Skype and Information Technology Foundation for Education (HITSA) program Study IT in Estonia announce a scholarship competition for outstanding graduate students in IT disciplines. The scholarship fund is 52 000 euros and applications can be submitted until 21 September.
Information Technology Foundation for Education (HITSA) chose this year's best dissertations in information and communication technology (ICT). The authors were awarded the LHV Bank scholarship.
Information Technology Foundation for Education in Estonia (HITSA) together with Tallinn University of Technology and the Ministry of Education and Research organise the Cyber Security Summer School Estonia on July 13-17 2015 in Laulasmaa.
The ICT Programme of the European Regional Development Fund coordinated by the Information Technology Foundation for Education (HITSA) will end with a festive ceremony tomorrow, on 30th June, when the more important results achieved in ICT education in years 2011-2015 will be introduced.
The Estonian Information Technology College will open a new curriculum, Cyber Security Engineering, in autumn 2015. This curriculum is carried out in English.
Information Technology Foundation for Education in Estonia (HITSA) together with Tallinn University of Technology, University of Tartu and the Ministry of Education and Research call for the registration to the Cyber Security Summer School Estonia 2015.
ICT students are set to do virtual battle as part of the very first Cyberolympics to be held in Europe, organised by the Estonian Ministry of Defence, the Estonian Information Technology College and the cybersecurity company Vequrity.
On 20 November the Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications (ITL) presented the Ustus Agur scholarship to Riivo Talviste, a doctoral candidate in informatics from the University of Tartu.
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