Tallinn University of Technology

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Tallinn University of
Technology
Enn Listra, Dean
Founded as engineering college
in 1918, Tallinn University of
Technology acquired university
status in 1936
TUT is one of the largest
universities in Estonia with about
11,500 students and 1,800
employees, offering bachelor,
master and doctoral degree
programmes
Academic part of the university is
organised into 8 faculties, 32
departments, 111 chairs and 8
affiliated institutions
Faculties
Civil Engineering
Power Engineering
Information Technology
Chemistry and
Materials Technology
Mechanical Engineering
Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Economics and
Business Administration
Humanities
TALLINN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(TSEBA)
TSEBA offers:
Academic degree education: bachelor,
master’s, doctoral studies
Continuing education in economics and
business administration
Tuition in open university
Economic fundamental and applied
research
Why study economics at TUT?(1)
TUT is the largest university in Estonia that
provides higher economic education
Long traditions and experience in
academic economic education
strong orientation to topics of specific organizations –
rather practical
Fully accredited programmes (BA, MA, PhD)
The biggest possibilities for specialization
Teaching staff are renowned economists,
practicing professionals, visiting lectors
Flexible pace of studies and comfortable regime
Why study economics at TUT?(2)
It is possible to choose subjects from among
other TUT curricula
A lot of extracurricular activities. Club FC
Economics Master
International student exchange programmes,
TUT has long-term international contacts and
cooperation
Number of students in TSEBA
Students:
International students:
Undergraduate
Post-graduate
MBA students
MA students
Doctoral students
Sept 2007
2108
131
1110
808
326
482
59
Academic staff
103, of whom:
14 professors
21 associated professors
15 researchers
Accreditations
Bachelor programmes
Master`s programmes
Doctoral programmes
Bachelor`s programmes (3 years)
Business Administration
accounting
business finance
management
marketing
international business administration (english)
Economics
finance and banking
public economics
Master`s programmes
Master`s programmes (3+2; 4+1)
management and marketing
economics
finance and accounting
MBA
business administration
international business administration
(english)
Doctoral study programmes
Economic theory
Financial economics
Business administration
Bachelor program in English:
International Business Administration
Degree: BA (Bachelor of Arts in
Economics)
120 credit points (180 ECTS), 3 years
Master’s program in English:
International Business Administration
Degree: MBA (Master of Business
Administration)
Study field: Economics and Business
Administration
80 credit points (120 ECTS)
Departments of TSEBA
Department of Business Administration
Department of Accounting
Department of Public Economy
Department of Economics
16 Chairs
Department of Business
Administration
Chair of Organisation and Management
Chair of Logistics and Real Estate
Chair of Organisation of Production and
Services
Chair of Marketing
Chair of Labour Environment and Safety
Chair of Small Business
Department of Accounting
Chair of Financial Accounting
Chair of Management Accounting
Department of Economics
Chair of Business Mathematics
Chair of Theoretical Economics
Chair of Finance and Banking
Chair of Statistics and Econometrics
Department of Public Economy
Chair of Public Economics
Chair of Business Law
Chair of Economic Policy
Chair of Business Sociology
Structural Units of TSEBA
Centre for Economic Education – tailormade courses for companies
Centre for Economic Research –
fundamental and applied economic
research
Centre for Entrepreneurship and
Development
Centre for International Programmes
Research activities
The objective is to conduct high-level fundamental
and applied research for the welfare of Estonia
The main areas of research are:
Economic systems modelling and convergence
of socio-economic systems
Entrepreneurship and business environment
Innovation policy and management in a
knowledge-based economy
Research: international relations
Membership in more than 30 international
organisations (ICEG; ECSB; GDN; IAES;
COPE; ISSEI; ESRA; EAIE; EALE; EBEN;
EIBA; ESA)
Co-operation on research with Universities
from 25 countries
Conferences
National and international conferences (23 every year) (Wismar University, EIBA
conference, etc )
15th Nordic Conference on Small
Business Research: 21-23 May 2008 in
Tallinn
Executive Education Centre at TUT
Provides continuing economic and
management training to enterprises,
organisations and individuals:
Internal training courses
Tailor-made solutions
Development programmes
Open training courses
International cooperation (1)
TSEBA has more than 40 partner institutions:
(Reims Management School, Hanken, ISCTE,
Business School of Milano Polytechnic, University
of Amsterdam the Faculty of Economics and
Business, Reykjavik University, Stockholm
University, ISM University of Management and
Economics, Athens University of Economics and
Business, Napier University, London South Bank
University etc.). Since 2006 member of EFMD(European
Foundation of Management Development)
International cooperation (2)
TSEBA is member of organisations uniting
renowned business schools
member of EFMD
since 2007 member of CEEMAN
member of BMDA
member of EIASM
Inetnational cooperation (3)
The number of exchange students has
increased rapidly during last years. In fall
semester 2007 we had 70 exchange
students from 17 countries.
The student body in TSEBA is
multicultural, we have exchange students
from European countries plus students
fron China, India, Bangladesh, Russia,
Egypt, Belorussia, Japan, etc.
International cooperation (4)
Our professors are members of reputable
professional organisations:
(International Atlantic Economic Society, Royal
Economic Society, American Economic
Association, European Council for Small Business
and Entrepreneurship (ECSB), European Safety
and Reliability Association, European Business
Ethics Network (EBEN), The European
Association for Evolutionary Political Economy etc.
International cooperation (5)
Joint degree on undergraduate level with
Denmark – HIBAT of Aarhus University;
Estonia – TSEBA
Finland - Lahti Polytechnic;
Iceland – Reikjavik University;
Norway – Telemark University College;
Sweden– Mälardalen University
International cooperation (6)
Joint degree on postgraduate level with
(Nordic Master in Business Administration)
Sweden – Stockholm University
Latvia - SSE Riga
Norway - NTNU
Estonia – TSEBA
Tallinn School of Economics and
Business Administration of Tallinn
University of Technology
Kopli 101
11712 Tallinn
e-mail: [email protected]
http://majandus.ttu.ee
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