Tallinn University of Technology

Report
Heiki Beres
Careers Officer
Values
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Openness and
innovation
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Loyalty
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Partnership and
tolerance
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Professionalism
Main targets
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To enhance the quality
of higher education
and R&D
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To increase the
number of
international students
and personnel
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To establish
international
knowledge networks
and transfer
Tallinn University of Technology (1)
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Campus area: 53 ha
Tallinn University of Technology (2)
Tallinn University of Technology (3)
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Type of institution: public university
Date of establishment: 1918
Location: capital of Estonia – Tallinn
8 faculties
33 departments and 113 chairs
9 faculty research centers
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10 affiliated institutions, including
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4 regional colleges
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Languages: Estonian, Russian and
English
Structure
UNIVERSITY COUNCIL
University
Governance
Rector
Rectors Office
Advisory Board
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Social Sciences
Faculty of Power Engineering
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Information
Technology
Tallinn School of Economics
and Business Administration
Faculty of Chemical and
Materials Technology
Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering
Colleges:
Tallinna College
Kuressaare College
Virumaa College
Tartu College
Institutions:
Library
Institute of Geology
Institute of Cybernetics
Marine Systems Institute
Technomedicum
Certification Centre
Administrative and Support Structure
Faculties
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Chemistry and Materials
Technology
Civil Engineering
Information Technology
Mechanical Engineering
Power Engineering
School of Economics and
Business Administration
Science
Social Sciences
R&D institutions
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Colleges (4):
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Tallinn College
Tartu College (in Tartu)
Kuressaare College (in Saaremaa)
Virumaa College (in Kohtla-Järve)
Institute of Geology
Institute of Cybernetics
Institute of Marine
Systems
Certification Centre
of TUT
Technomedicum of TUT
Library
Tallinn University of Technology (2)
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People:
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Staff
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Students
2 000 (January 2011)
13 488 (January, 2011)
Students (1)
Power Engineering
748
Tallinn
College
1180
Mechanical
Engineering
1025
Tartu
College
330
Virumaa
College
560
Kuressaare
College
187
Chemical and
Materials
Technology
595
Civil Engineering
1529
Faculty of Science
671
Information
Technology
2166
Economics and BA
3374
Social Sciences
1374
Students (2)
Non-academic studies (incl. TUT colleges)
1 905
Doctoral
710
Master’s
3254
Engineering studies
1329
Bachelor
6541
Academic studies
11 834
TOTAL
13739
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International co-operation (1)
BALTECH
University Consortium in Science and Technology
BUP
Baltic University Program
BSRUN
The Baltic Sea Region University Network
EURAXESS
The European Services Network
UNICA
Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe
International co-operation (2)
EUA
The European University Association
CESAER
the Conference of European Schools for Advanced
Engineering Education and Research
ECIU
European Consortium of Innovative Universities
SEFI
European Society for Engineering Education
FEANI
European Federation of National Engineering
Associations. Estonian Association of Engineers
International co-operation (3)
Organizations in Estonia:
The British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce
TUT is a Fist Class member since 2008.
In addition to these, TUT academic and administrative
staff participates in several other international networks
and organizations at faculty level or by individual
membership.
International programms 2010/2011
TUT offers 13
Programmes in
English
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3 Bachelor studies
7 Master studies
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3 Joint Master programms
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Admission of international students has grown by 32%.
TUT enrolled 168 international students in 2010.
International Study Center www.ttu.ee/en
Centres of Excellence on TUT level (1)
Our best science groups in fundamental researches:
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Chemical Biology
(Prof. Erkki Truve,
Prof. Margus Lopp)
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Biomedical Engineering
(Prof. Kalju Meigas)
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Fine Structured Materials
(Prof. Urve Kallavus)
Centres of Excellence on TUT level (2)
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Electronics and Bionics
(Prof. Toomas Rang)
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Tribomaterials and Tribology
(Prof. Priit Kulu)
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Earth System Science
(Prof. Rein Vaikmäe)
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Oil Shale Technology and
Sustainable Power Engineering
(Prof. Aadu Paist)
Centres of Excellence on
State and EU level
Centre of excellence on state level
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Mechanics of Non-linear
Processes
(Prof. Jüri Engelbrecht)
Centres of excellence on state
and EU level
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Solar Energy Materials
(prof. Enn Mellikov)
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Computer Science
(prof. Jaan Penjam)
Activities for society
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Life learning program
Programs for high schools
Regional development
Cultural activities
Sports possibilities
Technology and innovation centre
etc
Cooperation with enterprises
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R&D contracts
Certification and quality
control, expertises, testing
and consultations
EU programmes and projects
Industry scholarships
Doctoral schools
Students’ practical training
at enterprises
Supplementary education and
retraining
Tallinn Technology Park – Tehnopol
Established by
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TUT
City of Tallinn and
Republic of Estonia
Basic data:
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46,000 m2 rental
area
10 ha land
130 high-tech firms
Tallinn Technology Park – Tehnopol
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TEHNOPOL offers:
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Business accommodation
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Business development services
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Cooperation with universities
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Field-specific communication networks
Tehnopol resident companies
Medicine and
biotechnology
Material and chemical
technology
Tehnopol resident companies
ICT
Electronics
Tehnopol incubator companies
Business development services
Individual consulting and business development
 development strategy and tactics
 finding business partners
 finding finances
 help in marketing and sales
Business networking services
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international cooperation networks
cooperation in sector based networks
cooperation network in Tehnopol
StartUp Garage
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Meeting place for students, scientists and
entrepreneurs to start new ventures
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People with different skills
Creative and motivating environment
Guidance to make things happen
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CAREERS SERVICE OF TUT
Careers Service of TUT
Careers service is a part of Office of Academic
Affairs, directly under the vice rector for
Academic Affairs
Services are free for all counterparts
Career Counsellor
Careers Officer
Main Services
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Career counselling for students- mostly solution-centered
brief therapy
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Career seminars and workshops in cooperation
with employers.
Online database of internship and job offers
Surveys (first destination survey, employers
feedback)
Self-help materials
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“Working in Estonia”
Cooperation with employers
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Job and internship database: www.ttu.ee/career
Career seminars and workshops
Career fair “Key to the Future” www.vt.ee
University Open Doors
Scolarships from Estonian (or from Estonian
branch) companies: www.ttu.ee/arengufond
Work shadowing
Company visits
Near future
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New web portal
Center of Career and Counselling & new office
Improvement of internship system
Contacts
Ehitajate tee 5, V-101
19086 Tallinn
 +372 6203518
www.ttu.ee/career
@ [email protected]
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Thank you!

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