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Students

 

Attractiveness to students

(number of applicants making TAMK their first-choice study destination per available study place)

 

5.23

 

Joint application to higher education, spring

 

4.60

 

Joint application to higher education, autumn

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Annual intake, degree students

full-time programmes

 

 

2016

2017

2018

Pedagogics 25 25 25
Culture [ 105 105 105
Business 220 220 220
Information Management 175 145 150
Technology and Engineering 503 542 590
Forestry 30 30 30
Health and Social Services 438 443 468
Services Management 60 60 60
TOTAL 1 556 1 570 1 648

 

Annual intake, degree students

multi-modal study programmes

 

 

2016

2017

2018

Pedagogics 0 0 0
Culture 0 0 0
Business 65 75 45
Information Management 0 0 0
Technology and Engineering 75 90 90
Forestry 0 30 0
Health and Social Services 155 106 78
Services Management

40 40 40
TOTAL 335 341 253

 

 

 

Number of students 2018

  • Full-time studies  – 7642

  • Multi-modal studies  – 1250

  • Master´s degrees – 729

  • Vocational Teacher Education – 519

  • Extension Studies – 2342

 

 

2016 

2017

2018

Full-time studies 7 701 7 711 7 642
Multi-modal studies 1 273 1 308 1 250
Master’s degrees 618 697 729
Vocational Teacher Education 641 539 519
Extension Studies 3 288 3 589 2 342
TOTAL  13 521 13 844 12 482

 

 

Students by field of study

Degree students (20th September)

 

 

 

2016

2017

2018

Pedagogics 134 148 142
Culture 615 601 574
Business 1 463 1 520 1 525
Information Management 906 872 830
Technology and Engineering 3 135 3 232 3 228
 Forestry 190 210 207
Health and Social Services 2 720 2 682 2 650
Services Management 429 451 465
TOTAL 9 592  9 716 9 621

 

 

 

Students who completed over 55 study credits  (%)

Registered as present in the autumn

 

65%

2015-2016

total
63%

2016-2017

total
63%

2017-2018

total

 

 

 

 

 

Number of graduates

Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees

 

2016 

  Bachelor Master
Pedagogics 22 7
Culture 119 3
 Business 260 45
 Information Management 102 19
Technology and Engineering 471 52
 Forestry 21 0
Health and Social Servicest 489 77
Services Management 97 0
TOTAL 1 581  203 

 

 

2017

  Bachelor Master
Pedagogics 19 7
Culture 111 11
Business 233 35
Information Management 109 33
Technology and Engineering 445 31
Forestry 24 4
Health and Social Services 562 92
Services Management 63 15
TOTAL 1 566 228

 

2018

  Bachelor Master
Pedagogics 25 6
 Culture 98 12
Business 287 44
Information Management 114 20
Technology and Engineering 608 51
Forestry 40 1
Health and Social Services 600 74
Services Management 79 5
TOTAL 1 851 213

 

 

Feedback from Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students

Feedback was given just before graduation. Scale 1-7

 

2017

  Bachelor Master
Contents of studies 5.2 5.2
Planning of and satisfaction with studies 5 5.3
Teaching 4.9 5.5
Studying 5.4 5.9
Learning environments 5.2 5.4
Support services for studying 5.1 5.8
Feedback and assessment 4.7 5.3
Internationality 5.1 4.6
Working life connections 4.5 5.3
Working life counselling 4.4 3.9
Practical training 5.7
Thesis 5.2 5.4
Satisfaction with studying 5.1 5.7
TOTAL 5.1 5.3

2018

  Bachelor Master
Contents of studies 5.3 4.9
Planning of and satisfaction with studies 5.1 5.3
Teaching 5 5.4
Studying 5.5 5.9
Learning environments 5.2 5.4
Support services for studying 5 5.7
Feedback and assessment 4.7 5.3
Internationality 5 4.7
Working life connections 4.6 5.2
Working life counselling 4.5 3.8
Practical training 5.7
Thesis 5.1 5.5
Satisfaction with studying 5.1 5.6
TOTAL 5.1 5.3

 

 

 

 

Open University of Applied Sciences

Credits earned through Open UAS, by field of study

 

 

2016

2017

2018

Social 0 12 3
Culture 473 444 310
Business 2 952 3 905 2 283
Information Management 185 228 141
Technology and Engineering 1 724 1 903 1 921
Forestry 110 186 15
Health and Social Services 3 554 2 547 2 939
Services Management 176 448 734
TOTAL 9 174 9 673 8 346

 

 

 

Employment

Employment by field of study

Employment situation for TAMK graduates on completion of their studies, % of respondents are employed.

