Tallinn University of Technology

Kickstart your career within IT at TalTech!


The School of Information Technology prepares bachelor, master and doctorate specialists in one of the fastest-growing fields of science and technology, which is information and communication technology. Good international R&D and collaboration with companies lay the foundation for high-quality science-based learning.

The School of Information Technology has more than 2,100 students and employs 150 lecturers, researchers and engineers. 

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Solid reputation

Ranked in top 3,5% of the best universities in the world and is among 551-600 best schools in the field of Computer Science (QS University Rankings). 

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Modern facilities

Modern city-campus accommodates a library, classrooms, laboratories, dormitories, cafeteria and other student facilities, including a smart digital campus where a self-driving vehicle, 5G internet and satellites are being developed.

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Intensive cooperation

The students have a chance to take part in significant research projects or be involved in cooperation projects with companies like Microsoft, Google, IBM, Samsung, Mitsubishi, ABB, and more!

Why TalTech?

Founded in 1918, TalTech is the only university of technology and is one of the most international university in Estonia with over 1000 international degree students coming from 89 different countries. 

Quick facts:

At TalTech, we make real things and develop them on the spot from scratch. The featured projects cover a wide range - self-driving vehicles, satellites, e-Pavement (road pavement that produces solar electricity), artificial intelligence to create personal routes for tourist, and much more! We offer an opportunity to study in a modern digital campus where many of the most recent technologies are tested and implemented on a daily basis. One of our recent initiatives — TalTechDigital — links digitalisation with education, making TalTech the most innovative campus in the country.

Learn more about TalTech

Online admission procedure

Find the programme you are interested in applying to. 

Bachelor's programmes

Master's programmes

Make sure you meet the general requirements which you can see in the description on each programme page. Candidates with at least 60% of the highest possible CGPA are eligible. Familiarize yourself with the programme's description and programme-specific requirements which are described on the web site of the programme you are interested in.

International applicants (applicants who do not have Estonian citizenship or right of permanent residence in Estonia) apply through the online application system DreamApply. You may only create one account. Candidates with multiple active accounts will be disqualified.

To apply, you must upload and submit the following documents with your application on DreamApply:

  • Education documents (final or most recent) and official English translations
  • Copy of passport identification page (document needs to be valid during application process)
  • Proof of English
  • GRE General Test Score Report* 
  • Type in your motivation letter (3000-5500 characters) 

NB! It is important to properly cite and reference any sources used in your motivation letter. It has to be authentic, otherwise, the university has the right to dismiss your application.

*Applicants who have obtained a full Bachelor's degree in EU/EFTA/OECD member countries are waived from the GRE requirement.

Get more details on HOW TO APPLY

The application fee is 100 EUR per applicant, which enables you to apply for 2 programmes. Your online application will be processed only after the non-refundable application fee has been received by the International Admissions office. Please submit your application once you have paid the application fee. After the payment has been completed, upload the application fee payment receipt to the "TalTech application fee" task in DreamApply portal. Only submitted applications are being processed.

Your application will be pre-evaluated within 7 working days only after receiving your application fee. All further instructions and requests for any additional documents will be sent personally.

You will be contacted personally to agree on the interview date and, if applicable, you will be given instructions about the Moodle admissions test.

Please see information about examinations and online interviews on selected programme page.

Don't worry if you are not contacted right away – it might take a while to go through the applications.

After passing the interview and test, you will be conditionally accepted. Read through the conditional acceptance letter – it includes all required documents and deadlines.

All education documents will be assessed by the ENIC/NARIC Center. The evaluation process may take up to a month.

The final acceptance letter will be issued after the university has:

  • received applicant's confirmation for the study offer on DreamApply,
  • received all the required documents by post,
  • received a positive evaluation for education documents from ENIC/NARIC Center,
  • received the first-year tuition fee in full (if applicable).

After receiving the final acceptance letter by e-mail, you can start planning your new life in Estonia!

New curriculum of E-Governance Technologies and Services has been established at TalTech

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Join one of the fully English taught programmes in IT at the most innovative university in Estonia!

New curriculum of E-Governance Technologies and Services has been established at TalTech

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Join one of the fully English taught programmes in IT at the most innovative university in Estonia!