Tallinn University of Technology

Marine Engineering (in Estonian)    

  • Applied higher education studies, 4 years, 240 ECTS

    Sustainable Technologies in Blue Economy (in Estonian) 

    • Bachelor’s studies, 3 years, 180 ECTS

    Master’s studies 

    Marine Engineering (in English)

    • Master’s studies, 2 years, 120 ECTS

    Marine Engineering is a perfect specialisation option for bachelor’s degree engineering or other programme graduates with technical interests, paving the way for a wide variety of career opportunities. If you are interested in sustainability, innovation and the marine environment, this programme is for you!

    A Master of Science in Marine Engineering knows the different sectors of maritime industry and demonstrates diverse engineering competence. As a graduate, he or she is an expert in designing and building ships or other marine structures. In constantly developing maritime industry, graduates of the MSc programme in Marine Engineering are able to respond to such challenges of green transition as developing marine structures from sustainable materials, refitting vessels for their transfer to climate-neutral fuels, or construction of floating offshore wind turbines.
    Courses take place in two autumn semesters (Sep – Jan) at TalTech Kuressaare College on Saaremaa Island, and in the first spring semester (Feb – June) at TalTech main campus in Tallinn. The spring semester of the second academic year is intended for the completion of the master's thesis.
    Students for this study programme are admitted based on the admission threshold. An online interview will be conducted only with the candidates who have passed preliminary evaluation. The maximum score for the motivation letter and online interview is 10 points. An applicant who receives the minimum of 5 points is admitted.

    For further information about the programme and admission requirements, see here.

    Application deadlines and admission process here