Come and join unique international student organisation – ESTIEM LG Tallinn (European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management).
ESTIEM is the network for Industrial Engineering and Management students from 81 universities all over the Europe.
We offer you:
- network full of interesting people
- a change to get out of your comfort zone when being active in projects
- a way to travel cheaply all around Europe
Come and become a member – you won’t regret it! You can write us board dot tallinn at estiem dot org
GreenTech Club is a fresh student organisation, aiming to gather students from various specialties with similar interest.
Goal of the organization is to advocate environmental consciousness (awareness) of all TTÜ students, keeping up with the developments about environmental technologies and changing knowledge and ideas. We regularly organise lectures to educate our members and are working towards conducting proposals for more sustainable development in the academic sphere.
The club is also a place where great start-up ideas get support and help from our varied members.
“Green technology development is the largest economic opportunity of the 21st century”(John Doerr).
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AIESEC is the global youth network impacting the world through leadership development experiences. AIESEC has been growing leaders by offering different opportunities, such as international internships, volunteer projects and conferences for over 65 years, during that time AIESEC has developed a global learning environment which connects young people from 124 countries.
WiT - Women in Tech is a gender-neutral community and organization promoting an increased presence of women in the Tech & IT fields. Activities are aimed at empowering women to become more confident and engaged with those fields as well as share both collective and individual experiences. From creative campaigns to coding workshops to guest speaker events and networking, the goal is to provide relevant knowledge as well as friendly inclusion in a broader community made up of various partner and like minded organizations.
Contact: hello at womeintech dot com
The Association of African Students, Estonia (AASE) is a non-profit organization established to represent the interest of all African students in Estonia higher institutions of learning. Our major activities include community development, students’ empower programs, collaboration with various institutions and organizations and students’ welfare administration.
We are happy to welcome you on arrival to Estonia and feel free to contact us If you need to do so.
For more information about AASE, kindly visit our website or Facebook
Contacts: president at aaseesti dot ee, secretary at aaseesti dot ee
Mobile: +37258013935 or +37258801812.
Leading an active lifestyle? Thirsty for travelling in Europe? Want to gain new friends? AEGEE or the European Students' Forum is a European student organisation, which has a total of about 13 000 members from two hundred campuses and forty countries. Each year, more than a hundred international events take place all over Europe, the majority of them entertaining, but each with its own theme. Students of different nationalities and recent graduates participate in the events; from 15 to 900 attendees, depending on the event. A great chance to find new acquaintances, friends and future cooperation partners. In addition to entertaining events, one can participate in international projects, working groups, Winter Schools, and other training sessions. At the local level, member events take place at least once a month: workshops, game and story evenings, pub rallies, active, sports and educational endeavours and much more. There are always plenty of activities and all active people are welcomed to join.
BEST offers students various self-development and career opportunities both in Estonia and abroad. BEST-Estonia is one of the biggest and the most active groups in the BEST network. The three most important projects that are organised from year to year are career event Key to the Future, engineering competition EBEC Tallinn and the seasonal course. Several year-round training and motivation events are organised for the BEST members, both at local and international level. Four times a year they offer TTÜ students an opportunity to apply for seasonal courses taking place in various European countries.
Find out more: www.facebook.com/BEST.Estonia
TTÜ Debate Society joins students and graduates who are interested in argued discussion, debating and good company. Our main activities include teaching our members oratory skills and developing these skills through practical tasks. We prepare those students who are interested in competing for local and international debate tournaments. The Debate Society gathers twice a week: on Mondays, debating takes place in Estonian and on Wednesdays, in English.
Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
TalTech Cinema Club is a non-profit student organisation that unites students with elevated intersest for watching movies. We like to stay in touch with events taking place in the movie world and share our interest with others. Our main public activity is organising movie screenings on TalTech campus. We work on volunteer basis with the joy of sharing our movie-experience with the rest of TalTech being our reward. Our activities are supported by the university and the Student Union, thanks to their support we can keep the ticket prices low and avoid being another big commercial cinema. We cooperate with various film distributors and producers and pay royalty fees for movies that are shown in our cinema. TalTech Cinema – excitement on Mondays! In-club activities involve organising closed filmevenings, sharing our movie-experience, visiting movie premiers together and once or twice a year organising fild-trips and other out-door activities.
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Are you interested in cycling with other students? Want to visit unique places around Tallinn and elsewhere in Estonia? Are you constantly thinking of some interesting event related to cycling, but there is a lack of participants or courage to do it on your own? Or you just wish to participate in a cycling event that has been thoroughly thought out by experienced professionals, where all domestic troubles will be solved by the organisers and you just enjoy the ride? During the season, meaning from April to November, approximately 50 cycling events joining the university members take place under the organisation of our various activists. All TalTech students, graduates, staff members or just interested parties are welcome!
Find out more:
- info at rattamatkaklubi dot ee
The loam tennis court of Tallinn University of Technology is located in the forest park between the football stadium next to Corpus VI and Raja Street. The tennis court can be used on the basis of the agreement concluded with the court users and according to the time schedule published on our homepage at www.tennisekontakt.ee/ttu.
