, the credits you have completed in your track studies will be transferred as a part of your degree.

Course requirements (19 credits) in an academic year 2017-2018:
•MAT-01166 Mathematics 1, 5 cr
•MAT-01266 Mathematics 2, 5 cr
•FYS-1216 Physics 1, 4 cr
•TIE-02106 Introduction to Programming, 5 cr

The weighted average of the courses must be at least 3,5.

 

Open University Tracks for Master´s Degree Programme

Studies on the Open University Master's track are conducted mainly during the day, with some courses possibly available in the evening. The scope of track studies is 20–30 credits, depending on the study programme. All courses must be completed during a single academic year. 

Students applying for degree programmes from the Open University track are required to have a Bachelor’s-level degree in a suitable field of study. Applicants must prove their eligibility and send in their degree certificate with necessary attachments as they apply for track studies. The faculty checks that these preceding studies are acceptable before students are admitted for the track studies.
 
Applicants can only apply for one track study programme at a time. The MSc track study programmes available to applicants in the 2017 application period and the 2017–2018 study period are as follows:

  • MSc track, MSc Degree Programme in Automation Engineering, 20 cr
  • MSc track, MSc Degree Programme in Materials Engineering, 21 cr
  • MSc track, MSc Degree Programme in Electrical Engineering, 24-28 cr
  • MSc track, MSc Degree Programme in Information Technology, 20-23 cr
     

How to apply:

 

After completing the Tampere University of Technology MSc track studies, students can apply for TUT’s Master’s degree programmes. Student must demonstrate sufficient English language skills when applying for a degree programme after the track. Read more about tracks and their requirements from application guide 2017.

Application guide 2017 (pdf)

Statement of Purpose (pdf) for applicants with completed Master's degree

Updated by: Annu Laine, 26.10.2017 22:24.
Keywords: education and studies