Іноземні студенти можуть претендувати на отримання стипендії для навчання на певних бакалаврських та магістерських програмах університету Тарту. Дедлайн - 15 квітня/1 червня 2017 р. (далі - англ.).
Studies at the University of Tartu take place in Estonian and English languages. The official teaching language for most Bachelor's programmes is Estonian; however, currently there are three programmes available fully in English:
- Business Administration
- Science and Technology
People holding a secondary education or a corresponding qualification have access to higher education.
Admission and application requirements
- Submit the online application form by April 15 (for programmes taught in English at bachelor's level). You will receive an applicant code, which gives access to your account to track your application status. You will be asked to upload the electronic copies of all the required documents to your online application.
- Accepted candidates to Englisht-taught programmes are required to mail the signed application form with the rest of the required documents to the University within 3 weeks from the announcement of the offer (applies to only those receiving the admission offer, unless instructed otherwise by the admissions staff). Please post the documents to: Student Admissions, University of Tartu, Ülikooli 18-134, Tartu 50090, ESTONIA. If your application documents do not reach us in 3 weeks, the University has a right to withdraw the admission offer.
Note that the application deadline for Estonian-taught programmes is June 1 and all candidates are required to submit their application documents both electronically and by regular mail. The documents must reach the University by post by the application deadline.
Students are admitted according to ranking lists formed on the basis of entrance requirements set separately for each curriculum.
Students are admitted according to ranking lists formed on the basis of entrance requirements set separately for each curriculum. Please see the admission requirements as regulated in Admission rules for the I and II level programmes and Entrance requirements of the first cycle curricula for 2016/2017.
More information: http://www.ut.ee/en/prospective-students/bachelors-studies