Student advice, career counselling and psychological counselling
The counselling centre offers advice regarding organisation of studies, career and psychological counselling, study-related information and training courses to students of all levels of study. The counselling service is high-quality, impartial, confidential, relevant, and free for all students of the University of Tartu.
If you have study-related problems that need solving, contact your faculty’s academic affairs specialist or student advisers.
Contact student advisers: noustaja [ät] ut.ee.
Career counselling service provides students with support in career planning, making decisions related with their job and study choices, and developing their job-seeking skills.
Contact career counsellors: career [ät] ut.ee.
Psychological counselling aims to support students in the case of problems arising during studies or in personal life.
Contact student psychologists: psyhholoog [ät] ut.ee.
Counselling for students with special needs
We offer support for students with special needs due to disability.
Contact mailis.sults [ät] ut.ee.
Advice from fellow students
Tutors are student volunteers who help first-year students and international students who are starting their studies. See our tutors here.
Training courses, seminars
Student advisers conduct short courses on various subjects. See the training courses in the study information system.