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Length: 3 years
Study pace: Full time
Education level: Bachelor's degree
Location: Tallinn
Language: English

Program description

Program description

BA in Law 

This three year bachelor program from TalTech offers students the chance to study modern techniques in legal interpretation and implementation, and the interrelations between different legal systems.

Students will gain an understanding of international and European Union law, private and public law, and international relations, as well as newer areas, such as law and technology.

Program highlights:

  • Faculty members include highly qualified legal academics, well-respected legal practitioners from international law firms, public officials, public prosecutors, trial lawyers and judges
  • Student exchange with top European universities, such as Maastricht University and Turku University, and international summer schools
  • Participation in international moot court competitions, research projects, and various networks, such as the European Law Faculties Association, and the International Association of Law Schools
  • Access to the best legal online library in the region, and use of virtual studies to complement lectures and seminars

Admission requirements

Applicants will need the following:

  • Secondary school graduation certificate and transcript
  • Motivation letter
  • Online interview

Degree and diploma

Graduates of this program will be awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences (BA).

Tuition Fees - Information about local and international student costs

Please contact TalTech for more information about pricing and scholarships.

Scholarships

A tuition fee waiver is a scholarship that grants free education based on the points gained in the course of admission. It is automatically awarded to the best candidates according to the points gained in the course of admission. Scholarship is awarded for the whole study period.

TTU Testimonials

Shamaise - BA in Law

“Why did you leave a sunny area for a place that is usually cold?” I have been asked this question many times before and my answer is simple, travelling to Estonia is worth the 12 hours and 41 minutes flight from Antigua because the experience received is priceless. I first learnt of Estonia from a fellow Antiguan who was completing his final year of studies. Shamaise I then decided to do some research of my own and the information that was unveiled was absolutely amazing! As a student, one of your main concerns will be managing your finances. Estonia affords you the opportunity to live comfortably while maintaining a social life. For instance, public transportation is free with your student Isic card or bus card. Also, you are eligible to receive discounts at restaurants, the movies, travelling and the list goes on.

I am in love with nature and I knew apart from studying I will be engulfed in my surrounding areas. Estonia’s beautifully constructed buildings along with cobble stone streets have the perfect medieval feel while tossing in that 21st century flair. The views in the Old Town are undeniably breath-taking and gives you that deserving time to rejuvenate from intense studying.

Why did you chose Tallinn University of Technology?

Despite the fact that Estonia is a small Baltic country in Europe, the Government takes pride in technological developments. I strongly believe learning is effective when technology is incorporated. Once I discovered lectures can be followed using the Moodle site and professors who encourage the use of technology in their lectures that was a plus for me. To add to this decision, TTU has one of the best library facilities that I have seen and provides you with electronic and physical materials that are useful for any assignment that you will need to complete.

What do you think about the programme you are studying?

I am currently completing my first year in Bachelor of Law. The course requires research, facts, confidence and the ability to articulate these three. I am able to learn the fundamentals of International and European Law which allows me to utilize these skills learnt in the Caribbean community.  The professors promote team work within the classroom which encourages unity and learning different perspectives on a topic. Also, the professors supervise these groups and are approachable if you need assistance with completing a task. Everyone loves a good mystery and seeing justice being enforced in our society. Tallinn law school provides you with the tools to make it a reality.

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About school

Tallin University of Technology

TalTech is a modern and internationally successful institute, with a long academic history. The public university is the only technological university in Estonia, and Estonia’s leader when it comes to engineering and technical education. Set in an inspiring environment, TalTech offers...


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Tallinn University of Technology

Ehitajate tee 5
19086 Tallinn
Estonia

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estonia.dreamapply.com

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