Applications are Now Open! – Educational Innovation and Leadership Master's Programme

Exciting News for Current and Aspiring Educational Innovators! Applications are now open for the Master's Programme in Educational Innovation and Leadership Master's Programme at Tallinn University!


Are you eager to make a difference in the world of education? Join the community at Tallinn University's Master's Programme in Educational Innovation and Leadership (EduInno). We're now accepting applications and offering you the opportunity to get prepared with actional strategies, a deep understanding of educational dynamics and transform your passion for education into impactful leadership. 

Why this programme?

  • Global Community, Local Impact: Join an international cohort where diverse experiences converge, fostering a tight-knit community. Together, we co-create actionable strategies and solutions, bridging the gap between passion and leadership.
  • Building Sustainable Societies: Education is the gateway to a sustainable future. EduInno seeks future leaders dedicated to driving global change in education. Shape the future, become a leader in education development.
  • Rooted in Excellence: Benefit from Estonia's world-renowned education system. Learn from thought leaders and experienced educators who have driven Estonia's educational success story.

Are you who we are looking for?

  • Passionate & Driven: Seeking individuals passionate about transforming education, driving change in institutions, and challenging conventional thinking.
  • Innovators & Challengers: Innovate, challenge norms, and drive change in vital educational issues. Transition from envisioning change to being the driving force behind it.

  • Pragmatic Leaders: Pragmatic individuals aiming for success in driving educational change. Enroll others, negotiate within established orders, and make lasting impacts.

Programme Highlights

  • Development of leadership, research, and innovation skills.
  • Hands-on learning with Estonia's leading educational practices.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of educational policies, effective learning environments, psychology, and technology.
  • Strategic action planning to apply knowledge and skills in your own educational project.

Special Webinar Invitation

Mark your calendar for the 20th of February at 16:00 EET to join us for the webinar. Anna-Liisa Jõgi, Associate Professor of Research Methods, alongside the EduInno alumni will be there to walk you through the nuances of our program and address any questions you might have. Secure your spot by registering here.

Learn more about the programme