Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech University)
Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is the only higher education institution in Estonia that offers maritime studies, at their Maritime Academy. Studies taught in English at TalTech deal with management, maritime economics, investments, water tourism, and commercial operations. The Centre for Blue Economy is located on the island of Saaaremaa.
Tallinn is the dynamic capital of Estonia. Tallinn is one of Northern Europe’s best-preserved medieval cities, with its delightful old town, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Estonia is a modern country with particular progress in the field of IT. Its elections are conducted electronically, and Skype was first developed in Tallinn.
This is an Erasmus + agreement. As an Erasmus student, you will be participating in the world’s largest exchange programme and can study at good European universities without paying tuition. Through Erasmus+, you will be given an extra grant that provides more money to enjoy your stay.
B2 in English is required to study at this university. Everyone participating in an Erasmus+ exchange programme must take a free online language test online before they travel, and they will be given access to a language course through this service. The Division of Research, Internationalisation and Innovation (AFII) will inform you of this test in advance.
If you can document that part of the study takes place in Estonian, you may receive a grant from the State Educational Loan Fund, Norway for a 4-week language course to be taken in Estonia prior to the start of the semester.
You will not be paying tuition at this institution and will receive the Erasmus+ grant in addition to a grant from the State Educational Loan Fund, Norway. You will receive the same financial support from the State Educational Loan Fund, Norway as for studies in Norway, in addition to a travel grant. You must pay a semester fee to HVL in order to receive a loan and grant from the State Educational Loan Fund, Norway during the exchange period.
In order to apply for a student exchange programme, your application must first be approved by the study programme of your faculty. An approved application means that you have been given an academic pre-approval for the course or traineeship you will be doing abroad. The academic pre-approval specifies what you will be doing while you are on an exchange programme and confirms these activities will be fully approved as part of your education plan at HVL.
What can I study?
Bachelor of Nautical ScienceIf you are studying nautical sciences, you may do an exchange programme in the 5th semester. Contact the academic contact person for more information.
Master of Maritime OperationsIf you are doing a Master’s in Maritime Operations, you may do an exchange programme in the 3rd semester of the master’s programme. Contact the academic contact person for more information.
If you are studying nautical sciences, you may do an exchange programme in the 5th semester. Contact the academic contact person for more information.