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Courses Taught in English

The University of Tartu offers many English-taught courses in different disciplines for international students. Some courses are grouped into semester programmes delivered every year.

International students have to register for courses through the Study Information System (SIS) within the first two weeks of a semester. If you arrive after the registration deadline contact the dean's office of the faculty to which you are registered as a student for help with registration. Thus, later arrival does not automatically mean that there is no possibility to join courses, if there are still vacant places available. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information about the courses.

Academic year 2014/2015 - courses taught in English
NB! Courses taught in spring semester are listed on another sheet.

Academic year 2014/2015 - courses taught in German, Italian and French

Spring 2014 courses taught in English

To get more information about a specific course, its general description and syllabus, use a numerical code for searching in the Study Information System which for general information is accessible without a username. The course code can be found in the lists above.

Semester programmes: autumn and spring

The following are semester study abroad programmes given every year and designed for visiting students. Visiting students can apply to only one semester programme at a time. All the courses within the semester programmes are also included the general course lists presented above.

Baltic Sea Region Studies
EU-Russia Studies
Russian Language, Literature and Culture
Applied Measurement Science
Software Engineering
Semiotics 

Spring semester 2014:
10 ECTS module in urban planning: Urban Planning: Changing Cities and ICT

Spring semester 2015:
34 ECTS module in Environmental Management
 



 

 

Free Estonian language e-course

Keeleklikk - Estonian language for independent learning
Keeleklikk is a modern internet-based Estonian language course for beginners that is suitable for independent learners and as an additional material for students already learning Estonian at school. The course compromises of 16 Chapters (including 1200 exercises, 200 animations, 100 grammar videos). It is possible to send your homework to Estonian teachers to check the mistakes.
Currently there are 3 chapters available with instruction in English, 13 will be added during 2013-2014. All 16 chapters are available with instruction in Russian.