COVID-19 and admissions
The application deadline for EU candidates has been moved to June 1.
Application deadline for citizens from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine is May 1. However, it is possible to add some documents to the already submitted online application after the deadline as well. Please contact email@example.com for more guidance.
Application deadline for Finnish, Latvian and Lithuanian citizens applying for study programmes of the School of Business and Governance is August 1.
It's important to include all your education documents by the application deadline. The Admissions office needs them to pre-evaluate your eligibility for a given programme. If you cannot submit the English language certificate or any other required document by the deadline, please notify the Admissions office via firstname.lastname@example.org. All such cases will be reviewed individually.
You can also apply based on your latest results. This means that please upload your interim transcript to DreamApply. Please note that you need to inform the Admissions Office about your secondary school exam results by August 16th at the latest.
Please note that you must submit your education documents in digital form by the application deadline. In case you are unable to submit the final Diploma, you should include your most recent transcript (Diploma may be submitted later). The Admissions office needs this to pre-evaluate your eligibility for a given programme.
Be sure to contact the admissions office (email@example.com) to explain your situation. Be as specific as possible in your email - if possible, write in more detail about the dates and information you have received from your school/university.
Yes, in some cases it is possible. Please contact the Admissions office via firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. Please also include specific information in your letter: where you come from, when would you take the test and when will you receive the final certificate.
Alternatively, you can take an online TalTech English Language test, for which you can register until April 20. The test can be taken once, online on 27th April, for a fee of 45 EUR. More information HERE.
If you are interested in joining TalTech in fall 2020 but are concerned about current travel restrictions, we would still encourage you to apply. We are committed to ensuring that all applied students can enroll for the academic year 2020/2021. If your application is successful, we will be in touch with further guidance up to enrollment. We are currently exploring alternative solutions for launching the new academic year and will update you regularly as more information becomes available.
No. We consider all applications regardless of the home country or current location, as has always been the case.
The one-time application fee of EUR 100 cannot be waived. The fee must be paid for International Admissions to process your application.
According to Tallinn University of Technology's Admission Requirements Chapter 1, § 5. (5) Persons from outside of the European Union commencing studies in a self-paid study programme shall pay the tuition fee for the first academic year prior to matriculation. Should the applicant fail to commence studies or waive a student place, the abovementioned fee shall not be refunded, unless commencement of studies is prevented by circumstances beyond the control of the student (e.g. not been granted a visa to arrive for studies).
Note! Refunds are made to the same account the payment was initially made from.
We are able to issue the final acceptance letter, which is required for visa/TRP application, only once all the conditions in the conditional acceptance letter listed are fulfilled. Considering the current situation in the world, the university won't issue final acceptance letters until the Estonian embassies are open. If the university receives confirmed information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we will also inform the candidates and start issuing final acceptance letters.