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Anthropology. The content of the Anthropology programme is focused on developing an understanding of what does it mean to be a human in the world, from a comparative perspective. Read more

Anthropology

The content of the Anthropology programme is focused on developing an understanding of what does it mean to be a human in the world, from a comparative perspective.

Our courses and projects examine issues pertaining to the relativity of world-views as well as specific cultural practices and place them in a global context. This is primarily carried out through analysing ethnographic texts and anthropological films in a seminar setting.

Many of the courses address issues like capitalism, globalisation, anthropological cinema, anthropology of perception, amongst others. All students carry out their own anthropological study in close collaboration with a supervisor.

The Anthropology Programme at Tallinn University offers an MA degree conducted in English. The Audiovisual Ethnography Module allows researchers to produce audiovisual materials as part of their final projects. Researchers interested in pursuing doctoral studies in Anthropology at TLU can do so within the Studies of Cultures programme.

Who are we looking for?

The Anthropology course would be of interest to students that wish to learn more about cultural diversity in a global context. We are also looking for students that are motivated to base their project on participant observation. The knowledge that is produced by our dissertations arises from an empathetic immersion in the social context being studied.

Our approach is inspired by a variety of disciplinary and epistemological approaches. While most of our members of staff come from an Anglo/French tradition in Social Anthropology, the environment at the School of Humanities fosters a transdisciplinary approach which includes Cultural Geography, Philosophy, Semiotics, and Literature Studies.

Why study with us?

We are constantly looking for ways to make new connections between disciplines, vocabularies, and concepts that will allow us to render a sophisticated understanding of the faculties of contemporary social life.

The research and teaching of Anthropology at Tallinn University is encouraged and sustained by a cosmopolitan staff; their regional research interests cover the Baltics, Turkey, the Caribbean, India, and Western Europe amongst others.

Our international scope is complemented through our ERASMUS programme, where students are offered the opportunity to study up to one year in another European university. We currently have an expanding number of ERASMUS agreements with European universities and will soon include international universities through the ERASMUS+ programme.

All our graduates have either continued on to either post graduate studies or found employment in the public and private sector.



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The Communication Management programme offers different subjects focusing on diverse paths of communication management. It offers systematic knowledge of modern communication theories, methods and applications. Read more

The Communication Management programme offers different subjects focusing on diverse paths of communication management. It offers systematic knowledge of modern communication theories, methods and applications. The programme creates opportunities not only to design and manage communication, and not only to solve problems innovatively by using analytical thinking, scientific knowledge and the best international practice, but also to conduct research and find applications for research results in various fields of communication. The international staff members share their experiences and bring students closer to the real experience of jobs.

Who are we looking for?

Different students might be interested in this programme. For example those who desire to become creative thinkers, able to produce innovative solutions in the field of communication management. Covering a wide range of different but interconnected subjects, this programme best suits the needs of those interested in communication, marketing, sociology, intercultural communication and general humanities. Young people who wish to live abroad or to work in community development projects might also find that this programme suits their needs.

Why study with us?

Our programme involves more than mere communicating with people. It analyses, in depth, the fundamental role of communication and helps to explain the process of communication. The subjects offered show that there are different perspectives, modes and means of communication. Our programme supports cultural and ethical values; its special focus is on Intercultural Communication, not only dealing with people with diverse cultural backgrounds, but also with people of different ages, genders, social classes etc. The specialisation module includes courses that prepare the individual for leadership in any corporate multinational or transnational organisation through a deep knowledge of the relationship between globalisation, identity, society and culture.



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Digital Learning Games (DLG) is a 2 years international master’s curriculum in the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies. Read more

Digital Learning Games (DLG) is a 2 years international master’s curriculum in the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies. The main objective is to bring together people with different background, form heterogeneous teams, learn from experts and from each other, and make games.

Who are we looking for?

