Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) — public non-profit university. It is located in Tallinn, Estonia. TUT is an active member of European University Association (EUA), Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER), Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN), European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), Baltic Management Development Association (BMDA).
The educational institution is in 75 position of Times Higher Education World University Ranking (THE).
TUT does research in different fields of study and offers bachelor and master programs.
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- Rating THE 2022
TUT tuition fees
As in many other universities in the country, the academic calendar at TUT is divided into two semesters. But for convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. Tuition fees at TUT are equal for locals and foreigners, and start from 2,693 USD per year. With the help of financial support programs, students can partially or fully cover the cost of education. On the official website of the university, you will find all the relevant information about tuition fees and scholarships.
Also, be prepared for additional expenses: accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals and personal expenses.
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- Financial Aidallowances and other types of social assistance
- Bachelorcitizens and foreigners.there are free programs.
- Mastercitizens and foreigners.there are free programs.
Bachelor degree at TUT
Before applying, you need to pass the IELTS or TOEFL exam. The minimum IELTS score is 6. The TOEFL score is not lower than 72.
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The campus of the educational institution is located in Tallinn. This opens up all the delights of life in a big city for students: a rich infrastructure, a large selection of entertainment, convenient transport, as well as more opportunities for internships or part-time jobs. However, for some students, such an abundance of opportunities can be distracting. During the period of study, students can use the university library, where they can do homework and write scientific papers. The exchange of intercultural experience occupies a special place in training at TUT. The educational institution regularly invites foreign students to participate in exchange programs and organizes various joint events.
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What to do after graduation
You can stay in Estonia for up to 9 months after graduation by applying for a job seeker visa. This must be done before the student visa expires. Look for more immigration options in our article.