TTÜ was established on 17 September, 1918, when the Estonian Engineering Society uniting local technology intellectuals began to provide special engineering courses in German-occupied Estonia. When Estonia gained independence, the need for engineers, architects and technicians kept growing. In 1919, the activities were continued under a private school called Tallinn College of Engineering (TCE).
The tasks of the research field of TTÜ are:
Career counseling is free for TTÜ students, prospective students and recent graduates.
Career counselling is a process that supports a person in making their career choices. You are the expert of your own life and responsible for your decisions. Career counsellor can support you in getting to know yourself and your possibilities better, give you information about education and labor market, advice on job search, and support you in making your career plans.
Career counselling can be helpful for:
ESN TTÜ IC is a society set up by the Student’s Council of Tallinn University of Technology. It is also a section of Erasmus Student Network (ESN), an international student organization set up to help exchange students.
The mission of ESN TTÜ International Club (IC) is to integrate international students into Estonian life. ESN TTÜ International Club was officially founded in 2003 and consists of 20-30 active students of TTÜ. Tutors are mostly volunteers, who are either international or local degree students in TTÜ.
All persons insured with health insurance in Estonia have a family practicioner who is the first person to consult with in the case of illness. One can register with a family practitioner by submitting an application to the physician selected.
If you are an EU citizen, please bring your European health insurance card or its replacement certificate to prove your eligibility for Estonian health care.
With its scenic location in Mustamäe, TTÜ is the only campus-type university in the Baltic countries and one of the most compact university campuses in Europe. The territory of TTÜ includes 72 buildings and has a total area of 55.5 hectares.
There is always something exciting happening at TTÜ – scientific discoveries and experiments, new technologies and products, important lectures and conferences, etc. Campus is the scene of many communal activities, with a large number of student, cultural and sports events.
Tallinn University of Technology has a new and modern Sports Center right on the main campus area. You can join the following activities:
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