Student representatives in administration can make a difference in matters affecting our university community. The so-called hallopeds advocate the interests of the students – they can have an effect on matters concerning the development of education: both single courses and the entire degrees.
Read more about the hallopeds from the website of our student union: https://ttyy.fi/en/ylioppilaskunta/edunvalvonta/vaikutuselimet/halloped/
Who are the architecture student hallopeds?
Heini Järventausta (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I'm 3rd year architect student from Tampere. I spend my free time playing volleyball and learning to play guitar. As a student representative, I'll try my best to help and advice all the students with their problems concerning studies.
Verna Hahtola (email@example.com)
My name is Verna, and I have studied here at TUT for three years. I am one of the many student representatives at our university, who speak for all the students in TUT administration. We are bringing the student perspective concerning the matters of studies and campus development. Please be in touch, if something with the studies is worrying you!
Eetu Lehmusvaara (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I am a 22-year-old architecture student from southern Finland. I love arts and technology around it. Our duty as student representatives is to protect student´s rights and develop architecture studies in TUT.
Mari-Sohvi Miettinen (email@example.com)
I am a substitute member in the Degree Programme Planning Group of Architecture. Student representatives are the voice of all students when it comes to planning the future of our studies and the School of Architecture.
Aura Kangasniemi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Student representative makes sure that all of the students can focus on their own studies and they don't have to worry about other things, like the quality of their education. If you are uncertain or have some questions about these subjects, feel free to contact me!
By this form you can tell your feedback about courses or the study environment at our university to the student representatives. The student representatives can bring up your feedback when discussing with the faculty members.