Engage with our students

Recruit a student or an alumnus/-na or start educational cooperation with the different degree programmes.

Career Services at the University of Tampere is the first place you should contact when seeking cooperation with the students and instruction at the University of Tampere. We will forward you to the relevant place or person.

Place a job advertisement for students and graduates

The Workit.net service is a fast and easy way to contact recent graduates who seek real challenges as well as students looking for occasional and project work. The University's alumni can also be reached through the University's LinkedIn page.

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Hire an intern

By hiring an intern, the employer has the possibility of getting a motivated employee who masters the latest knowledge to join their organisation. During an internship, a university student works for a company, community, or a public organisation for a period that lasts on average three months.

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Offer project work or a thesis partnership

The knowledge base of University students can also be employed in practical work and in various case projects and thesis partnerships. Study-related partnerships can be initiated in the following ways, for instance:

Meet our students

Different career events, visits by employers, and other kinds of encounters at campus provide excellent opportunities for an employer to enlighten students about the organisation's image as well as to find interns, thesis writers, and employees for both permanent and project work. You can also invite students or staff to make an excursion to your organisation.

Encounters between students and employers are organised by Career Services and the student organisations of different disciplines.

Another option to meet students is attending Yrityspäivät, Finland's largest networking and recruitment event for university students. Yrityspäivät are held every year at the beginning of February at the University of Tampere and the Tampere University of Technology.