Estonia, a country in Northern Europe, borders the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. The official capital of Estonia is Tallinn. Higher education in Estonia, comes with a relatively low tuition fee programmes, living costs and various scholarships for international students. If you’ve chosen to study in Tallin University of Technology, then read this piece for more information.
Tallinn University of Technology (TTÜ), established in 1918, is the only technical university in Estonia. TTÜ, in the capital city of Tallinn, is a university for engineering, business, and public administration.TTÜ has colleges in Tallinn, Tartu, Kuressaare and Kohtla-Järve.
To start your admission processes, you must apply by visiting this link:
The online application form must be submitted to apply for studies at Tallinn University of Technology. Create
an account to complete the online application. You may complete it in multiple sessions.
You’ll also have the opportunity to submit:
- A Motivation Letter – highlighting why you would like to attend the chosen programme and explaining your future academic and career goals;
- CV – detailing your educational background and professional experience, if applicable.
The application fee is 100 EUR per student. Your online application will be processed only after the non-refundable application fee has been received by the International Recruitment and Admissions Division.
English language requirements:
English language requirement must be fulfilled by the application deadline.
- IELTS (Academic)- a minimum overall grade of 5.5, with 5.5 or above in each element.
Please note that IELTS test score is valid 2 years only and older tests are not accepted.
- TOEFL (iBT)- a minimum overall score 72, with listening 17 or above, reading 18 or above, speaking 20 or above, writing 17 or above.
Test result must be sent directly to Tallinn University of Technology by the Educational Testing Service. TOEFL institutional code for Tallinn University of Technology is 8665.
Please note that TOEFL iBT test score is valid 2 years only and older tests are not accepted.
Cost of living
Living costs in Estonia are affordable and are considered to be lower than in most other European countries.
On average, the cost of living in Tallinn is 300-400 EUR per month, not including accommodation.
Accommodation: prices range from 150 EUR (dormitory) to 200-400 EUR in private flats.
Public transport tickets: single ticket costs €2 (€1for ISIC Student and Scholar Card holders), monthly cards from 8.50 EUR (for students) to 23 EUR. Public transport is free for the citizens of Tallinn.
Private Room or Flat
There are several options for finding accommodation in a private room or flat. The prices for private accommodation range from 250-450 EUR or more for an average private flat. Utilities might additionally be around 80-200 EUR per month