Tallinn University (TU) is a continuously developing, modern university. The university’s main strengths lie in the fields of humanities and social sciences, as well as a strong and constantly growing component in the field of the natural and exact sciences. The university also has an almost 100-yearold academic tradition in teacher training and educational research. The university provides an environment that encourages the intellectual and personal growth of all its members. TU’s core values are academic quality, solidarity and collegiality, procedural transparency and simplicity, openness and an outward focus on society. TU’s unique and innovative degree programmes 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 programmes such as Marie Curie, Tempus, Erasmus Mundus, etc.