TUT signed an agreement with King Sejong Institute Foundation18.08.15
TUT scientists invented a unique technology for creating microdroplets05.08.15
TUT Board of Governors appointed Jaak Aaviksoo to office04.08.15
TUT starts the 4th Summer School27.07.15
A delegation of Mitsubishi Group visited the Mektory Centre20.07.15
More than half of international students of TUT planning to stay in Estonia for work20.07.15
TUT architecture graduates to receive an occupational qualification of a Diploma Architect16.07.15
30 July 2015, the Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) Board of Governors appointed Jaak Aaviksoo to office as rector; the academician will hold the position for five years, starting on 1 September.
The latest survey conducted by the market research company Turu-uuringute AS indicates that 72% of the school-leavers prefer Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) for...
The Tallinn University of Technology received 11,039 admission applications this year, which is nearly 11% more than last year. The largest number of applications was submitted for IT degree programmes.
Scientists from the Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) have devised a unique technology for creating microdroplets suitable for portable automatic analytical devices in various fields from internal security to environmental monitoring and space research.
The 4th TUT summer school from 26.07 to 16.08.2015 took place with richer content and more active cultural programmes.
This summer, in addition to their university diploma, TUT architecture graduates will also receive an occupational qualification of a Diploma Architect.
On 16 September, the Estonian start-up GrabCAD and the world’s leading producer of 3D printers and printing solutions Stratasys signed a contract on buying...
According to a recent survey among the international students of Tallinn University of Technology (TUT), more than half of the respondents are planning to find employment...
This year, 2230 students graduated from the Tallinn University of Technology, which is approximately 17% more than last year. The largest number of graduates was in the Tallinn School of Economics and Business Administration, the total number of cum laude graduates was 198.
On 10 July, the Innovation and Business Centre Mektory of the Tallinn University of Technology was visited by a 7-member delegation of the Mitsubishi Group. Mitsubishi...
On February a test center unique in the Baltic states for mobile applications – Smart Lab – was opened at TUT Mektory.
The technology of a wise street light fitting, developed at TUT, will be applied to use in Asian cities
The Estonian undertaking Cityntel, developing smart street lighting solutions, concluded a cooperation agreement with the cities of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya in...
On 16 of November, TUT Council elected a recognised Irish scientist Nicholas Gathergood Professor of the ERA Chair of Green Chemistry of the Department of Chemistry.
TUT Vice-Rector for Innovation and Internationalisation Tea Varrak participated in the 4th ASEM Rectors´ Conference (ARC4) held on 26-27.03 in Hangzhou, China.