Pursuing a path in higher education in Tampere, Finland (at the Tampere University of Technology) is arguably one way to upkeep happiness and maintain low stress-levels for the demanding lifestyle surrounding Architecture student’s studio-culture. Finland is highly ranked in human development, world happiness and GDP per captia- all which indicate a potential for lower-stress during study. This “practice oriented program” also comes at a fee of €95- on top of no tuition cost.
For a Tampere-born girl and Finnish citizen, this option sounds pretty appealing. The only thing that is missing is a free spa treatment. Nevermind. Apparently student’s living on campus have access to their own saunas.
A link to AD Architecture School Guide: Tampere University of Technology by Sherin Wing. This article was gathered from Archdaily.com. The article linked to saunas on campus was gathered from www.tut.fi, Tampere University of Technology’s official website.
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