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E-State lab is a partner in "E-GOVERNMENT 2.0 in practice” project

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The “E-GOVERMENT 2.0 in practice” project is being carried out as part of the ERASMUS+ Programme: Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices. The planned research activities to be conducted during the first stage of the project include creation of a base of knowledge and analysis of key strategic documents and case studies illustrating the ways in which highly effective E-GOVERNMENT 2.0 policies are being implemented in individual countries. The main outcome of the second phase of the project will be designing curricula and educational materials on the area of e-administration.

Project website

Ievgen Bilyk presenting EGOV curricula in Ukraine

Ievgen Bilyk was from 6th to 11 February visiting universities in Ukraine to present the Tallinn University of Technology and especially e-Governance Technologies and Services Curricula. He had several of meet-ups in Kyiv (National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Kyiv Mohyla Academy) and in Lviv (Ukranian Catholic University in Lviv, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv), and was also participating in Ukrainian Education Fair 2015.



Development Cooperation Scholarships for students from target countries

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As an integral part of Estonian foreign policy, development cooperation is directed towards ensuring peace, democracy, the observance of human rights, economic and social stability and the eradication of poverty in the world in accordance with internationally approved principles of sustainable development. Estonia observes the UN Millennium Declaration adopted in 2000 and the principles for humanitarian and development aid established by international organizations, primarily by the UN, the OECD and the EU.

E-Services Summer Course 28.06. - 11.07.2015

E-Governance Technologies and Services curricula in cooperation with the Open University of Tallinn University of Technology are holding very interesting and eye opening Summer Course that will focus on development of E-Services. The course is based largely on the success story in ICT sector in Estonia that provides an opportunity to share the Estonian knowledge and competence on a wider scale.

Group Size 15- 20 persons
Level of the Course Undergraduates
(Master/final years of Bachelor)
Credit Points 4 ECTS
Workload Classroom hours (incl. visits to other premises outside TUT; independence work) 60 hours
Practical Hands-On Sessions (incl.Hackathon) 44 hours
Final assessment e-Service Prototype
Duration 28.06.2015 - 11.07.2015, 2 weeks
Language English

Course fee 1900 € (02.02.2015)
Course fee 2500 € (06.04.2015)
Cultural program 410 €

Registration Early bird by February 2
Final deadline April 6

Details about the program


TransferWise Challenge: your chance to learn how to do more!

Dear student!

TransferWise would like to invite you to join a series of product development challenges, to be held over the current school year. All masters and 3rd year bachelor students are welcome.
The best team will win a conference trip to London in spring 2015!

We'll be holding introductory sessions in Tallinn Technical University, on the 18th Nov at 4PM (room NRG-226)More details and registration

TransferWise team


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BAFF.gifIn today’s competitive global economy, international experience is a valuable addition to any resume. Whether you are pursuing a career in financial services, IT, education, or information and media, you will have the opportunity to broaden your perspective on how to conduct business in the U.S., work closely with a mentor, and network.

The BAFF Professional Internship Program scholarship is all-inclusive, and scholarship recipients receive up to $30,000 for six-month or yearlong internships in the U.S. Live and work in places as diverse as New York City, Washington D.C., Chicago, or San Diego!

Ericsson Innovation Awards competition for students

Ericsson has today announced the launch of the sixth annual Innovation Awards, a competition in which university students are given the opportunity to be drivers of fundamental change in society.

The focus this year is on the future of learning. What will be the new learning tools and methodologies? How can we make learning accessible to all? What tools will we need when lifelong learning becomes necessary for everyone? What needs to happen when learning shifts out of the schoolhouse and goes online? Go ahead – challenge yourself.