Tallinn University of Technology

The employees of the EuroTeQ project's partner universities have the opportunity to participate in the project to establish collaborative relationships in various areas of the administrative support structure. It is a great opportunity to gain experience from Europe's leading technical universities.

EuroTeQ staff mobility map

Riina Potter, the director of TalTech's Mobility Centre, said that taking part in external training courses helps to support the professional development of employees and provides inspiration for integrating new solutions into their daily work. “Learning from the experiences of others is always the most valuable. Especially when it is shared by professionals from Europe’s leading universities,” Potter explained. “It is no less important to gain general outside experiences to open your horizons and establish new contacts,” she added. 

You can apply to the following universities through the EuroTeQ Staff Mobility Programme:

  • Technical University of Munich (DE)
  • Technical University of Denmark (DK)
  • Technical University of Eindhoven (NL)
  • École Polytechnique (FR)
  • Czech Technical University (CZ)

Further information on EuroTeQ’s staff mobility and the application process can be found in the TalTech´s intranet.

The Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is participating in the EuroTeQ Engineering University project together with a number of leading European technology universities (Technical University of Munich, Eindhoven University of Technology, Technical University of Denmark, École Polytechnique, Czech Technical University in Prague, Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), and Technion). The collaborative project will strengthen the links between teaching, research, innovation, and knowledge transfer through the recognition of common qualifications and degrees (including microdegrees). It will also provide an opportunity to establish collaborative projects with international enterprises such as BMW, Siemens, Ubisoft, etc.

The EuroTeQ Engineering University project is co-financed by the EU’s Erasmus+ programme.