Since most of the games are created in cooperation, all people with different backgrounds can find a role in the game design and development team. Everybody who is interested in making games and learning game design is welcome to join. It is easier to find a role in the game design team if you have the following background:

  • Developers (programming)
  • Artists (2D and 3D graphics, animation, sound)
  • Teachers (instructional designers and educational technologists)
  • Psychologists

Why study with us?

This curriculum is unique because of its interdisciplinary nature. It integrates wisdom from the following domains:

  • Design (conceptual and graphical design)
  • ICT (user experience design and software development)
  • Pedagogy (instructional design)
  • Psychology (engagement design and emotioneering)

In order to cover a wide range of game design aspects this curriculum is provided in cooperation with 4 different TLU institutes:

  • School of Digital Technologies (DTI)
  • Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM)
  • School of Educational Sciences (HARI)
  • School of Humanities (TÜHI)

Most of the learning activities are organized as teamwork. Students form smaller groups, take different roles and design game aspects and games from ideas to working prototypes.



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During the studies the students receive knowledge about scriptwriting, directing and producing various genres of documentary films. Read more

During the studies the students receive knowledge about scriptwriting, directing and producing various genres of documentary films. They learn the basics of film language and narratives in documentaries. At Tallinn University it is possible to do that in a multicultural environment together with lecturers and coursemates from different countries. On daily basis our students are able to use a studio complex with modern TV, film and editing equipment.

Why Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School?

  • The Tallinn University Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM) focuses on professional hands-on training designed for international careers. BFM has over 1100 students, about 230 of them are foreigners from more than 50 countries worldwide.
  • Graduates leave with an extensive portfolio of films and audio-visual content for further career, plus an internationally validated university degree.
  • BFM believes in hands-on approach.
  • Lectures at BFM are given by well-known filmmakers and media professionals in Estonia such as Jarmo Valkola, Kersti Uibo, Riho Västrik.
  • The university provides students with a state of the art facilities and equipment. BFM building houses Estonia’s first 4K cinema hall, film and sound studios, and editing rooms. In addition, BFM is home to Estonian Digital Centre, which offers post-production services.
  • BFM has over 30 partner universities in Europe and China, which offers a truly exciting mix of cultures that creates an invaluable professional network for your later career.

Scholarships

You can find more information on specific scholarships here: http://www.tlu.ee/en/Baltic-Film-Media-Arts-and-Communication-School/Studies/Study-allowance

For more general scholarships and financial aid information that is available please visit our website: http://www.tlu.ee/en/Degree-Studies/Scholarships



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The Educational Innovation and Leadership master´s programme is all about improving what matters the most – education. And doing it not according to some inner feeling, but on the basis of evidence and research. Read more

The Educational Innovation and Leadership master´s programme is all about improving what matters the most – education. And doing it not according to some inner feeling, but on the basis of evidence and research. We believe that education is the foundation of everything, may it be citizenship, economy or governance. How we are taught to think is what sets the ground for further discussions. Our curriculum is built so that all of the courses support the designing, planning, implementing and analysing of an intervention in an educational institution. The students are expected to be the co-creators of their learning process, if not the main leaders of it. Because they are the leaders of the 21st century, the leaders of the future!

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for true stars, because only the best are suitable for leading education. This is an open master’s programme which means we don't set any criteria to the field of a student’s former education. We are waiting for students whose work (or future work) is connected to education – school leaders, teachers, policy makers, representatives from non-formal education etc. The most important thing is the will to make a difference, to improve the current situation they come from.

Why study with us?

Estonia has managed to transform its education in 25 years from the regular Soviet schooling to one of the world's best – look at the results of PISA 2015! How did this transformation happen, what does it mean? And how can other countries learn and benefit from this experience? During the program, students will have the opportunity to take a look at the kitchen side of Estonian education, analysing and comparing it to their country of origin. Estonia truly is a leading country in the field of education and Tallinn University is the leading teacher-education institution in Estonia. You do the math! The leading force of educational knowledge has found its home in the School of Educational Sciences, in our research centre and innovation hub. This really is the one and only place to become an expert in educational innovation and leadership. We do a lot of collaboration with other institutes in Tallinn University and also with the University of Helsinki, in order to combine highest level professional competences and in-life examples.



