Established in 1918, Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is the flagship of Estonian engineering and technology education and research, where higher education can be obtained at all levels in engineering, technological, natural, and social sciences.
TalTech is surrounded by a stimulating and culturally diverse environment with students-friendly accommodation and sports facilities in the Baltic Sea region. TalTech’s campus is also home to Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, with more than 200 high-tech companies, including Skype.
With 1600 international degree students from over 94 nationalities on campus, TalTech is the most international university in Estonia. TalTech degrees are internationally recognised and its graduates gain access to international companies, organisations, top universities in Europe and North America. The modern campus is a self-contained hub in a picturesque urban area, just a 20 minute bus ride from the city centre.
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