TALLINN - According to fresh statistics available from the Tax and Customs Board, 65 percent of the foreign students of the School of Information Technologies of the Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) have found work in their field in Estonia.
"It is pleasing to acknowledge that the graduates of all study programs of TalTech's School of Information Technologies, regardless of their origin, are finding work easily in Estonia. This gives us assurance that our programs meet the requirements of the labor market," Gert Jervan, dean of TalTech's School of Information Technologies, said.
He added that the entrepreneurs themselves, with whom the university works closely and who themselves contribute to the development of study programs through program councils, also have a role to play in this.
According to the Tax and Customs Board, foreign students of TalTech's cyber security and communicative electronics programs have found work the most, 79 and 73 percent, respectively.
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