Study possibilities for Ukrainian students - Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool

Study possibilities for Ukrainian students

TTK UAS will create study opportunities for Ukrainian students with Ukrainian citizenship whose studies were interrupted due to the war in their home country.

TTK UAS does not have full study programmes in English (our language of instruction is Estonian) and therefore we can offer Ukrainian students who have already been accepted to a university in Ukraine and have been forced to suspend their studies due to Russian aggression in their country, the possibility of enrolling in our studies as visiting students by choosing suitable courses from the list of subjects we offer each academic year in English.

Visiting student status is not possible if you are not currently enrolled in university-level studies.

The courses offered in English for the 2022/23 academic year can be consulted here.
*Change the language to English on the left-hand side.

If you are interested in studying at TTK UAS as a visiting student, please contact us by e-mail at (in English).

For enrolment, please submit by e-mail the visiting student registration form, a copy of your identity document and, if issued, a copy of the Estonian residence card.

Before enrolment, we need you to present documents proving your previous education and a document called the Background Paper issued by the Estonian ENIC/NARIC centre. Please contact the Estonian ENIC/NARIC centre which will issue a Background Paper on your previous education. Information on how to obtain the Background Paper for refugees is available here.
The contact e-mail for the Estonian ENIC/NARIC Centre is

You can find additional information about study opportunities in Estonia on the web page of the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research and on the Study in Estonia web page.

You can also contact the Education and Youth Board for more information:

If you need assistance with settling in Estonia, we recommend turning first to the refugee reception centre that provides first aid to people who have fled the war in Ukraine. The centres offer counselling services, first aid, clothing and other assistance if necessary, and free accommodation. The reception centres will be located in the cities of Tallinn, Tartu, and Pärnu.

For contact and all questions related to relocation to Estonia, we recommend consulting the following webpage: You can find information about the most frequently asked questions there.