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, yet international exchange/visiting students can register before the beginning of a semester. For registration to courses in the Studies Information System, one must have a username and password which would be sent to all new international exchange/visiting students by email before the beginning of a semester. The visiting /exchange students starting in September will have their login data sent in August (III week) and those starting in February should receive their login data in January (II week). If you have not received your username, please contact your coordinator at UT. You can always ask your tutor for help with registration.
Degree seeking students will get their login data at the beginning of a semester, not in advance
If you arrive after the registration deadline, please contact the dean's office of the faculty to which you are registered to 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.
Courses taught in English and other languages:
Acadmic year 2016/2017 (autumn 2016 and spring courses 2017- the list is updated on October 21st, 2016)
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.
At the University of Tartu both differentiated and non-differentiated assessment of the learning outcomes (described for courses) are being used.
Each course has a fixed assessment method, which cannot be changed in accordance to a student’ needs or wishes. Before registering to a course, get to know which assessment method a particular course has, and consult your home university whether you can transfer the course once you get back home. If your selected UT course has an assessment method not acceptable to your home university, choose another course.
Students are welcome to design their own semester programmes by choosing courses from the general list given above. Still, please pay attention to a level of the course and other criteria when designing your study plan for a semester.
There are some fields where the university has prepared field specific modules ready to be offered in the given semester. Please pay attention that some changes in the modules can still occur.
If you are an ISEP student, then please contact Kristine Truija (kristine.truija [ät] ut.ee) to get more information about ISEP Direct programmes.
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.