The University of Tampere, Tampere University of Technology and Tampere University of Applied Sciences are participating in a broad collaborative effort to convert the old Hiedanranta industrial district into a new residential area and an attractive urban environment. The development of new operational models together with multiple stakeholders offers new avenues for multidisciplinary learning and research.Read article
The University of Tampere and Tampere University of Technology are merging to create a new multidisciplinary, foundation-based university that begins its operations on 1 January 2019. The Foundation will also run Tampere University of Applied Sciences as its main owner. The new higher education community in Tampere represents the most significant undertaking to reshape the higher education landscape in Finland to date. The new university will be the second largest in Finland.Read article
At Tampere3, doctors will have the opportunity to design high-quality technological research and engineers will be able to develop clinical applications
for medical care. According to researchers, such co-operation should also be harnessed to enhance business.
The collaboration between Finnish universities and China is branching out into science education. Modelled on the LUMA Centre Finland network, the LUMA Centre China will open at Beijing Normal University (BNU). Professor Esa Räsänen, Chairman of the Board of LUMA Centre Finland and Director of the LUMATE Centre in Tampere, is delighted with the news.