Programmes

e.g Crossmedia

Communication Management

Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School

The Communication Management programme offers different subjects focusing on diverse paths of communication management. It offers systematic knowledge of modern communication theories, methods and applications. The programme creates opportunities not only to design and manage communication, and not only to solve problems innovatively by using analytical thinking, scientific knowledge and the best international practice, but also to conduct research and find applications for research results in various fields of communication. The international staff members share their experiences and bring students closer to the real experience of jobs.

Master's Studies
English
Cyclical 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

Human Rights in the Digital Society

School of Governance, Law and Society

The MA programme in Human Rights in the Digital Society was created to address new developments and challenges in law and society that have arisen in connection with the ever-increasing digitalisation.

Master's Studies
English
2030

International Relations

School of Governance, Law and Society

Are you interested in international security and the changing world order? Then International Relations at Tallinn University is for you!

Master's Studies
English
€ 1628

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

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

Social Entrepreneurship

School of Governance, Law and Society

The Social Entrepreneurship programme is a progressive educational initiative of Tallinn University with the aim to promote entrepreneurship and the innovation of the social and health sector, environmental protection, urban development, rural development and community development.

Master's Studies
English
1924