Tampere: Hervanta campus

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The home of Tampere University of Technology and many businesses

The faculties of Tampere University of Technology are Natural Sciences, Business and Built Environment, Engineering Sciences, and Computing and Electrical Engineering. The campus is located in Hervanta, southern Tampere. These days the campus also hosts a number of businesses and a kindergarten.

The university was established in 1965, first as a place for Helsinki University of Technology.
The campus has a wide provision of different services. For example, the university library, a parcel locker, a hair salon, cafés and lunch restaurants.

Compact and densely built, the campus has good public transport connections from Tampere city centre. The buildings are connected so that the entire campus can be accessed through one main entrance.

Place a service request to Tampere Hervanta campus through this link.

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