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Tallinn • Art • Architecture • History
According to the Statutes of the EAA, the main objective of activity at the Estonian Academy of Arts is to promote creativity and research, enabling the acquirement of a contemporary higher education based on integrated study, meeting the standard of higher education in the field of fine arts, design, media, architecture, art history, conservation-restoration and teacher education.
With the Estonian Minister of Education and Research' Act no.145 from February 10, 2007, the EAA was accredited by an international expert committee as an institution.
The Estonian Academy of Arts has signed around 80 bilateral agreements with universities which participate in ERASMUS programme, but has also partner institutions outside the ERASMUS higher education space – in Switzerland, USA, Russia, Australia and also with some private universities within the European Union.
Tallinn • Communication
Art • Dance
TLS consists of four structural units: Chair of Public Law, Chair of Law & Technology and Jean Monnet Chair of European Law and Human Rights Centre.
Tallinn • Mechanical Engineering
Tallinn College of Engineering is a legal successor of the Tallinn Technical Secondary School for Building and Mechanics established in 1962.
Tallinn • Music • Theatre
Some prominent graduates of the Estonian Academy of Music include singer Aile Asszonyi and Ain Anger, conductors Roman Matsov, Tõnu Kaljuste, Olari Elts, Eri Klas, and Kristiina Poska, composers Arvo Pärt, Lepo Sumera, and Erkki-Sven Tüür.
Physics • Biophysics • Genetics, Heredity
The clinic is the largest employer of Tartu.
The clinic had a pioneering role in the study of mental illnesses as it was the world's first university clinic with a psychiatry department. Famous German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin worked there.
The surgery of the clinic is connected with works of famous Russian surgeons Nikolay Pirogov (worked there in 1836–1840) and Nikolai Burdenko (worked there in 1906–1918).