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Estonian Studies is a unique MA programme, teaching Estonian language, culture, history, societal and political topics using English. Read more

Estonian Studies is a unique MA programme, teaching Estonian language, culture, history, societal and political topics using English.

Estonian Studies enables not only to get a broad-based and interdisciplinary postgraduate degree but enhance the ability to see both the uniqueness and specifics of Estonia, and place Estonia in a global context. Estonian Studies is in many respects the calling card of Estonia and is aimed at everybody who is interested in various aspects of Estonia and wish to acquire a related academic education.

Who are we looking for?

Our main target group are people who are interested in the Estonian language, culture, history and society but who do not have Estonian as their first language.

Our study programme is suitable for you:

  • if you have been learning the Estonian language and culture in one of the universities in the world that teach these subjects, you are interested in Estonian culture, history and society but your Estonian is not good enough to study in Estonian. Estonian Studies will help you to enhance your knowledge on Estonia and develop your language skills.
  • if your BA is in any other field but you are interested in Estonia and you wish to know how Estonian society functions, what is unique to the culture and wish to develop your Estonian language skills up to intermediate level.

if you are interested in Estonian literature, you have some knowledge of Estonian language and you wish to translate Estonian literature into your native language in the future.

Why study with us?

Estonian Studies provides knowledge of Estonian language, culture, society, politics and history, as well as opportunities to learn the Estonian language and enhance skills of translating literature. Nowhere in the world can one get better quality knowledge on these topics than in Estonia, taught by the most distinguished scholars in their field.

The MA programme suits not only those who have only passing knowledge of Estonia but also those who have more detailed prior knowledge and wish to enhance their knowledge and skills. All our students will be able to develop their Estonian language skills. Estonian B1 is the minimum requirement for graduation, although the people admitted with higher language level will be able to enhance their skills even further. The learning outcomes of the programme guarantee that by the time of graduation the students have received necessary academic competences in Estonian language, culture, history and society.

Read more about the programme in our blog here.

Study support facilities

The Estonian Studies programme is housed within the School of Humanities and utilises all the facilities made available by Tallinn University. The university campus houses a study library, the main university library situated within easy reach in the city centre. The National Library of Estonia is also in the city centre.

Before applying to the programme, one can learn more about Tallinn University while participating in Tallinn Summer School. It is a 3-week programme running in July, combining a wide range of courses with a rich, diverse cultural programme and attracting participants from all over the world. More information here. 

Take a walk around our campus via the virtual tour!



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 Are you interested in international security and the changing world order? Then International Relations at Tallinn University is for you! Our programme… Read more

 Are you interested in international security and the changing world order? Then International Relations at Tallinn University is for you! Our programme is provides flexibility to ensure that students are able to make the most of their education.  It is a great opportunity to learn from some of the top IR scholars in the field and to experience it in an international environment.  Best of all you’ll be able to gain valuable knowledge and improve your analytical skills in International Relations at Tallinn University. The programme unites traditions of Anglo-American and continental European IR scholarship and education in reflecting the changing international system and the security threats that are emerging.

Who are we looking for?

Students with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations or a related field are encouraged to apply. Related fields include political science, economics, history, law, anthropology, and human geography. We are looking for highly motivated and active students who can not only excel academically but also contribute to the study environment in a positive manor. Students who do not have a relevant academic background are still permitted to apply and will be expected to demonstrate their ability to be successful in our programme. That will usually include IR relevant practical or employment experiences to make up for an IR academic background. 

Why study with us?

