Tallinn University of Estonia

Tallinn University
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Tallinn University is the third best university in Estonia, mainly focused on Social Sciences and rapidly and constantly growing in the field of the natural and exact sciences. It provides big amount of courses and Diplomas in various categories for Bachelor, Master and PhD students. According to QS Top Universities, Tallinn University’s unique and innovative degree programs are well known for their high level of academic freedom. The university has a wide network of research partners in different fields and numerous research and mobility grants from both Estonia and the EU in various programs such as Marie Curie, Tempus, Erasmus Mundus, etc.

Tallinn University is on #201-250 position in sociology by QS world university rankings by subject and in EECA university rankings it is on 87th position. Tallinn university main campus has 6 different buildings and more than 8000 students are presently registered that makes it Estonian third largest university.

University is divided between 8 institutions for Bachelor studies, they are following:

  • Rakvere College
  • Haapsalu College
  • Institute of Social Sciences
  • Institute of Natural and Health Sciences
  • Institute of Humanities
  • Institute of Education Sciences
  • Institute of Digital Technologies and
  • Institute of Baltic Movie, Media, Arts and Communication

All in all there are up to 50 specialties both daytime and cycle studies. Tallinn University offers English-based bachelor’s programs as follows: Media, Law, Cross media in Film and Television, Liberal Arts in Social Sciences, Politics and Governance.

For Master studies Tallinn University is also providing around 50 specialties from 6 institutions:

  • Institute of Social Sciences
  • Institute of Natural and Health Sciences
  • Institute of Humanities
  • Institute of Education Sciences
  • Institute of Digital Technologies and
  • Institute of Baltic Movie, Media, Arts and Communication

For the English-based Master’s programs: Anthropology, Communication, Management, International Relations, Digital Library Learning, Human-Computer Interaction, Audiovisual Media: Television/Documentary Film, Digital Learning Games, JMD Film Arts, Adult Education for Social Change, Interaction design.

Tallinn University divides specialties into 5 categories: Education, Humanities and Arts,Natural and Exact Sciences, Social Sciences, Business and Law, Health and Well-being. For PhD studies university provides 14 various specialties and they are English-based programs:

  • Educational Sciences
  • Social Work
  • History
  • Studies of Cultures
  • Linguistics
  • Analytical Biochemistry
  • Ecology
  • Physics
  • Government and Politics
  • Demography
  • Sociology
  • Psychology
  • Information Society Technologies
  • Health Behavior and Well-being

Official Tallinn University page: http://www.tlu.ee/

QS Ranking: https://www.topuniversities.com/universities/tallinn-university

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