Quick facts about TalTech
- Public university, founded in 1918
- Ranked in 3% of world’s best universities (QS World University Rankings® 2020)
- Biggest university in the capital with around 10 000 students
- Unique and internationally-recognised programmes
- Picturesque urban modern campus
- Dynamic university-industry cooperation; strong emphasis on entrepreneurship
- Mektory Innovation and Business Centre
TalTech - the flagship of Estonian engineering and technology
Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is the only technological university in Estonia. According to Estonian universities' reputation survey, TalTech is Estonia's most innovative university and especially known for its innovation in the field of digital technologies and engineering. TalTech is where the true synergy between different fields is created and new vibrant, and ground-breaking ideas are born. Our university is home to the self-driving car (ISEAUTO) - a project brought to life by our students and scientists, and the test ground for the first 5G network - a prototype of the future smart city.
TalTech - the springboard to your future career
TalTech's degrees are internationally recognized and highly regarded. According to various labour market researches, the majority of the successful professionals in Estonia are TalTech alumni. Our graduates hold a broad range of positions ranging from entrepreneurs, executives, top specialists and consultants to high government officials and politicians. Many have moved on to establish themselves as leaders in the rapidly developing field of international start-ups and digitalisation. TalTech puts special emphasis on designing its study programmes in accordance with the changing and developing needs of the Estonian as well as the global labour market.
TalTech - home for the international students
TalTech has around 10,000 students and 14% of them are international students from over 100 different countries. There are 4 Bachelor’s and 16 Master's programmes available in English. The university has close academic partnerships with up to 500 different universities worldwide and is ranked among top 3% of world’s best universities (QS World University Ranking).
TalTech - partner of the economic and technological development
At TalTech, we value cooperation with enterprises and business. For many companies as well as public authorities, we are often the first contact point for finding solutions to a variety of organizational and product development questions. Our innovation and business centre Mektory brings together researchers, students and entrepreneurs offering young people inspiration, knowledge, and resources to create and develop student start-ups and other innovative business ideas. In addition, Tehnopol - a science and business campus for innovative tech companies - shares its grounds with TalTech's campus and is home to a start-up incubator as well as to many companies such as Skype, Cybernetica, Starship Technologies, Ektaco, and SMIT.
Read more about TalTech's programmes and its student life at TalTech's webpage.
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