Even though the biggest number of applications – 473 – was submitted to the Psychology curriculum, the Business and Management programme received the most applications per vacancy – 9,25.
Law, Advertisement and Imagology, and Elementary Pedagogy also received over eight applications per vacancy. In addition, the competition is tight in Informatics.
The most popular MA programmes are Organisational Behaviour, Social Pedagogy and Child Care, Contemporary Media, and Special Educational Needs Teacher/Consultant.
Altogether, Tallinn University received more than 7,300 applications from Estonians, and currently has over 800 applications from international students. The application is still open to many BA programmes to Finnish and Latvian students.
New students will start on 45 Bachelor’s, 52 Master’s and 14 Doctoral programmes. Students who receive a positive answer from the University must confirm their status within three days.
Lists of accepted BA students will be published on 14 July. Lists of accepted MA and PhD students will be published right after their entry exams, but no later than on 14 July.
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