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The Estonian Information Technology College (EITC) (Estonian: Eesti Infotehnoloogia Kolledž (EIK)) is a private non-profit institution of professional higher education (university of applied sciences) in Estonia, located in Tallinn. EITC provides Estonian applied higher education diploma-level (at least 180 ECTS credit points; equal to the Bachelor’s degree under the Bologna process) education in information technology in four main programmes (IT Systems Administration, IT Systems Development, Information Systems Analysis and Technical Communication), carries out shorter-term vocational training programmes as well as various R&D-oriented activities.
The IT College is well equipped with the latest educational technology and boasts the most impressive ratio of students to computers of any Estonian college. The College has around 150 computers at students’ disposal , each with a permanent Internet connection (at a rate of up to 1 Gbit/s) and a wide array of additional equipment and accessories. The IT College is fully covered with WiFi. The College runs practical classes in its excellent range of laboratories, which include a Cisco network technology laboratory, a Siemens VoIP technology telecommunications laboratory and a microcontroller laboratory fitted with both 8- and 32-bit microcontrollers with models from Liewenthal Electronics and ARM. The College’s laboratories are home to a Student Robotics Club, which have won first prizes during 10 years at the Robotex Open (www.robotex.ee). The College’s students are tutoring pupils from various schools of Tallinn on robot construction/robotics.