 

 

 

2016

2017

2018

Pedagogics 53.6 50.0 44.0
Culture 49.6 54.5 45.5
Business 71.5 67.9 77.4
Information Management 62.0 67.1 68.1
Technology and Engineering 75.5 77.9 80.2
Forestry 66.7 55.2 74.4
Health and Social Services 67.8 74.4 73.4
Services Management 81.2 83.1 72.5
TOTAL 69.6 72.1 74.0

 

Employment in the Tampere Region

Employment situation for TAMK graduates on completion of their studies, % of those employed became employed in the Tampere Region.

 

2016

2017

2018

TOTAL 72.1 74.7 76.3

% of those employed started as an entrepreneur in the Tampere Region.

 

2016

2017

2018

TOTAL 72.1 74.7 76.3

 

Internationality

Number of international students 2018

  • International degree students – 460

  • Incoming exchange students – 371

 

Non-Finnish graduates by degrees and Vocational Teacher Education

2016

2017 

2018

Bachelor’s degrees 60 63 66
Master’s degrees 4  4 20
Vocational Teacher Education  2  4 4
TOTAL  66  71 90

 

 

International exchanges 2018

students and trainees

 

  • Outgoing – 877

  • Incoming – 371

Short-term and long-term exchanges

2016

2017

2018

Outgoing 744 654 877
Incoming 390 407 371
TOTAL  1 134 1 061 1 248

 

 

International exchanges 2018

teachers and experts

 

  • Outgoing – 485

  • Incoming – 469

 

Short-term and long-term exchanges

2016

2017

2018

Outgoing 497 514 485
Incoming 220 403 469
TOTAL  717 917 954

 

 

Global education

Number of participants in TAMK’s Global Education programmes

 

Total

2291

International partner universities

TAMK has partner universities approximately in 50 countries.

 

Total

360

 

Research, Development and Innovation

 

Total volume

RDI projects in progress

 

16.2

 

Million euros

Credits earned in RDI projects 2017

 

 

2016

2017

2018

Credits/student 4.9 4.9  5.3
TOTAL  45 034  45 647 49 385

 

Staff

Full-time staff 2018, person work years (pwy)

  • Teachers – 396

  • RDI personnel – 14

  • Other staff – 281

*) At TAMK, the teaching staff participates in RDI operations

2016

2017

2018

Teachers* 429 412 396
RDI personnel* 16 14 14
Other staff 296 272 281
TOTAL  741 698 691

 

 

Publications

514

2016, total

549

2017, total

524

2018, total

 

 

 

 

Financial data

 

External funding for RDI 2018 (1000 €)

  • RDI funding from external sources – 3900

  • Total funding – 64921

 

2016

2017

2018

RDI funding from external sources 2 140 3 402 3 900
Total funding 65 378 65 740 64 921
   
RDI funding from external sources / Total funding 3.3 % 5.2 % 6.0 % 

 

 

Free-charging services 2018 (1000 €)

  • Free-charging services – 4100

  • Total funding – 64921

 

2016

2017

2018

Free-charging services 2 977 3 169 4 100
Total funding 65 378 65 740 64 921
   
Free-charging services / Total funding  4.6 % 4.8 %   6.3 % 

 

 

Profit and loss statement, expenses (without Value Added Tax)

 

2018. €  

2018. % 

Staff expenses 45 841 552 68.41
 Other operating expenses 6 782 219 10.12
Premises and facilities 3 800 281 5.67
Materials and services 2 473 636 3.69
Financing costs 1 022 619 1.53
Fund-raising expenses 6 215 0.01
Investment expenses 17 768 0.03
Profit / Loss 1 143 153 1.71
Write-offs 3 964 698 5.92
Transfers to funds 1 955 759 2.92
TOTAL   67 007 899 100.00 %

 

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Profit and loss statement, income

 

2018. €  

2018. % 

Unit cost funding 53 755 411 80.22
Grants and subsidies   5 925 876  8.84
Other revenues 4 530 707 6.76
Other operating income 708 982 0
Financial income 18 929 0.03
Fund-raising income 1 961 974 2.93
Investment income 106 021 0.16
TOTAL 67 007 899  100.00 % 

 

 

Turnover approx. 65 M€ 
Financial result 1 143 153 €