The history of Tallinn University of Technology goes back to September 17, 1918. At that time, Estonia was under German occupation, and the Estonian Technical Society, which brought together local technical experts, began organizing specialized technical courses in the country. As Estonia gained independence, there was a growing demand for engineers, architects, and technicians. In 1919, the society transformed into a private school known as Tallinn College of Engineering (TT). In the early 1900s, Estonia realized the importance of having engineering specialists trained within the country. Previously, young Estonians had to go to St. Petersburg, Germany, or Riga for their specialized education. It became necessary to find ways for engineering-minded individuals to receive education in Estonia that was tailored to local conditions and requirements. This was a crucial step in Estonia's journey towards becoming an independent nation.
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Life at Tallinn University of Technology is dynamic and culturally diverse. Our campus is a melting pot of ideas, cultures, and experiences, offering students a vibrant atmosphere for personal and intellectual growth. From student clubs and organizations to cultural events and sports activities, there's always something exciting happening on campus.
Study room & Spaces: The room that is available 24/7 is meant for both TalTech staff members and students to use for studying and conducting research. This study room provides a space for individuals and groups to enhance their learning experience and also allows users to easily organize meetings, workshops, consultations, and more. The room can accommodate up to 40 people at the same time.
Student Organizations: There are several student organizations in TalTech and School of Information Technologies, where all students can find something fun to do:
Student council of the School of IT
TalTech Tarkvaraarenduse klubi Lapikud
TalTech Robotics Club.
Freshmen Events: The Kick-Off Event is highly recommended for freshmen as it is a must-attend occasion. This thrilling and daring event provides an opportunity for students to meet and connect with fellow freshmen, and gain a closer insight into the activities of the university's student organizations.
TalTech offers modern hostel facilities that provide a safe and welcoming environment for international and domestic students alike. They ensure that your stay is not only academically enriching but also comfortable and enjoyable. Our dormitories can accommodate around 2200 people in total. The majority of our buildings are situated in the TalTech campus, very close to the university buildings.
Hostel: TalTech Hostels offer both short and long term housing for everyone. Twin rooms can be booked for single use. The hostel reception is open 24/7.
Dormitories: TalTech dorms offer you the best accommodation during your studies. Most TalTech dormitories are located near university buildings, just 5 to 7 minutes walk away. You can choose between different room types and you can live alone, in pairs or in fours in the student apartment.
Housing Options: They have three types of Housing Options: Single rooms, shared rooms and private flats with two beds.
Internet Connectivity: The wireless internet Wi-Fi (eduroam or TalTech) is available everywhere at the Campus.
Library: The Library provides access to literature in the areas of technical, exact, economic, and social sciences, as well as humanities research, teaching, and production. This is done to support the needs of researchers, educators, and creators in their pursuit of knowledge and the advancement of their respective fields.
Master of Science
- 120 Credit