Studies completed in the summer 2012 are still done according to the curricula of 2011-2012, including those completed in August 2012. Please note that one can still complete course units through book exams based on the old curricula until the end of autumn semester 2012. This arrangement will support students in completing unfinished study modules.
At the University of Tampere exams can also be taken during the summer. Exams organised centrally at the university are carried out as electronic exams (please see the Electronic exam service for further information). You can make an exam reservation at a time that suits you and complete the exam in a room designed for taking electronic exams. The examination room opening times are available on the front page of the Electronic exam service.
Course units listed on the page Available exams are available as electronic exams during the summer. If the course unit you are looking for is not listed on the page, please contact the school responsible for the unit.
A Checklist for Studying in the Summer
- Cancelling an exam. If you know you will not be attending an electronic exam you have already reserved, please cancel your exam reservation as soon as possible so that the exam time becomes available for other students. Reservations for electronic exams can be cancelled in the Electronic exam service prior to the time of the exam.
- The end of August is very busy in the Electronic exam service. It is worth noting that the last weeks of August are very busy in the Electronic exam service. Therefore it makes sense to complete exams earlier rather than later during the summer, since it may be next to impossible to make a reservation in the last weeks of the summer.
- Exam results. During the summer, getting your exam results may take longer than usual
It is also worth noting that even though you will receive the results of an electronic exam via email, the credits may not necessarily show in NettiOpsu right away, since the result must be entered onto your record separately in the School responsible for the unit.