Presentation on theme: "This is 2012. Vision TAMK offers keys to success by creating new and international expertise. Mission With its multidisciplinary approach and strong orientation."— Presentation transcript:
Vision TAMK offers keys to success by creating new and international expertise. Mission With its multidisciplinary approach and strong orientation to working life, TAMK promotes the success and development of a wide range of professional fields.
Schools & number of students Art, Music and Media 900 Business and Services 2000 Construction and Electrical Engineering 3600 Industrial Engineering Health Care 2400 Wellbeing and Social Services Vocational Teacher Education 700
2nd largest UAS over 10 000 students annual enrolment 2500 students 7 fields of education 45 degree programmes, 8 of which are conducted in English 800 staff members hundreds of visiting lecturers from local industries, companies and services annual budget of 75 million euros
Vice President Päivi Karttunen Development Unit School of Vocational Teacher Education School of Business and Services School of Wellbeing and Social Services School of Construction and Engineering School of Health Care School of Art, Music and Media School of Industrial Engineering Vice President Mikko Naukkarinen R&D and Education Services Vice President Marja Sutela Degree-awarding Education Tampere University of Applied Sciences President Markku Lahtinen Higher Education Services Financial Administration Administration Services
Student Services International Services Library and Information Services Communications Services Career and Recruitment Services Sports Services Secreterial Services for Schools ICT Services Facility Management Services Development Unit Education Technology Centre Purchasing Services Travel Services Personnel Administration Services Finance and Accounting Services Project Services Information Management Executive Secretaries Internal services supporting education & RDI
Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) 1912 Finland’s first technical college in Tampere 1992 temporary license > officially UAS since 1996 combined temporary UAS of technology + business school + school of Art and Media in Tampere + the forestry engineering education in Kuru main focus: technology owned by the city of Tampere Pirkanmaa University of Applied Sciences (PIRAMK) 1997 started > officially UAS since 2000 combined 10 secondary schools and colleges in the Tampere Region main field: social services and health maintained by Pirkanmaa University of Applied Sciences Ltd, main owner the city of Tampere January 2010 TAMK and PIRAMK merged into Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) History