Apply for a doctoral position on the topic of "Language, identity and spatial-policy choices in the state gymnasia in Russian-dominant settings"
A doctoral position to research efforts to develop quality education in Estonian-Russian state high schools and the experiences of those participating in this new initiative.
RECORDING: Open Doors Day 2023 on 1 March
The University of Tartu welcomes our future bachelor’s and medical students to join Open Doors Day 2023 on 1 March
Admission to the University of Tartu has started
The University of Tartu invites international students interested in international bachelor’s and master’s studies to submit their applications. Studies start at the beginning of September 2023.
Alumni Talk: The best place in the world for studying Estonian and Finno-Ugric Languages
Join us on 12 January at 5 pm for an Alumni Talk by Merit Niinemägi, who will tell you why Tartu is the best place in the world for studying Estonian and Finno-Ugric Languages.
Join the first series of Alumni Talks in January
Join us in January 2023 for our first series of Alumni Talks! Our international alumni will share their journey at the university and give a lecture on a chosen topic.
Webinar: Admissions to international bachelor's and master's programmes 2023
Join us for an online info session where we will cover the admission process, important deadlines and English requirements for 2023 applicants.
Kantar Emor survey: University of Tartu diploma is still the most valued in the labour market
According to the universities’ reputation survey people of all age groups consider the University of Tartu to be Estonia’s most reputable higher education institution.
Extended application deadline for Ukrainian citizens
The UT has extended the application deadline for Ukrainian citizens until 1 June for all English-taught first and second-level programmes.
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.