Master in Software Engineering University of Tartu

Software Engineering is a 2-year Master’s programme that aims at providing students with advanced software engineering and management skills, as well as specialized skills in two major application domains: enterprise systems and embedded real-time systems. It is jointly delivered by the University of Tartu and Tallinn University of Technology. Upon graduation students will receive a diploma from both universities.

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Aims

The programme aims to provide graduates with the skills and knowledge needed to take on research and development positions in the software industry, and to grow into leadership roles, or to pursue further graduate studies in the field. Graduates from the programme have the competence to join the highly dynamic software industry in the Baltics, Northern and Eastern Europe.

  • International class
  • International faculty
  • Lessons in foreign language 50%
  • International study tours
  • International traineeship
  • Traineeship at international companies
  • Attendance of the master abroad
  • Issuance of foreign diploma and certifications
Tuition-waiver scholarships available
Cost of the master: Free
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Provenance Students Worldwide:
Detail of origin:
Europe
25%
10%
15%
40%
10%
Finland
10%
60%
10%
10%
10%
Gender:
80%
20%
Job Experience:
YES75%
NO25%
Age of participants:
  • Under 25

    70%
  • 26 - 30

    25%
  • 31 - 35

    5%
Total:
964
Foreigners:
10%
Profession Teaching Staff:
5%
University professors
55%
Researchers/lecturers/visiting professors
5%
Politicians, officers, lobbyists
30%
Professionals
5%
Consultants/freelancers
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