A parliamentary decision by the Republic of Estonia consolidated several Tallinn universities and institutes into a single institution that resulted in the founding of Tallinn University as a public university on 18 March 2005.
The five interdisciplinary focus fields are educational innovation, digital and media culture, cultural competences, healthy and sustainable lifestyle and society and open governance.
Research in Tallinn University is conducted in five focus fields, six institutes and two regional colleges. In order to support interdisciplinary and international cooperation, Tallinn University has launched five centres of excellence, where researchers and teams with a shared interdisciplinary research focus are united.
The objectives of the Career and Counselling Centre:
The objective of the Academic Affairs Office is to guarantee the smooth provision of education services from the moment a student is admitted to the university to the day he or she graduates.The Academic Affairs Office coordinates the following activities:
The University is mediating the places between dormitories and the students. It should be kept in mind though, that applying for a dormitory place does not automatically mean that there is a place available. The places in the dormitories are limited and therefore not all of the students can be accommodated in the dormitories.
Tallinn University Academic Library is one of the most comprehensive research libraries of Estonia in all fields of knowledge, except construction and agriculture.
The objective of the Information Technology Office is to guarantee the efficient operation of data communication networks as well as the other general network services within Tallinn University. The activities of the Office are:
The campus is located in the centre of Tallinn, next to Kadriorg Park and the Tallinn bay. A strip of land next to Narva Road situates most of our educational, research and creative activities. Only a few areas of study are located outside the main campus.
The main campus has a ball games hall, a fitness studio and a gymnastics hall. It is also possible to join one or many of the Tallinn University sports teams and take sports lessons as elective courses.
NGO Tallinn University Alumni Association is a voluntary association founded on May 9th 2014. NGO Tallinn University Alumni Association comprises of the alumni of Tallinn University, its predecessors, as well as the alumni of the TU Student Union.
The goals of the association:
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