Tallinn University of Technology

Introduction

Датой основания ТТУ считается 17 сентября 1918 года, когда началась учебная работа на Технических Спецкурсах в эстоноязычной инженерной школе, учрежденной Обществом Техники Эстонии. Изучать можно было машиностроение, электротехнику, кораблестроение, гидротехнику, строительство и архитектуру. Через год добавились отделения мелиорации, землемерия и технической химии.


Сейчас в ТТУ можно учиться на 8 факультетах и в 4 колледжах. Технический университет – флагман инженерного и технического образования Эстонии с примерно 13 000 студентов и 2000 сотрудников (в том числе 1200 преподавателей и ученых).



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Master of Arts in International Relations and European-Asian Studies

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Estonia Tallinn

The programme is directed to anyone interested in foreign politics as well as international economic relations and basic legal issues. Each and every student has to take the core courses in both European and Asian studies. All students are required to study either French or German. In addition, several other European languages as well as Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Korean can be taken as free electives. [+]

International Relations and European-Asian Studies Degree awarded: Master of Arts in Social Sciences (MA) Workload: 120 ECTS Language of instruction: English Duration: 2 years Number of places available: 15 Number of full tuition fee waivers: 1 Pre-Requisites: Bachelor degree or equivalent (bachelor’s degree in humanities or social sciences is preferred, but not strictly required) www.ttu.ee/masterir www.ttu.ee/ir-department The programme is directed to anyone interested in foreign politics as well as international economic relations and basic legal issues. Each and every student has to take the core courses in both European and Asian studies. All students are required to study either French or German. In addition, several other European languages as well as Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Korean can be taken as free electives. The programme is unique in the region because of its balanced attitude towards the European Union and Asia-Pacific area. Teaching is supported by research in both directions. Cooperation partners abroad include Bologna University, Stanford University, Canterbury University in New Zealand, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Pusan National University, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies and many other outstanding centres of social sciences all over the world. Key features Latest developments in theories of political science and international relations The professors are from a large variety of different regions of the world, e.g. USA, Spain, Netherlands, Italy, New Zealand, Japan, China and Ukraine Staff does not only include theoreticians, but also practitioners, who have extensive experience in diplomacy, policy making, corporate business and many other fields, and who are frequent presenters and... [-]

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