Estonia’s flagship technological university, Tallinn University of Technology (TTÜ) offers bachelor’s, master’s and PhD programs in engineering and technology. It is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of engineers and leaders, and supporting sustainable innovation.
Students at Tallinn University of Technology benefit from a stimulating cultural environment featuring the best accommodation and sports competitions the Baltic Sea region has to offer. TTÜ’s campus is also home to the Estonian Information Technology College and more than 150 tech companies, including Skype.
With over 1,400 international students and around 90 nationalities represented on campus, TTÜ is the most international university in Estonia. Degrees at TTÜ are internationally recognized and fully taught in English. The campus is a self-contained hub in an attractive area, just a 20 minute bus journey from the city center.
Fees and funding
Average tuition fees for both undergraduate and postgraduate students are around €3,000 per academic year. From 2017, tuition fee waivers will be available, alongside other scholarships for international students. Find out more here.
How to apply
To apply for a course at Tallinn University of Technology, you need to submit an application online, providing your transcripts, English proficiency test results, passport, statement of purpose and CV. Find out more about entry requirements here.