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unipoli tampere: studying: after graduation


After you have succesfully completed your studies, your higher education institution will award you your degree certificate. What next?

Transition to working life

After you have graduated you may decide to look for full-time employment in Finland. Please go to the Working section on this website for further information.

Please note that students from a non-EU country, who have obtained a student residence permit to stay in Finland, can apply for an additional residence permit after their graduation to search for work. This can be granted as an extended residence permit for up to six (6) months. Please refer to the Finnish Immigration Service (MIGRI) website for permit-related information.

Alumni - keeping in contact after graduation

The higher education institutions in Tampere each have an association for graduates. For information on how to join the alumni association and the services and activities available to graduates, please contact the alumni association of your host institution. Some alumni groups keep in touch, for example, through LinkedIn. Alumni associations are essential for maintaining your professional network and a valuable help in finding new career opportunities after graduation.

Further studies

You may be interested in continuing your education in Tampere. Contact your host institution or other HEI's in Tampere for more information on further study opportunities.

For information on continuing education in Finland, please visit the Study in Finland website.


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higher education institutions (TAMK, TUT
and UTA) in Tampere.

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