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Tallinn University

Estonia, Tallinn    See a map
Narva Road 25, 10120 Tallinn, Estonia

Overview

Tallinn University is the largest university of humanities in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, and the third biggest public university in the country. The university has more than 9,000 students (with 5.5% of them international), and over 900 employees, including over 400 researchers and lecturers.

Expenses

On average, the cost of living in Tallinn is 300-400 EUR per month, not including accommodation.
Accommodation: prices range from about 120 EUR (dormitory) to 200-400 EUR in private flats.
Student meals: prices range from 3 EUR to 7 EUR.
Public transport is free for the citizens of Tallinn and registered students.

Accommodation

All new students are responsible themselves for making sure they have the necessary accommodation when entering Estonia for studies. The University can help with advice and they also mediate the places between dormitories and the students. However, the places in the dormitories are limited and many students use the private housing options.


 

 

Overview

Tallinn University is the largest university of humanities in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, and the third biggest public university in the country. The university has more than 9,000 students (with 5.5% of them international), and over 900 employees, including over 400 researchers and lecturers.

Expenses

On average, the cost of living in Tallinn is 300-400 EUR per month, not including accommodation.
Accommodation: prices range from about 120 EUR (dormitory) to 200-400 EUR in private flats.
Student meals: prices range from 3 EUR to 7 EUR.
Public transport is free for the citizens of Tallinn and registered students.

Accommodation

All new students are responsible themselves for making sure they have the necessary accommodation when entering Estonia for studies. The University can help with advice and they also mediate the places between dormitories and the students. However, the places in the dormitories are limited and many students use the private housing options.