Peer Tutoring

Peer tutors welcome new students during their first days of their studies and keep their eye on their group of students during their first semester. A peer tutor helps new students to get a head start at their studies and student life. Peer tutors also help to create a group spirit among new students by organizing various social events.

New students can turn toward their peer tutors if they have questions about school or about student life. A tutor can advise them or help them find the right contact person at Metropolia.

Would you like to become a peer tutor?

As a peer tutor you can gain valuable group leading skills and you will get to know a lot of new people around the different Metropolia campuses. You can become a peer tutor by taking part in METKA’s peer tutor training, which is organized in English once a year in the spring term. The peer tutor training is mandatory for all new tutors and includes afternoon lectures, workshops, a campus-specific day and various group exercises. You will also receive a peer tutor handbook, which helps you in your work as a tutor.

Check out the training schedules from “Become a tutor” page.

Do you have any questions? Please contact: tutor(at)