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Finland

Engineering

Engineering: Other

BSc Science & Engineering (Technology)

3 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


This programme gives you a solid basis in several core fields of science and engineering. This enables you to follow developments in the field of engineering and to use scientific methods in your studies and research or in your future career.

The programme includes modules from all of our four Faculties, making it truly cross-disciplinary. You will study in a multicultural group with students from all over the world, taught by teachers from both Finland and abroad. Thus, you will acquire good language, communication and team-working skills and the ability to operate in a multidisciplinary and international community.

The programme offers three alternative majors (specialisations):

- Mathematics
- Physics
- Information and Communications Technology

Programme content


Specialisations:

Mathematics: this major provides a strong foundation in all the key areas of mathematics. Instruction is integrated into the research of the Department of Mathematics, including topics such as mathematical analysis with application, theoretical computer science, applied logics, data mining and semantic modelling. You may continue studies at Masterís level at TUT in subjects such as Mathematics with Applications, Microsystems or Intelligent Microsystems.

Physics: in this major, you will study both classical and modern physics, including specialised courses of for example Nanophysics and Optics. Students are highly encouraged to continue to the Masterís level in subjects such as Advanced Engineering Physics, Materials Science, Microsystems or Intelligent Microsystems, all of which offer further opportunities for doctoral studies in research groups operating at the highest international level.

Information and Communications Technology: this major offers you a broad knowledge of developments such as The Internet of things, big data, and cloud computing. You will learn about the technology behind these areas, including software, human-computer interaction, signal processing, and communication technology. Depending on your selected modules, you may continue studies at the Masterís level at TUT in the majors such as Pervasive Systems, Signal Processing, Data Engineering, User Experience, Communication Systems and Networks, Wireless Communications or Theoretical Computer Science

Entry Requirements


Three A-Levels (inc. Maths & Physics) and three GCSEs

Six passes at Leaving Cert, inc 2H4. Subjects to include Hons Maths & Physics

Yes: SAT (Maths & Physics)

No

Yes: Letter of Motivation

01 December

23 January

Note: there is a second application window for IB or EB students (16.3.-6.4.2016)