Programmes

e.g Crossmedia

Health Behaviour and Wellbeing, PhD

School of Natural Sciences and Health

During the programme, the students are taught the principles of carrying out research and its practical application to pursue a career in higher education, research and development institutions and in health care system by integrating knowledge with health technologies that meet present-day expectations, taking into account the peculiarities of health administration.

PhD studies
Estonian
English
2

Human-Computer Interaction

School of Digital Technologies

The Human-Computer Interaction(HCI) programme at Tallinn University is a multidisciplinary curriculum that emphasises technology for the benefit of people.

Master's Studies
English
Cyclical studies
1250 €/per semester, 1750 €/per semester for non EU/EEA citizen

Open Society Technologies

School of Digital Technologies

In the XXI Century societies are becoming more open - balancing between choices of top-to down and bottom up, individual and collective, passive responsibility and proactive entrepreneurship, exercising tolerance, inclusion and democracy. Our mission with Open Society Technologies curriculum is developing new professionals like open society system architects, analysts, software developers or development managers, gardeners of cyber-physical systems in open society, digital policy advisors in society, social entrepreneurs etc. able of maintaining the dimensions of open society.

Master's Studies
English
1250 €/per semester, 1900 €/per semester for non EU/EEA citizen

Psychology, PhD

School of Natural Sciences and Health

The School of Natural Sciences and Health is home to researchers and lecturers who work on an international level in developmental, cultural, and school psychology and also the new psychology paradigm – idiographic psychology.

PhD studies
Estonian
English
1