The UT Foundation granted the first Valda and Bernard Õun scholarship of 5000 euros to the research of doctoral student Kaido Siimon who is developing gelatine–based scaffolds for skin cells that can be used for transplants.
Eighteen students started their master’s studies in the first Erasmus Mundus joint programme created by an Estonian university where in the two year master’s programme, all students complete their first year of studies in Tartu and second year in France, Finland or Sweden.