More High Rankings for Tallinn University
Tallinn University continues to build its reputation as one of Estonia’s fastest emerging universities in the international ranking positions.
The Scopus Diaries public lecture was a smash hit
RASI held a public lecture on the 16th of October in which Abel Polese took center stage. The lecture was based on his guidebook The SCOPUS Diaries and the (il)logics of Academic Survival. Topics included academic survival and change.
Marek Tamm edited an English volume of Juri Lotman’s essays
Palgrave Macmillan published in this October a collection of Juri Lotman’s essays in English translation, "History, Culture and Memory: Essays in Cultural Semiotics".
Book symposium on rethinking historical time at School of Humanities
Applications for Kino Eyes 2020/2022 intake are now open
Kino Eyes is a two year Joint Master programme with a brand-new highly intensive fiction film making supported by ERASMUS+, the European Union’s education body.
TÜHI Research Seminar "Does democracy need public space? Conclusions of the Estonian Human Development Raport 2019/2020"
Tallinn University School of Humanities invites to Research Seminar!
Venia Legendi lectures 2019
Everyone is welcome to the CUDAN Venia Legendi public lectures.
Tallinn University Ranks High in the Latest Arts & Humanities Subject Rankings
Tallinn University is ranked 301–400 in the Arts & Humanities subject ranking in the 2020 THE World University Rankings.
Mait Agu's Stipend at the performative installation CLIENT DAY
October 1st marks the birthday of the legendary Estonian dance teacher and Dance Festival leader Mait Agu. Traditionally the TLU choreography curriculum awards a stipend each year on his birthday, this year it will be given out at 4 PM in a performat...
International Day of Music @ TLU
Musicians will break out of their classrooms a.k.a. what goes on when the musician is not on stage?
Orest Kormashov's exhibition in Nova
Orest Kormashov's painting exhibition will be open in the Nova Gallery from 30 September
New MA programme about innovation
BFM has opened a new programme Screen Media and Innovation that has a mission to prepare innovators - people capable of coming up with new solutions to problems media sectors face.
Record-breaking number of participants at Tallinn Summer School 2019
New programme "Wellbeing and health behaviour"
The first English-language Master's degree programme of the School of Natural Sciences and Health (SNSH) "Wellbeing and health behavior", was approved by the Ministry of Education in June and is now registered in the Estonian Education Information Sy...
Open talk: Full STEAM ahead
SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Katri-Liis Reimann
Information session about the presentation of LIFE ideas!
Open talk: Indigenous Communities Employing ICTs for Rural Socio-Economic Development
World Usability Day Estonia
Doctoral Conferment Ceremony
Digital Transformations: Tensions and responsibilities in the media
Traditional Tallinn University Christmas Fair
Tallinn University Christmas Concert
The 7th Tallinn University SOGOLAS Winter School of International Relations
Lunch seminar with Thomas Biegert "They Can't All Be Stars: The Matthew Effect, Status Bias, and Status Persistence in NBA All-Star Voting"
4th Baltic Sea Conference on Literacy
Our Goal is Innovation
College students searched for inspiration from the paintings of Kostabi
As a school project the students of BFM created a music video to a fellow student Laura Hirvoja for ...
Traineeship at the "Capital" of Europe
Aizhana is an MA student of the international degree program Educational Innovation and Leadership a...
Paavali's Exchange Studies
I'm on my third-year of Politics and Governance studies and I thought that taking part in an exchang...
Intercultural communication between Assas and Tallinn University students
My First Month in Tallinn
I am Alina and I can name the first month at TLU as FACET: Fascinating, Awesome, Cultural, Education...
Pitching ideas leads to co-operation and great projects
Social Entrepreneurship MA students got their first taste of pitching ideas on the 9th of September....
This is How the University Innovates Education!
This is How the University Innovates Education!
As the university is the promoter of innovation in education then to achieve this humongous and esse...
Where is Estonia’s Youth Policy Headed?
The future of Estonian youth policy depends on the joined-up working skills of youth policy official...
Summer Spent in School – Filled with Educational Innovation!
For the second summer, the School of Educational Sciences offered everyone interested from abroad to...
IMAESC is not over yet
I started this journey with loads of questions, and an adventurous position. Amazingly, this previou...
Integrating Open and Citizen Science into Active Learning Approaches in Higher Education
In 9th of September 2019 the new three year ERASMUS+ project INOS(Integrating open and citizen scien...
The pre-events of the Digital Innovation Days Hackathon are coming soon
Tallinn University SEMA (Social Entrepreneurship Master’s Programme) and SEB bank are holding the pr...
Изменит ли реформа образования детей в лучшую сторону?
Как выбрать правильную специальность?
Опыт абитуриентов прошлых лет в Таллиннском университет дает право утверждать, что многие желают сде...
Из повара в учителя
Помогает ли математика выиграть в лотерею?
Первый эстонский университетский ютубер
Neuro-Phenomenology in the Enactive Virtuality Lab
April brought us a new addition to the MEDIT team - Jelena Rosic joined the Enactive Virtuality lab....
Education alumna, Estonian, International Education Development Coordinator
Amir Zare Pashaei
Iran, Human-Computer Interaction alumnus Developer & UX/UI Designer