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Tallinn University and Estonian Government have initiated various scholarship schemes in order to support international students who are interested in studying or are already studying at Tallinn University.

Some of these are administered by the university itself and others by external institutions. Read more about the scholarship, eligibility and how to apply on the webpages given below.

  • Scholarships for the international degree students at Tallinn University

Fully funded scholarships
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Scholarships 2018 Fully funded scholarships for the applicants applying for the following English-based Master’s programmes: Candidates from the following countries can apply for this scholarship: Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Afghanistan. The scholarship covers the tuition fee and a monthly allowence is granted.
Monthly study allowances
Tallinn University's study Allowances and Scholarships This section includes needs-based study allowance, need-based special allowances, scholarship based on study results, speciality grant and doctoral allowance.
Mothly grant for master’s and doctoral students
Dora Plus Grants Dora Plus grant can be awarded to a Master’s or PhD student of Tallinn University. The scholarship for foreign Master’s students is 350 euros per month. Sor PhD grants, the scholarship amount will be set by the state budget every year.
Estonian Governmental Scholarships
Estonian Governmental Scholarships for International Students The scholarships are 1) for undergraduate studies in the fields related to Estonian language and culture; 2) for MA and PhD studies; 3) for participation in summer and winter schools; 4) mobility grants for researchers and academic staff.
  • Tuition waivers

School Programme Tuition waiver
School of Educational Sciences Educational Innovation and Leadership For the three top applicants there will be reduced tuition fee (up to 40%).
Ranking will be done on the base of the entrance exams.
School of Humanities Anthropology Some scholarships of reduced study fee offered. Scholarships can be applied for after admittance.
Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School English-based programmes at BFM More information

  • Semester/Academic Year at Tallinn University

Bilateral Agreements Study in Estonia scholarships
Erasmus Programme Fulbright
Student Grants Rotary International

  • Other scholarship resources

Scholarships database managed by SA Archimedes Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program
German Academic Exchange Service Kindred Peoples Programme of the Republic of Estonia
Rotary International Students Coming from Finland: KELA
The Gilman International Scholarship Program

You can obtain more information about student mobility from your home country Ministry of Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs or from Estonian Embassies or Consulates around the world.