Part time Master's Degree in Engineering & Technology in Estonia

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Engineering & Technology

In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

Studies in engineering and technology prepare you for the technologically oriented workforce of today.

Members of the workforce with engineering and technology training are sought out by many industries including medical research and computer software development.

 

Estonia is among other things known for its forests (they make up almost half of the territory) and for being the only country in Europe with almost total 4G network coverage. Estonia provides high-level and internationally recognized education, and many universities in the country offer degree programs in English.

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Master of Interaction Design

Estonian Academy of Arts
Campus 2 years August 2017 Estonia Tallinn

The MA in Interaction Design programme focuses on human-centered design. The ongoing evolution of smart consumer technology has increased the need for well-designed intuitive user interfaces and experiences. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Engineering & Technology in Estonia. Interaction Design is a rapidly developing creative field. The ongoing evolution of smart consumer technology has increased the need for well-designed intuitive user interfaces and experiences. Be it a mobile app, a digital display on a household machine, the front-end of a web-based service or a complex system involving different digital and physical experiences, interaction design is an essential part of it. Interaction designers aim to make users’ encounters with sophisticated information and machinery as simple and pleasant as possible. Our programme focuses on human-centered design. User research, analysis and testing form the foundation of the curriculum. Theoretical studies are built around practical design projects based on real briefs by companies from Estonia and abroad. User-based, agile design and product/service development methods ensure the sound outcome of the projects. The cooperation of our Master’s programme with the department of Graphic Design lends a solid focus on the skills and tools of graphic user interface design — data visualisation, digital typography, visual design, motion graphics, GUI prototyping, etc. Cooperation with the departments of Product Design, Interior Architecture and the programme of Design & Engineering expands the scope of the curriculum to tangible interaction and interactive spaces. Physical computing, wearable tech and virtual reality are covered by study projects. Graduates of the Interaction Design Master’s programme will be well equipped to run complex product/service development projects and to manage international multi-disciplinary teams. We expect our students to have very different backgrounds. Previous experience in design and software development is helpful, but by no means necessary. During the first semester of the program, a set of introductory courses helps students get acquainted with design, programming and entrepreneurship. We welcome everyone who has a serious interest in designing interactions, interfaces and user experiences. If you want to learn how to work as a specialist or a team leader in the field of interaction design, join our family of international students! The program is taught by a team of experienced mentors: Amid Moradganjeh is passionate about developing human-oriented approaches to advance design innovation. After finishing his Bachelor studies in mechanical engineering in Iran, Amid received an MA in Interaction Design from the Umea Institute of Design in Sweden. He has previously worked at the global design and innovation firm IDEO, as well as for Google and Microsoft. Tanel Kärp's special interest lies in non-profit and community-oriented projects studied graphic design at the Estonian Academy of Arts, and an MA (with honours) in Design and Development of Virtual Environments from the University of Tartu in Estonia. Tanel is one of the creators of Hooandja (an Estonian crowdfunding platform) and the Let’s Do It global garbage cleanup project. Jaak Kaevats is an interaction designer exploring the implications and applications of emerging technologies. He has a BA in Graphic Design from the Estonian Academy of Arts, and completed an MA in Human-Computer Interaction at the Universität für KIG Linz in Austria. In addition, numerous professionals from Estonian and foreign companies are supporting our program by sharing their experience and mentoring the student projects. Employment profiles for graduates:   Interaction designer   Interface designer   User experience designer   Service designer   Design manager   Design team leader Tuition per year: 3000 EUR ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS   Application (submitted through Dream Apply between March 1st and May 1st)   50€ application fee (paid via bank transfer)   Bachelor’s degree   Official transcript of records (translated into Estonian, English or Russian and notarised)   Proof of English proficiency: FCE or CAE, IELTS 5.5+ or TOEFL 70+   Copy of the data page of your passport or ID card   CV   Portfolio   Motivational letter   Interview [-]

Master in Robotics and Computer Engineering

University of Tartu
Campus 4 semesters September 2017 Estonia Tartu

MSc in Robotics and Computer Engineering trains highly qualified roboticists, computer and space engineers. [+]

