Tallinn University School of Governance, Law and Society welcomes qualified international students from around the world to apply for our study programmes taught in English.


  • The school of Governance, Law, and Society has a large international student body and a large number of international faculty members.
  • Modern study environment – SOGOLAS is located in Mare – that has great conditions for study and leisure.
  • International opportunities – SOGOLAS has dozens of ERASMUS partnership contracts that makes it possible for you to go abroad to enjoy European student life.

School of Governance, Law and Society offers the following internationally recognised degree programmes on PhD level:

Government and Politics                               Sociology                                Social Work                                  Demography

Bachelor’s Studies

A Bachelor’s is the first level of the higher education study system. Bachelor’s studies take three years of full-time study to complete.


Master’s Studies

Master’s studies make it possible to focus on a more specialized subject. Master’s studies take two years of full-time study to complete.


Doctoral Studies

PhD is for those who want to develop a career in science. PhD studies take four years of full-time study to complete.


Exchange Studies

Already a student? As an exchange student, you will find a warm welcome with us.  Let your exchange studies be an experience!


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Tõnis Stamberg

Sotsioloogia eriala vilistlane, Turu-uuringute ASi tegevjuht

Tallinna Ülikools saad enda jaoks vajalikud oskused ja teadmised, et elus hästi hakkama saada.

Özgür Baykara

Research Assistant

Tallinn University is great in international law and building close connections with professors.