The Biggest Wappu in Finland

Wappu has been celebrated since the Middle Ages and it has been a central part of student culture for several decades. The joint Wappu by the student union has been organised since 2019 when the universities merged. Wappu is an essential part of student culture in Tampere, if not even its core. For many of us, Wappu is a kind of a milestone that usually marks the end of the academic year and the transition to summer. Wappu is a celebration of all of us, and it is meant for all of us.

The mixture of events that lasts more than two weeks consists of several different events that are open to all students. The Biggest Wappu in Finland brings together the Wappu events of the associations operating within the student union, where there is definitely something for every taste. Wappu looks like what associations make it. There are traditionally more than a hundred events in the Wappu calendar, which makes Wappu in Tampere the biggest one in Finland. Wappu is, above all, spending time together, and there is no end in sight to this tradition.

Information on Wappu 2024 will be updated here later. Wappu events can be signed up to the Wappu calendar until 10 March – read more on the Wappu calendar subpage.