Last week, we awarded our first self-titled scholarship to Annemari Tatra, a Master’s student at Tallinn University of Technology!
In Annemari’s case, her will to continuously develop herself, offering her own solutions and new ways of thinking, became a decisive factor. Her clear interest in being a part of constructing sustainable and environmentally friendly buildings is a sign of a true forward-looking future big name.
The Capital Mill scholarship was intended for one successful Master’s student at Tallinn University of Technology’s Faculty of Engineering (Faculty of Buildings and Facilities). The amount of the scholarship is 3,000 euros and the support is allocated through the TalTech’s Development Fund.