Participating in international academic circles is unavoidable when developing a university - it ensures the quality and guarantees the sustainability of research and higher education. Internationalisation is not a goal by itself, but rather a measure to ensure academic quality in all focus fields of the university.
Tallinn University participates actively and successfully in international cooperation, which can be summarised as follows:
- member of 9 large international networks
- 49 bilateral agreements with partner universities from across the globe
- annual open lectures from internationally acclaimed researchers and professionals
- increasing contribution to international research collaboration
- more than 300 new international degree students annually
- one researcher and lecturer in every ten comes from abroad
- our international Summer and Winter Schools host 300-400 participants from more than 50 countries annually
Tallinn University is represented in two of the world´s most well-known rankings – the QS World University Rankings (QS WUR) and Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE WUR). Tallinn University is ranked 1001-1200 in both the rankings which means the University is among the top 5% of the world´s universities. Read more about TU ranking positions.
Senior Specialist for International Cooperation
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