University description (as per official university website)
Tallinn University is a public university, which was established in 18th March 2005 decision of the Parliament of Estonia in Tallinn, a number of universities and academic institutions resulting from the merger.
Formed a strong potential for teaching and research institution, which is concentrated around the more important part of Tallinn, the humanities and social scientists, and more and is increasing the share of natural and exact sciences. University of the originators of the longest traditions of Estonian history, ranging from the newest teacher in the world of humanities and social scientific thought into the land and the implementation of the Estonian context, the university also includes the most important treasures of the old books in Estonia (Baltika total).
Tallinn University is composed of 20 institutes and 5 colleges engaged in teaching and research in seven areas:
Science of law
Tallinn University is the third largest university in Estonia: a bachelor's, master's or doctoral student, and enrolled more than 9500 Over 12 000 people a year participate in university-level täienduskoolitustel and open learning. Researchers and the University employed 538 lecturers, the University employs a total of 1081 people.