No, passing the foreign language course at TU, having current studies in English, and all documents which prove that student's language skills correspond to the host university's language requirements are suffcient.
No, you can not.
Please have a look at the Partnersmap application. For example, if it says there that they accept two students from us, and the number of months is 10, it means that according to the contract, two students can go to the foreign university, both for 5 months.
Please have a look at the Partnersmap application. When you open the university’s information box, you can see which study levels are included in the contract.
Most of the time, the foreign university organizes accommodation in a dorm or gives contacts for students to be able to find accommodation themselves.
This depends on the foreign university. Ask them, if it is possible.
Some classes are in English, not all might be.
All Erasmus+ programme students have to have a compulsory accident and liability insurance. You should also have an European Health Insurance Card (in countries where it is valid). It is also advisable to have a medical insurance from an insurance company
No, you do not. At first, you apply to Tallinn University’s Erasmus programme. After being accepted by the TU senior specialist for International Studies, the foreign university will send you an e-mail with a list of necessary documents you need to send. If the foreign university has not sent you an e-mail, you should check their website since in many universities, this information can be found on the web.