TALLINN - "We have given students basic knowledge through theory, and have managed to make them think independently and solve problems in everyday life."It's a good mantra for Tallinn Technical University, a higher education school that has spent the last 80 years educating students in everything from the basic trades to high tech engineering skills.The words of Tallinn Technical University Principal Olav Aarna are backed up by years of results. The school, one of 36 higher education schools in Estonia, began as a technical college. In 1940, it opened an economics department and today, hold...
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