The info sessions take place on 15 July and participants will hear about our Bachelor's programmes taught in Tallinn and in Helsinki and about the admission process.
During the info session you will learn about what we have to offer, our application requirements and general admissions information. The duration of the info session is approximately one hour and there is also a possibility to ask questions.
- 14:00 - 15:00 Info Session Why Tallinn University should be Your Plan A?
We will tell you about Tallinn University overall, our Bachelor's and Master's programmes, admission procedure, student life, etc.
- 15:00 - 16:00 Legal Profession: Why is it Important to Study Law? by Lecturer of Private Law Phillip Webb Graves
What are the basic areas of law a successful lawyer must know? Phillip Webb Graves will give you an insight to this question. Tallinn University offers Law programme on BA level in Tallinn and in Helsinki.
- 16:00 - 17:00 Politics and Governance programme info session.
What is politics about? What areas are there to study? What does a degree in politics enable to do? Gerly Elbrecht discusses the programme and awaits for your ideas and questions.
- 17:00 - 18:00 Liberal Arts in Social Sciences programme info session.
What does "Liberal Arts mean? What does the degree include and what to do with it later? Catlyn Kirna discusses the details of the programme and answers your questions.
Register for the info session
We need Your name, e-mail, and question for the purpose of answering to Your question by our international admissions specialists. The country You are from and the education You are interested in, helps us to give You a more specific answer because many deadlines and procedures depend on them. We store Your personal data at processor's systems in the European Economic Area (EEA) for 3 years. You have the right to request access to, rectification or erasure, restriction of processing, object to processing, and transmission of Your personal data, as well as the right to withdraw Your consent at any time by contacting Tallinn University and the right to submit a complaint to the Data Protection Inspectorate (https://www.aki.ee).
On 15 July you may join the info session here.