Tallinn School of Economics and Business Administration of Tallinn University of Technology (TSEBA) TSEBA has been providing a high quality education in economics and business administration since 1940, and greatly benefits from being an integral part of Tallinn University of Technology, which is second largest university in Estonia. TSEBA is the market leader in providing university level education in economics and business administration in Estonia. Total number of students is 1800. The mission of TSEBA is to be an internationally renowned national academic, research and development centre of Tallinn University of Technology in the field of social and economic sciences,
to provide academic knowledge in order to develop TUT students’ skills and values, thus contributing to Estonia’s sustainable economic growth in the globalizing world.
The mission has clearly originated from the needs of the Estonian business environment. According to the mission TSEBA is the largest among the institutions in Estonia that provide economics and business education. TSEBA provides degree programmes at all three levels and is involved in research
and development activities in the fields of social sciences and economics. Every year 350 bachelor, master and doctoral students graduate from TSEBA. Regarding the demand for the specialists who have earned a degree at TSEBA, and the employer satisfaction feedback that is regularly monitored, it can be said that TSEBA is a national academic, development and research centre in the field of social sciences and economics. A large number of students from abroad – almost 570 students from more than 40 countries (30% of the total number of TSEBA students) - contributes to the international dimension. Participation in international projects and publication in international scientific journals serves as an indication of the international dimension of the research done by the academic staff. TSEBA has established a system for receiving regular feedback from employers, which is taken into account when new courses and programmes are developed. Curriculum development is carried out in close cooperation with employers, who are represented in all the administrative bodies, councils of academic departments and the Curriculum Committee.
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