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Extension to 1 June for Ukrainians: International MA in Estonian and Finno-Ugric languages

The deadline for Ukrainian citizens to apply to our Master's programme in Estonian and Finno-Ugric Languages (EFUL) has been extended to 1 June 2022.

What is EFUL and why study in Tartu?

EFUL is a unique Master’s programme, combining in-depth language learning with comprehensive, English-based studies in linguistics. We offer specialisations in either Estonian or Finno-Ugric Languages.

Tartu offers an exciting international environment in its smallness and enclosure of nature. Not only will you meet a lot of Estonians, but also other Finno-Ugric people. Our language classes are taught by native speakers in Estonian, Hungarian, Finnish, and Komi.

Tartu as a young and inspiring city has a lot to offer. In connection with Tartu being the European capital of culture in 2024, there are always cultural events to visit and international projects going on. Learn more about our Master’s programme and studying in Tartu.

How to apply?

The admission requirements are a bachelor’s degree and English language proficiency. Learn more about admissions and on how to apply for EFUL Master’s program.

Scholarships and more

University of Tartu is actively preparing for receiving refugees from Ukraine and offers support for Ukrainian staff and students. A scholarship fund for Ukrainian students has been established and tuition waivers are available. More information for applicants who are Ukrainian citizens can be found here

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