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E-Governance Technologies and Services MSc programme info session 2022 already on March 10th!

The master’s degree program in e-governance technologies and services provides the knowledge as well as the experience necessary to implement digital transformation both in theory and in practice. You are welcome to listen to the introduction made by our current and former graduates and receive an overview of our curriculum.

Register to the event ⇒ https://fienta.com/taltech-mastersweek

Today, the School of IT gave the year 2021 recognitions to our amazing researchers and dear colleagues. From our own research group, Ingrid Pappel got an award for being the researcher of the year and for being a co-author for the research article of the year.

The Government of Estonia through Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is having fruitful cooperation with Strathmore Business School, whose overarching objective is to promote new international partnership on digital transformation in Africa.

A new international study program Master in Artificial Intelligence for public services (AI4GOV) started this autumn. The program prepares Leaders and Professionals in artificial intelligence by bringing innovative technologies to public services.

MSc e-Governance Technologies and Service

The Master’s programme gives students a broad knowledge of developing a modern state, its transition to e-governance and paperless management. Studies include a wide overview of administrative and legal aspects of e-governance. 

recent Happenings

NGGS ’22 brings together stakeholders from academia, government and the private sector in a symposium format to better understand next generation government issues from interdisciplinary perspectives in technology, education, government, and law.

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E-governance in Estonia

Interesting insight about Estonian e-governance: "Balancing Citizen Data Privacy, Security and e-Service Accessibility" by our NGDS research group member, Eric Blake Jackson.

EIT Digital Summer School

Summer school with 35 participants from various European and Asian countries.

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