Tallinn University supports the sustainable development of Estonia through high quality research and study, the education of intellectuals, public discussions and the promotion of academic partnerships.
To contribute to the sustainability of society, we aim to promote intelligent lifestyle in Estonia. This means making research-based decisions in order to improve society in general as well as the well-being of its citizens.
To achieve this, we have consolidated our activities into five focus fields.
60% of our academic staff have a doctoral degree and 61% of our academic staff are women.
From six Frascat research fields, three are prominently represented in Tallinn University: natural sciences, social sciences and humanities, and arts. These were granted a positive evaluation in 2017.
In 2017, our financed projects were in:
- Social sciences and culture – 74,3%
- Natural sciences and technology – 13,4%
- Bio- and environmental research – 9,5%
- Health research – 2,8%
As of winter 2018
Address: Uus-Sadama str 5, 10120 Tallinn, Mare building M-642, M-641 and M-612