Finding suitable accommodation can be sometimes challenging when you are coming to a new country. All new students are responsible themselves for making sure they have the necessary accommodation when entering Estonia for studies. The University can help by indicating the direction as to where to look for a place from.

The University is also mediating the places between dormitories and the students. It should be kept in mind though that applying for a dormitory place does not automatically mean that there is a place available. A lot of our students use private housing  options.

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Tallinn University Dormitory

Address: Karu Street 17 (on the main campus of Tallinn University - behind Terra building of Tallinn University - in the city centre). Applications are accepted until 20 June, 2024Read more The System will open again for applications from August 2024.

Address: Västriku 8 (about 30 minutes from the campus by public transport, 15 minutes by car - in Kristiine district)

Address Räägu 49a (about 30 minutes from the campus by public transport, 15 minutes by car - in Kristiine district)

Please note that Karu 17 has different application deadlines than Västiku 8 and Räägu 49 dormitories. More information about the application deadlines and prices to Västriku 8 and Räägu 49a dormitories will be posted on the website closer to the beginning of the application period. 

Degree Students

For applying for a place in the dormitory, please contact

Exchange Students

We will make a waiting list and your name will be added to the waiting list after your documents have been accurately submitted in the online application system and you have marked in the application that you would like to stay in the dormitory. We try to offer a place first to the students who need accommodation confirmation to apply for a visa.

The waiting list is updated continuously - for example, if one exchange student leaves, the vacant place is offered to the next exchange student on the waiting list. If you do not accept the place, you are removed from the waiting list, or put to the end of the list in case you decide later that you still need a place. The waiting lists are public and you can find yourself on the list by checking your birth date and gender.

Waiting list for exchange students, contact person Ms. Ingrid Hinojosa (

If you are an exchange student staying for the entire academic year and you did not get a place in the dormitory in the autumn, please send an email to by November 1 if you still wish to stay in a dormitory during the spring semester. We will then keep your name on the waiting list and you have a better chance of getting a place.