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EU programs

The Estonian Information Technology College was awarded ERASMUS University Charter in April 2004. Since then, the College has been actively involved in ERASMUS student and staff mobility programmes.
The Estonian Information Technology College has been awarded the Extended University Charter during the Academic Year 2007, until the end of the current lifelong Learning Programme during the Academic Year 2013 Erasmus Extended University Charter.
The Estonian Information Technology College was awarded with Erasmus+ Charter for Higher Education 2014 – 2020.

Term Dates 2014/2015 Academic Year

Fall term 2016 29 August – 29 January
Examination Session 2 – 29 January
Spring term 2017 30 January – 18 June
Examination Session 29 May – 18 June

Term Dates 201572016 Academic Year

Fall term 2015 31 August – 31 January
Examination Session: 4 – 31 January
Spring term 2016: 1 February – 19 June
Examination Session: 30 May – 19 June

Application deadline

15 June for Fall term;
15 December for Spring term

Estonian Intensive Language Courses (ESTILC)

During the academic year 2016/2017 Estonian Intensive Language Courses (ESTILC) for Erasmus incoming exchange students will be organised. The courses are financed by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research. The format of ESTILC courses is similar to EILC courses (EILC courses are finished by now). More information …

Academic information

Estonian Information Technology College offers different forms of study as day-time and evening courses, in additio to distance learning (e-studies) . A three-year study of applied higher education totalling 180 credit points in the European Credit Transfer System produces a specific vocational qualification equal to a bachelor`s degree. The College`s priority is to train IT fields specialists. IT College graduates may choose to pursue their studies at the masters level at their home universities or abroad.

Fall semester 2016.