  • Internationally renowned and experienced and faculty from Canada, Finland, USA, and Estonia.
  • Innovative teaching methods.
  • International student body and study environment with students from all over the world.
  • Is the only IR curriculum in the region that gives an overview on contemporary security threats as well as the regionalization process.
  • Focuses on foreign and security policy (incl. the small-state perspectives) and regional cooperation in world politics.
  • Gives in-depth knowledge of state relations, international organizations and the role of non-state actors.
  • Has a mandatory internship to provide students with practical experience and networking before graduation.
  • Interdisciplinary approach, including an interdisciplinary project, which will broaden perspectives.


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Engage in broadly interdisciplinary MA study programme of the relationship between literature, visual culture and film in contemporary and historical contexts. Read more
  • Engage in broadly interdisciplinary MA study programme of the relationship between literature, visual culture and film in contemporary and historical contexts.
  • Gain cutting-edge theoretical insights into intermedial aesthetics and into philosophy of literature, art and film.
  • Equip yourself with critical tools for cultural analysis of contemporary image and text-based media.

Students also acquire various practical skills such as analytical and problem solving skills, writing and presentation skills that enhance their employment opportunities and prepare them for different career pathways.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for students whose interests are not limited to one of the traditional discipline in the humanities, but who are interested in exploring the relationship between words, still and moving images both historically as well as in contemporary culture.

Why study with us?

  • Interdisciplinary programme that is run in collaboration with the Estonian Academy of Art. The faculty is comprised of renowned experts in literature, art, film and visual culture. 
  • Ample opportunities for acquiring practical skills. The programme collaborates with major international literary, art and film festivals in Tallinn. 
  • Seminar-led courses that foster an active debating and discussing environment. 
  • Individual approach to students that provides a supportive learning environment and offers the opportunity to follow personal research interests from an early stage of studies. 
  • International study groups with students from all over the world. The diverse cultural backgrounds of the students contribute to the spirit of comparative study of culture. 
  • Research centred programme - possibility for further studies at PhD level. 
  • Open to students from all disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.


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Are you a. developer. or. entrepreneur. who wish to have larger. social impact. ? Or a professional of the social and health sector who wants to create more sustainable services? Then Social Entrepreneurship Master´s program of Tallinn University is for you. Read more

Are you a developer or entrepreneur who wish to have larger social impact? Or a professional of the social and health sector who wants to create more sustainable services? Then Social Entrepreneurship Master´s program of Tallinn University is for you.

The Social Entrepreneurship program is a progressive educational initiative of Tallinn University with the aim to promote entrepreneurship and the innovation of the social and health sector, environmental protection, urban development, rural development and community development.

Who are we looking for?

Students with a bachelor’s degree in social sciences or business are encouraged to apply. We also encourage social and health professionals, activists, entrepreneurs, owners of small and medium enterprises and even developers, marketers, designers, media experts who are interested in creative developments with a strong social impact.

We are looking for highly motivated students who are full of ideas and creativity and want to contribute to the society with their positive energy. Our aim is to create a multidisciplinary, international learning and working environment where with the method of project based learning participants inspire each other using the supportive infrastructure of Estonia and Tallinn University.

Why study with us?

  • Estonia’s advanced eGovernance system and the strong spirit of entrepreneurship creates an innovative and inspiring environment for creative development.
  • It is the only curriculum for Social Entrepreneurship in the region that gives not only an academic degree but also a supportive environment for development.
  • The program follows the project based learning method. Experienced staff members of Tallinn University will guide students through their learning process in a very practice oriented way using the academic and creative infrastructure of Tallinn University for both academic learning and development.
  • Has a mandatory internship to provide students with practical experience and networking before graduation.
  • Interdisciplinary approach, including interdisciplinary project courses, which will broaden perspectives.
  • International student body and study environment with students from all over the world. Our program encourages to develop ideas on international level while Estonia’s e-residency system provides participants with the opportunity to use the advanced digital environment of Estonia even after students turned back to their home country.
  • Broad career prospects – social entrepreneurs are welcome both in public sector bringing sustainable solutions to social and health services and also in private sector helping businesses to have larger social impact.


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