PhD student

Tallinn University has opened the autumn admission for the selected PhD programmes and research topics. More detailed information about the topics and admission exams are available on the specific programme pages indicated below.

Application timeline

  • 2 September - 1 November 2019 - application period via Dreamapply application system.
  • 4 - 10 November 2019 - admission exams
  • 22 November 2019 - deadline for sending your documents by post

In addition, have a look at the detailed guidelines on the general application procedure and academic requirements.

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

Programme Topic Number of Places  
Audiovisual Arts and Media Studies
Data based studies of audiovisual heritage 1 More information
Audiovisual Arts and Media Studies Data usage in contemporary media organisations 1 More information
Audiovisual Arts and Media Studies Enactive Co-presence in Narrative Virtual Reality: A Triadic Interaction Model 2 More information

 

School of Digital Technologies

Programme Topic Number of Places  
Information Society Technologies
Public engagement services with open cultural data 1 More information
Information Society Technologies User modelling and user-adapted interaction 1 More information

 

School of Educational Sciences

Programme Topic Number of Places  
Educational Sciences
Open Topics 2 More information
Educational Sciences Competence Identity Replaces Professional Identity - The Development of the Competence Identity of a Vocational Special Needs Teacher 1 More information
Educational Sciences The Development of Clinical Skills of Nursing Students in E-learning 1 More information

 

School of Humanities

Programme Topic Number of Places  
Studies of Cultures

The PhD student admitted is expected to conduct research specifically in:

1. Digital Study of Cultural Heritage (digital history; digital heritage, digital cultural memory)

2. Digital Culture Studies (digital culture practices, digital game and online cultures, digital literature)

1 More information

 

School of Governance, Law and Society

Programme Topic Number of Places  
Government and Politics
The East-West type of migration and related societal integration challenges. 1 More information
Social Work
The impact of ICT transformations on everyday life and well-being of the digital generation (children and young people) at home, at school, during leisure time and in wider community 1 More information
Social Work
Restructuring health services provided by midwives – national, educational-organisational and societal / community needs 1 More information

 

School of Natural Sciences and Health

Programme Topic Number of Places  
Ecology
Multidisciplinary Approach in Detecting Possible Climatic Shifts over the Last 4,000 years. 1 More information