Programmes

e.g Crossmedia

Anthropology

School of Humanities

Are you interested in cultures? Are there human traits that transcend cultural difference? What are the conditions under which societies change? How are traditions maintained? How do people engage with the challenges of the contemporary world in their daily life?

Master's Studies
English
Regular studies
830

Audiovisual Media

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

We offer an international education with a variety of curricular options leading to careers or graduate studies in the dynamic world of television, broadcast journalism and film. You can master the technical field studying cinematography, light and sound design or venture onto the creative track gaining skills in screenwriting, directing, producing and editing.

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
2000

Crossmedia in Film and Television

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

Crossmedia in Film and Television combines the areas of media production, storytelling and management, offering both theoretical grounds and exciting practical assignments. Studying Crossmedia in Film and Television means learning how to tell a story that unfolds on many directions where for example a story is introduced as a feature film, then expanded as a TV series and explored further as a live performance.

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
1900

Documentary Film

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

During the studies the students receive knowledge about scriptwriting, directing and producing various genres of documentary films. They learn the basics of film language and narratives in documentaries.

Master's Studies
English
Regular studies
€ 2000

Kino Eyes

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

Kino Eyes is a two year Joint Master programme with a brand-new highly intensive fiction film making supported by ERASMUS+, the European Union’s education body.

Master's Studies
English
Regular studies
4500

Law

School of Governance, Law and Society

If you are interested in how law impacts our daily lives and how disputes are settled in an increasingly globalized world, then studying law at Tallinn University is for you! The programme focuses on European and International Law. We also offer the possibility to study Finnish law in Helsinki.

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
2176

Liberal Arts in Humanities

School of Humanities

Are you interested in humanities, languages, culture, literature, history, anthropology, but cannot choose between these exciting disciplines? Then the programme of Liberal Arts in Humanities is just for you, allowing you to study all these together!

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
1500

Liberal Arts in Social Sciences

School of Governance, Law and Society

Liberal arts ideology comes from the era of antiquity. It is the idea that a free person must know certain things to be a good member of society. Tallinn University’s liberal arts in social sciences does not teach rhetoric or grammar but does give you all you need to know about social sciences.

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
1650

Literature, Visual Culture and Film Studies

School of Humanities

Engage in broadly interdisciplinary study of the relationship between literature, visual culture and film in contemporary and historical contexts. Gain cutting-edge theoretical insights into intermedial aesthetics and into philosophy of literature, art and film. Equip yourself with critical tools for cultural analysis of contemporary image and text-based media.

Master's Studies
English
Regular studies
830

Politics and Governance

School of Governance, Law and Society

The BA in Politics and Governance is a contemporary academic programme combining a strong politics and governance core with a variety of choices including international relations, economics and management.

Bachelor's Studies
English
Regular studies
€ 1650

Screen Media and Innovation

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

How relevant are screens in your life? Do you, like an average American, spend 12 hours a day with screens? Does it matter?

Screen media is a crucial source of information, knowledge and entertainment for a huge segment of the global population, an increasingly significant economy, yet also a source of anxieties regarding health, wellbeing, culture and politics.

Master's Studies
English
Regular studies
1900

Well-Being and Health Behaviour, M.A.

School of Natural Sciences and Health

Are you eager to learn about people and their concerns and emotions? How they feel alone and in relationships with other people? Would you like to know how to approach and measure a person's well-being in a science-based way? Are you ready to find solutions in the future to help people live healthier lives and prevent premature illness? Are you ready to be engaged in protecting human rights and dealing with social issues now and in the future?

Master's Studies
English
Regular studies
The cost for the semester will be published in year 2020.