Research and development at Tallinn University is done by our academic units, who are responsible for R&D in our five focus fields. Institutes host research and development centres. The common goal of academic units and R&D centres is to promote research and doctoral studies in their field, arrange and coordinate research groups, ensure a research basis for studies and participate in evaluative activities.
The Tallinn University Research and Development centres are:
- Centre for Landscape and Culture in the School of Humanities, as part of the cultural competences focus field
- Institute of Ecology in the School of Natural Sciences and Health, as part of the healthy and sustainable lifestyle focus field
- Institute for International Social Studies in the School of Governance, Law and Society, as part of the society and open governance focus field
- Estonian Institute for Population Studies in the School of Governance, Law and Society, as part of the society and open governance focus field
- Centre for Educational Technology in the School of Digital Technologies, as part of the digital and media culture focus field