All tennis enthusiasts who belong to the lists of TTÜ students and staff can join the tennis court users. Joining fee will be added to the seasonal fee, which primarily depends on the current condition of the court inventory, but usually remains within the limit of € 30 with the member fee of the tennis section of TTÜ Sports Club. For this fee, you can use the court throughout the season, lasting approximately from the beginning of May until the middle of October. The season starts with an opening match and ends with a final match of doubles tennis. During the season there are many single matches for those who are more experienced players. Beginners can practice near the tennis court – there is a practice court with a wall for helping tennis enthusiasts from other sports to get accustomed with the racket or those who want to resume with playing tennis.
T-Teater gathered before the old days, millions of years ago, when dinosaurs and mosquitoes still ruled the world. It was in December 2001, when a bunch of young people met at Tallinn University of Technology and this developed into an extraordinary and unique life theatre. They are united by only one thing: they all have an urge to act. T-Teater derives foreign life experience from times and societies that they even have not touched in their life, but if you truly want to understand their pursuits, you should watch them. And not only while they rehearse or perform, but also in real life.
Find out more here: www.facebook.com/TallinnaTehnikaylikooliTudengiTeaterwww.tteater.ee
Skeemipesa is a blog that introduces electrotechnical projects and ideas created in Estonia and all over the world. At the same time, Skeemipesa also serves as the so-called Estonian hackerspace, where several workshops, repair cafés and other interactive meetings on the topics of electricity, electronics, and robotics are organised.
Putting together a hobby scheme is like sex. It can, of course, provide us with practical results, but that is not the main reason we do it! Have you built something interesting, want to participate in our workshops, need some help in assembling some scheme or just want to chat with other inventors?
Contact us: info[at]skeemipesa.ee
Culture Club asks you: Do you want to be a member of a team, who organises parties and event to thousands of students? Gain new friends and experience? If yes, then Culture Club is the right place for you! TalTech Culture Club is an organisation that cares for its members and the Student Body as a whole. They carry put several major projects in a year and provide you with an opportunity to meet many interesting people both among students and outside of the university. Why sit at the dorm and stare at the ceiling, if you have the chance to join the Culture Club and make your student life more interesting?!
What exactly is TalTech Photo Club? An organisation joining COOL young people, who are interested in photography. The club is thoroughly engaged in photography as one of the greatest art forms, sciences, and hobbies that broadens one’s horizon. Additionally, they will capture all major events reflecting student life, organise exhibitions and get-togethers and photographic processing of MV pictures in the rooms of the Photo Club, develop studio photo skills together, and carry out various photo contests.
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In order to enrich TTÜ educational activities, we organise events and build cars. We bring TTÜ students and rallying closer to each other. We also carry out automotive events (TTÜ Winter Rally, summer rallies). In the field of construction, it is currently our priority to build TTÜ Student Bus. After this, we are planning to construct a rally car. This enables us to provide the students with an opportunity to enrich their studies with practical activities. If needed, we sell the students automotive parts at a favourable price.
Lapikud is a software development club at TalTech that joins former and current TalTech students who are interested in IT. Their main goal is to create professional added value to the IT students of TalTech. Lapikud involve students in exciting IT projects and provide them with an opportunity to actually do something on their own. Additionally, with their Helpdesk service, Lapikud offer inexpensive computer help to students.
Robotics Club is a non-profit organisation that joins approximately 40 continuously active students, but draws together over 150 robotics enthusiasts. The club offers a free subject on robotics, numerous training sessions for pupils, students, and supervisors. The club has participated in quite a few robot competitions, where it has won prizes. It is also engaged in several development projects and completes orders, if necessary. Robotics Club is related to the organisation of Robotex (www.robotex.ee) and has close relations with international robot builders and organisations linked to robotics.
Formula Student is a product development competition mainly targeted at engineering students. The competition concept comes for the United States of America, where the university teams under the aegis of Formula SAE have been competing for almost three decades. Product development competition Formula Student covers the following: designing and building a small one-seater Formula One car, then introducing it, passing several tests with it and competing at a speedway. Participation in the project provides the student with an experience in designing and building a car and shows the young engineer the economic side of the automotive industry.
MTÜ Õigus Juuratudengid, more familiarly known as Õigus, is the student association of Tallinn Law School. It was founded in fall 2013 to act as a trustee for its members in the faculty of law and to offer study, social and cultural services for its members.
Õigus operates under Tallinn University of Technology collaborating with student unions and other student organizations, as well as with the business partners. Outside Estonia, the cooperation is carried out with other law associations from various countries. Õigus is also actively looking for new collaboration opportunities.
Õigus wants to help actively students of Tallinn Law School in study matters as well as other everyday challenges. If you have a problem, feel free to turn to us, and we will do our best to support and guide you in the difficulties of rough student life. Together we can make our student years unforgettable!