WELCOME TO TALLINN UNIVERSITY
If you wish to lead an intelligent life, your plan A is Tallinn University.
Admission for the degree programmes at Tallinn University is currently closed. The next admission starts in January 2018. Meanwhile take a moment to get to know our programmes, admission procedure and student life at Tallinn University!
We are the largest university of humanities and social sciences in Tallinn and the third biggest public university in Estonia. At our university, longest traditions of teacher training in Estonia and the most modern film and media school in the Baltic countries exist side by side. We value innovation and interdisciplinarity in order to offer internationally competitive education based on research excellence. Our aim is to be an advocate and planner of intelligent lifestyle in Estonia.
Tallinn University welcomes qualified international students from around the world to apply for our study programmes taught in English. The students here appreciate not only the professional and academic environment but also the welcoming, open and friendly atmosphere of the university. We have approximately 900 international students in degree and exchange studies from more than 70 countries, which means that 12,3% of all students studying at Tallinn University are international students. Every 10th academic person is of foreign background. Active international cooperation, well-known guest lecturers and our bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programmes in English help to create the multicultural university community.
On this section you can find all the necessary information concerning your studies at Tallinn University that will help you prepare for and make the most of your stay in Tallinn, Estonia.
Academic calendar, access to databases, registering for studies and all the information a student needs can be found here on the Student Gateway.
In this section, you can find information about accommodation, health care and insurance, residence permit and all the necessary information about living in Estonia.
The information on the these sites will help you to organise and prepare your exchange studies abroad.
Career and Counselling Centre provides counselling services for our students to assist in dealing with personal, academic or vocational issues.
If you wish to discuss your studies, please contact your academic counsellor. The contacts of academic counsellors you will find on your institution’s web page.
Survival Guide for International Students in Estonia
We also recommend that you read the Survival Guide for International Students in Estonia, as it includes all the information you will need before and soon after your arrival!
Frontiers in Comparative Metrics III
The Frontiers in Comparative Metrics III conference is held on 29th and 30th of September 2017 at Tallinn University. The organizers of the conference are the Departments of Classics and Semiotics at the University of Tartu and the Department of Cultural Theory at Tallinn University School of Humanities. The language of the conference is English. Read more…
VIRSU 20 Years: Jubilee Conference
The goal of this conference is to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the cooperation network VIRSU (Finno-Ugric Languages as Target Languages), which has worked to connect researchers with an applied approach to Finno-Ugric languages since 1997. Read more…
Conference “Nature-based Solutions: From Innovation to Common-use”
As part of the Presidency of the Estonian Republic of the Council of the European Union, a flagship conference “Nature-based Solutions: From Innovation to Common-use” will be organized by the Ministry of the Environment of Estonia and the University of Tallinn. The conference will be held in Tallinn from 24 to 26 October 2017. Read more…
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