Useful information after arrival
Please find here some materials of the orientation days.
- Orientation Course Programme (Word document) >
- Orientation slides 20.8.2020 (PDF file) >
- Tampere University Pori, IT-info Autumn 2020 (PDF file) >
- TSE Pori Course Registrations (PDF file) >
UCPori provides degree and exchange students with a wide range of services and activities. In addition to the below listed services, there are library services, services coordinated by the Service Center (keys, WLAN) and activities coordinated by the Student Association.
More information available also in the Student Guide for Exchange Students (Word document) >
FINNISH STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE (FSHS)
For more information please visit Pointer's information in English FSHS = YTHS
Nurse, Mrs Eija Tarri, tel. (02) 621 3943, eija.tarri(at)pori.fi.
At the Pohjois-Pori Healthcare Center: Siltapuistokatu 2 (Pori Cotton courtyard) 2nd floor, room 5.
Nurse reception hours:
- by appointment Mon-Thu 10–16, Fri 8-14.15
- phone consultation Mon-Thurs 10–11
There is an electronic exam room at the UCPori. Please leave ALL your belongings in the lockers outside the room. You are NOT allowed to bring into the exam room your phone, jacket, bag, note paper, dictionaries etc.! The room has recording video surveillance.
The campus restaurant Sofia is a popular meeting point for students and staff. Students are entitled to a discount on meals.
SPORTS AND CULTURE
Pori offers a broad selection of sports and cultural activities that help exchange students integrate into the campus community. Sports services are available for students either free of charge or at a reduced rate through Pointer. Pori is a great place for skiing, swimming, canoeing, hiking and surfing among many other adventures.
Or maybe you are a good writer and interested in becoming a member of the UCPoriNews Editorial Board? You can become a reporter for UCPoriNews and get paid for published articles. You are also welcome to join the Student Theatre, which is open to everyone interested in acting, set design, make-up and other related activities.
Adapting to Finnish society and everyday life will be much easier and more fun if you are prepared to learn some Finnish. You can learn some Finnish, e.g. with the help of the following self-study materials on the Internet:
TRAVELLING AROUND - USEFUL LINKS