Tallinn Univeristy of Technology will open a new curriculum  that offers students a possibility to do research on e-governance field and take part of new development projects

Estonia’s e-government and the country’s other innovative e-solutions have grown into one of Europe’s success stories of the last decade. Various theories and approaches have been created on the state level to develop and link together different technologies to implement e-governance practices on a state, local and individual level. The Master’s programme e-Governance Technologies and Services gives students broad knowledge about the makings of a modern state – the transition into e-governance, its management and development. Studies include a wider overview of administrative and legal aspects of e-governance

Key features

  • Focuses on designing, developing and improving governmental systems and implementing e-government components on every level of the state
  • Specialization on IT technologies, innovation/services in public and private sector or adoption and marketing of e-government
  • User-oriented services offered by government that are based on information and communication technologies
  • Offers experience in the industry, practical research and project work already during studies

! Curriculum is closely related to “e-state technologies laboratory” offering students a possibility to do research on e-governance field and take part of new development projects as well!

Future career options
Graduates of the programme can work as public sector officials, product and software developers, and researchers who are capable of taking an interdisciplinary input based on teamwork to create and develop innovative, user-friendly and economically efficient e-governance solutions. Graduates can be future e-government technologist, architects, developers or analysts.

Read more information about the new curriculum from TUT website: TUT

“e-Governance is not only technology but also innovation, policy, legal and fiscal frameworks, management and economy. The curriculum of the programme brings together science, practices and knowledge in these fields and trains very internationally needed specialists of the e-Governance," says Arvo Ott, the Executive Director of the e-Governance Academy*


The e-Governance Academy is a non-governmental organization, which shares Estonia's expertise and experience on state level and has trained and consulted governmental officials in more than 40 countries around the world, including countries like China, India, Japan, Canada, Cuba, Georgia, United Kingdom and many more.