A Car Called Victory in the Semifinals
A Car Called Victory made its way to semifinal round of 45th Student Academy Awards
Roundtable for Taiwan Studies Research in the Baltic Region in October
Tallinn University School of Humanities organizes the Roundtable for Taiwan Studies Research in the Baltic Region on 12-13 October 2018. This academic roundtable will provide a platform for Taiwan Sch...
Tallinn University Researchers Helped Develop three Serious Games
When we talk about learning, the most fun way to do it seems to be through games. However, learning by playing tends to get confused with plain entertainment. The border between playing for entertainment and playing as a learning process can be drawn...
The 13th Tallinn Summer School starts on July 9th
Tallinn University’s international summer school takes place from July 9th to July 27th, the programme includes 18 courses.
PhD thesis aims to reduce the human factor based errors during the agile software development
Today, July 6th, S. Hassan Adelyar from the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies will defend his doctoral thesis. The focus of the study is to enhance the agile methodology for secure sof...
PhD Thesis proposes a new design approach for business intelligence (BI) systems
On July 4th, Karima Qayumi from the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies defended her doctoral thesis. The dissertation proposes a new design approach for business intelligence (BI) systems, in which agent-technology is used to support d...
Additional application round for Dora Plus study and research-related short-term mobility is opened till July 31
Tallinn University runs additional application round for short-term mobility applications to share out another 17 000 euros.
PhD Thesis: The Rehabilitation Services System in Estonia is Fragmented
On 27 June, Karin Hanga from the Tallinn University School of Governance, Law and Society defended her doctoral thesis, which studied the rehabilitation needs of people with disabilities, their rehabi...
PhD Thesis: Of all Types of Bullying, Cyberbullying is Most Devastating to Well-Being of Adolescents
On 26 June, Lauraliisa Mark from the Tallinn University School of Governance, Law and Society will defend her doctoral thesis, which studied the suicidal thoughts and depressive feelings among Estonian youth.
PhD Thesis: Verbal Competence Influences Maths Learning in Later Years
On 25 June, Kaja Mädamürk from the Tallinn University School of Natural Sciences and Health defended her thesis that focussed on the relation of maths skills development and the cognitive and motivati...
PhD Thesis researched the digital divide in schools of developing countries
On 22 June, James Sunney Quaicoe from the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies defended his doctoral thesis that focussed on ICT implementation challenges in schools with emphasis on deve...
Ask a Researcher: Is there really no Accounting for Taste?
We have all heard the phrase “There is no accounting for taste”. Why should we agree with it? Why should there be no accounting? Margus Vihalem, lecturer of philosophy at the School of Humanities has the answer.
Tallinn University Among Top 7% in the World
According to QS World University Rankings® 2019, Tallinn University is among the top 7% of universities in the World.
Digital Career Adviser and a new Web Page
In June, we launched a new web page and an innovative solution for our applicants to find their specialty - Digital Career Adviser.
ICCPR 2018 | The 10th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research : The cultural governance of global flows: the past and future
The Nordic-Baltic Doctoral Network in Social Work Summer School
10th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR)
Annual Meeting of Societas Linguistica Europea
Public Defence of Martin Aidnik's Doctoral Thesis
The Utility and Futility of Philosophy Conference
TU Student Rosa Sillanpää - Why Choosing Tallinn University Was Her Plan A?
Recap - Tallinn Summer School in Tbilisi
Anthropology - What Does it Mean to be a Human in this World?
We asked Carlo Cubero Irizarry, the Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology to descr...
TU Alumna Irina Ranneva
Being a student is an awesome experience!
TU Alumnus Isaac Diaz Carpio
When I think about TU, I think about people, friends, classes, lecturers, the campus, working hard a...
TU Alumnus Antti Joonatan Häkli
I have always liked to work with cameras, and I am a film freak. Audiovisual Media and Documentary F...
TU Alumnus Özgür Baykara
I knew about Tallinn University and chose Law due to the possibility of having courses from well-kno...
TU Alumnus Amir Zare Pashaei
TU Alumna Reet Sillavee
Being a student is wonderful status that opens so many windows and doors, use it!
Could Technology Be Used to Create an Open Society?
Future Jobs to Create an Open Society with Technology
TU Alumus Julius Aderis
Julius is from Lithuania and graduated from the Digital Learning Games (DLG) Master´s programme in 2...
Blood and Bias: The Russian Revolution from the Outsider’s Perspective
Literature, Visual Culture and Film Studies Master’s student Michael Keerdo-Dawson introduces Britis...
Woman from the Attic to the Window
Literature, Visual Culture and Film Studies Master’s student Nedim Kaya introduces A. J. Finn’s nove...
Ask a Researcher: Can we Walk From the Mainland to the Islands in the Future? (Hannes Tõnisson)
Мультиталант Отт Ояметс - Я всегда хотел знать языки
New Programme: Educational Innovation and Leadership
We asked the curator of the new international Master's programme Educational Innovation and Leadersh...
New Programme: Social Entrepreneurship MA
We asked the curator of the new international programme Social Entrepreneurship MA Zsolt Bugarszki a...
TLU Hosts a Conference About the EU
Tallinn Winter School 2018
A Mad Good Time In Tallinn
Imagine movies could “read” your emotions
Education alumna, Estonian, International Education Development Coordinator
Amir Zare Pashaei
Iran, Human-Computer Interaction alumnus Developer & UX/UI Designer