Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility gives students the ability to participate in exchange programs at partner universities outside of the European Union. Read about the programme's other activities here. The University of Tartu's participation in the Erasmus+ programme is governed by Erasmus Charter for Higer Education. Please also see the Erasmus+ student charter for more information about programme participants' rights and obligations.
Erasmus+ International exchanges are based on bilateral agreements that have been signed between specific academic units at UT and international partner universities. Erasmus+ International partner universities are institutions from non-Erasmus+ Europe countries that have signed student exchange cooperation agreements with the University of Tartu.
Selecting a university is the most important part of the process of preparing for your studies abroad. Important information about each university as a whole, its study procedures, its academic calendar, housing options, etc. can be found on its website -- look for the section meant for international exchange students.
You may apply to study at the following partner universities for the 2019/2020 spring semester:
BA/MA. Spanish B2 level required
Institute of Cultural Researh
Institute of Sport Sciences and Physiotherapy
NB! The list of partner institutions changes every semester! Next competition takes place in March 2020
The Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility study grant is 700 euros per month. In addition, travel costs will be paid; the amount depends on the distance of your destination. Each participant will receive money to pay for one trip to the destination and one trip back. The amount is calculated using the Distance Calculator and is based on the following guidelines.
The host university cannot demand tuition fees or additional charges (fees for the course, registration, examinations or lab use) from exchange students. You can be charged small fees only, e.g. insurance, membership of student unions and study materials (photocopies and lab resources) on the same basis as local students.
General requirements for applying
The motivation, the academic performance of the candidate and the previous mobility experiences are taken into account when selecting the students for study abroad.
Required application documents
Traineeship and Student Exchange Coordinator
Study Abroad Centre
Ülikooli 18-134, Tartu
13.00- 16.00 piret.saluveer [ät] ut.ee