Status & Facts


Estonian IT Foundation


on May 17, 2000


Republic of Estonia (represented by Ministry of Education and Research), Tartu University, Tallinna Technical University, Estonian Telecom, Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications


Private non-profit higher educational establishment


Evaluated of the quality of a study program group at 21.08.2010


 Raja 4C, Tallinn 12616, Estonia


New building since January 2008.

The largest auditorium of 219 seats, 4 smaller auditoria, 3 computer classrooms with a 26 PCs, one computer classroom 16 PCs, 4 labs: Cisco, Multimedia, Robotics and Telecommunications, classroom for language studies, 4 meeting rooms, and library.

Total useful space: 3677 m2.

Study period:

 3 years


IT Systems Development,
IT Systems Administration,
Information Systems Analysis,
Technical Communication

 On graduation:

 Diploma (‘Bologna-type’ the first degree, enabling access to Master’s studies)

Credit Points Required for Graduation:

 At least 180 ECTS credit points

Number of Students

 over 900 in fall 2012

Number of Graduates

 585 by January 2013

Language of Instruction:

 Estonian, partially in English

No of Lecturers:

 12 full time, 40 contract based visiting lecturers

Academic Calendar:

 two 20-week semesters per year

Computer Network:

 Gigabit Ethernet (LAN and external access) with approximately 200 PC-s, Public WiFi (Wireless Internet) 802.11 a/b/g


professional literature, periodicals, 8 PCs, CD-ROMs, DVDs, scanner, printer


Number of state fundeded study places: 125

Number of fee based study places: up to 150. Tuition fee in 2012 ~€ 2 436 for all from the EU, for others ~€ 3 431.


The scholarship program was established at the Open Estonia Foundation and since 2001 the funds are managed by the Estonian IT Foundation.

Scholarships from:

Scholarships have been founded by Datel, Elion, EMT, Eesti Ühispank, Hansapank, Hewlett-Packard, IBM Estonia, Microlink, Microsoft, Nokia, Open Estonia Foundation, Oracle, Santa Monica Networks, Starman, Tele2

 Largest Donors:

Estonian state – 23 million kroons; Swedish government / NUTEK – 5 million kroons; Eesti Telekom – 2 million kroons; Hansapank – 1,2 million kroons; Telia – 1 million kroons

Hard- and software donors:

3K Group, Cisco Systems, Compaq, Elion, EMT, Ericsson, Hewlett-Packard, Liewenthal Electronics, Microlink, Microsoft, Oracle, Privador, Siemens, Sybase, SSPS Inc.


Estonian Information Technology College
Raja 4C
12616 Tallinn, Estonia
Tel +372 628 5800
Fax +372 628 5801
E-mail: info AT
Skype: info_itcollege