Bachelor of Engineering, EQF 6
General admission criteria, see TAMK’s websites.
It is possible for students to have their prior competence recognised.
See TAMK’s credit transfer guidelines
The degree is a bachelor-level professional higher education degree.
The degree complies with the criteria set by the Finnish national degree system as well as with the European framework for degrees and other competence.
Ministry of Education and Culture
A graduate from the programme in mechanical engineering is an expert in designing mechanical engineering products and managing production. Technology is a global market and so the degree programme focuses on international skills in mechanical engineering. There are several companies within the Pirkanmaa region which specialise in e.g. industrial vehicles and mechanical engineering.
The full-time study of mechanical engineering starts with the basics of natural sciences and professional studies. During the first two years you will gain the basic skills in physics and mathematics as well as statistics, strength of materials, engine components and computer assisted design. You will get the necessary practical skills through laboratory work in material technology, welding, machining, machine installation and machine automation.
Bachelors of Engineering from the degree programme in mechanical engineering work in production, automation and machine design tasks as well as in design, production, usage, maintenance, marketing, training and management. They work in an international environment in engineering works, design agencies, in technical marketing and as sole traders.
The degree gives eligibility for master’s degrees.
Assessment of study performances is based on TAMK’s assessment criteria
The detailed assessment criteria can be found in course implementation plans. The teaching and assessment methods are agreed on with students at the beginning of each course.
TAMK Degree Regulations
Completion of studies and achievement of competence objectives in the extent set by the curriculum.
The Ministry of Education and Culture’ definitions of policy and TAMK’s strategy have been considered in the curriculum.