Tallinn University of Applied Sciences

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Tallinn University of Applied Sciences
Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool
Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool 2018.jpg
Tallinn University of Applied Sciences building in Uus Maailm
MottoUsus Est Magister Optimus
TypePublic
Established1915
RectorEnno Lend
Students2234 (2017)
Location,
59°25′35.38″N 24°44′29.34″E / 59.4264944°N 24.7414833°E / 59.4264944; 24.7414833Coordinates: 59°25′35.38″N 24°44′29.34″E / 59.4264944°N 24.7414833°E / 59.4264944; 24.7414833
Websitetktk.ee

Tallinn University of Applied Sciences (Estonian: Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool; TTK) is a vocational university in Tallinn, Estonia, founded in 1992. It provides higher education in the field of engineering.

Tallinn College of Engineering is a legal successor to the Tallinn Technical Secondary School for Building and Mechanics established in 1962, that itself was built upon the Tallinn Commercial School for Boys, founded in 1915.

University has 6 institutes: Institute of Architecture, Institute of Circular Economy and Technology, Institute of Clothing and Textile, Institute of Civil Engineering, Institute of Logistics, and Institute of Technology.[1]

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  1. ^ Institutes and Centres Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool

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