Career planning during studies
Thinking about your future working life during your studies will help you recognise career options and goals. Learning to verbalise your skills and recognising the starting points for your learning can help you clarify your potential career path. All activities during your studies can have a great impact on your future. Volunteering and association activities or previous working experience might produce competences that are beneficial in your career planning. The Student’s Guide has more information about work and career planning, check it out on the University’s website!
Students and recent graduates of Tampere University can look for job opportunities and traineeships in the JobTeaser service. In the service, you will find vacancies, employer introductions and support for career planning. Sign in to JobTeaser with your TUNI account. Information about the multitude of employment options for university graduates can be found on the Töissä.fi website.
If you need support for finding employment and mapping out your career path, contact the University’s career counsellor by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also seek career support from Ohjaamo, which offers free employment advice to under 30-year-olds on job search, career choices, and clarifying your goals. International students can also get career advice from International House Tampere.
Address: Hammareninkatu 5 B
Tel. +358 40 197 5144 (at 9.00–16.00)
International House Tampere
Address: Rautatienkatu 10, 33100 Tampere, Finland
Service hours: from Monday to Friday, 9.00–16.00.
Tel. +358 41 730 2769