Master’s programme in Robotics and Computer Engineering trains highly qualified roboticists, computer and space engineers. The programme provides broad knowledge in the field of robotics, computer engineering or space technology. Graduates can work in enterprises or research and development centres connected to their field of study. After successful completion of the curriculum the student: will have broad and systematic understanding in the field of robotics, computer engineering or space technology; will understand the necessity for human-centered approaches when conceiving and implementing new technological systems; will be able to provide consulting in robotics, computer engineering or space technology or cross-field consulting; will understand the ethical aspects and limitations of the field of specialisation and is able to evaluate the novelty, utility and/or economic efficiency of the results of his/her professional activity; will be ready to work in the industry as well as in the field research, development, and innovation (RDI). There are many reasons to study the programme: practical approach studies are conducted in collaboration with research groups opportunity to obtain teaching skills modern buildings and laboratories obtain knowledge of both hardware and software There is a strong emphasis on practical work. The programme will deepen the knowledge students gained during their Bachelor's studies and allow students to acquire new knowledge and skills in computing, robotics, computer science, space technology etc. Students have an opportunity to work for a semester (24 ECTS) for a company or research group in their chosen field. Students can also replace a study module with a semester abroad either studying at another university or working for a research company. Additionally students are offered management and economy modules to be able start their own business or work as a leading engineers for a company in their chosen field. Students can use many different digital eletronics laboratories which have modern equipment and tools, thus creating an excellent environment for studying and research and development activities. More info: http://www.ut.ee/robotics [-]

Masters in Cyber Security Engineering

Estonian Information Technology College
Campus Part time 3 years September 2017 Estonia Tallinn

Education: professional higher education [+]

Best Part time Masters in Engineering & Technology in Estonia. Education: professional higher education Language of instruction: English Official length of programme: 3 years, 180 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits Study form: daily study Tuition fee: 2400 € per academic year Start of studies: September 2016 Admission period for foreigners is open: until 1 May 2016 application deadline for Non-EU until 7 July 2016 application deadline for EU Curriculum comprises the following modules: Basic Skills and Competences (16 ECTS) Basics of Information Technology (24 ECTS) IT Systems Development (38 ECTS) IT Systems Administration (22 ECTS) Cyber Security (16 ECTS) Elective subjects (32 ECTS, spread into different modules, selected from a total of 91 ECTS) Internship (27 ECTS) Diploma Thesis (5 ECTS) Admission requirements The prerequisite for admission is secondary education acquired in Estonia or a corresponding level of education acquired in a foreign state. Recognition of an education certificate issued abroad is decided by the Admissions Committee based on the statement and recommendations by the Estonian ENIC/NARIC Centre (Academic Recognition Information Centre). Ranking criteria result of at least level B2 in an internationally recognised English proficiency test: Estonian state examination in English language – 66 points (1997-2013); TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) – 550/213/79 points; IELTS (The International English Language Testing System) – 6,5 points; PET (Preliminary English Test); FCE (First Certificate in English); CAE (Certificate in Advanced English); CPE (Certificate of Proficiency in English). Admission documents application (filled in the admission system); motivation letter; certificate of secondary education, incl. results report (certified copy); certificate that demonstrates the required language proficiency (original or certified copy); 1 document photo (dimensions of a digital photo: 307 x 372 pixels, recommended resolution: min 300 dpi); passport or ID-card (copy). The required documents can be entered to the admission information system (scanned versions) during admission period. The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English/Estonian. Often you can receive a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original. It is required that you send verified copies of the entry qualification documents directly to the IT College by postal mail. NB! Never send original documents by post! The Admissions Committee may interview a student candidate via Skype. Study loads at IT College Full-time study: the student meets the requirements of at least 75 % of the extent of the curriculum by the end of each academic year. Part-time study: the student meets the requirements of 50% to 75% of the extent of the curriculum by the end of each academic year. [-]

Master in Human Computer Interaction

Tallinn University
Campus 2 years September 2017 Estonia Tallinn

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is an internationally accredited 2-year Master programme (120 ECTS) in English offered by the Institute of Informatics.
The special focus of HCI aims at preparing [+]

Master in Human Computer Interaction

 

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is an internationally accredited 2-year Master programme (120 ECTS) in English offered by the Institute of Informatics.
The special focus of HCI aims at preparing specialists, equipped with knowledge and skills for designing user-friendly technology.


Students undertake interdisciplinary research and courses from the disciplines of:    •    informatics    •    design    •    behavioral and social sciencesOrganization of studies:    •    biweekly lectures    •    theory linked with practice    •    multidisciplinary teamwork.Graduates are eligible to apply for the doctoral programme “Information Society Technologies” at Tallinn University.
The programme is carried out by an international team of professors and lecturers.... [-]


Master in Digital Library Learning

Tallinn University
Campus 2 years September 2017 Estonia Tallinn

Digital Library Learning (DILL) is a two-year international master’s programme for elite information professionals to provide them with the skills and competencies necessary to navigate through the [+]

Master in Digital Library Learning

 

Digital Library Learning (DILL) is a two-year international master’s programme for elite information professionals to provide them with the skills and competencies necessary to navigate through the rapidly evolving world of digital libraries. It is offered in cooperation between Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (Norway), Tallinn University (Estonia), and the University of Parma (Italy). Students will spend at least one semester at each institution.
The first semester starts with a summer school, and takes place in Oslo, Norway. For the second semester, students are in Tallinn, Estonia. The third semester contains a second summer school, and takes place in Parma, Italy. Students will also do an international internship during this time.... [-]