Tallinn University of Technology





Tallinn University of Technology [TUT] is one of the top raked universities in the Baltic States.

TUT was founded in 1918, as a School of Engineering Today, tuition is provided by eight faculties and four colleges. Its faculties are: Civil Engineering, Power Engineering, Information Technology, Chemical and Materials Technology, Economics and Business Administration, Science, Mechanical Engineering and Social Sciences.

TUT has an enrolment of about 14, 500 students.

It is a growing and ambitious university that has established strategic and benchmarking partnerships with University of Berkeley (USA), KTH - Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden and Aalto University, in Finland.

With its scenic location in Mustamäe, TUT is the only campus-type university in the Baltic, and one of the most compact university campuses in Europe. The TUT campus comprises 55 buildings on a site of 55.5 hectares.

Courses offered through English


The rent for double room on-campus is about €90 per month