Status & Facts

Owner:

Estonian IT Foundation

Birthday:

on May 17, 2000

Founders:

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

Status:

Private non-profit higher educational establishment

Accreditation:

Evaluated of the quality of a study program group at 21.08.2010

Location:

 Raja 4C, Tallinn 12616, Estonia

Premises:

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

 Majors:

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

Library:

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

Enrollment:

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.

Scholarships:

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.

Contacts:

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