The University of Tartu has been participating in the European Union's Erasmus programme for higher education since 1999. UT passed the application round 2014 of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education and was granted the right to participate in the Erasmus+ programme. This was confirmed by awarding the university with the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education. The application for the right of participation presumed, among other things, developing and documenting UT’s fields of activity (Erasmus Policy Statement, EPS) under the Erasmus programme 2014-2020.
Within the framework of Erasmus+ programme UT organises:
Higher education institutions interested in co-operation with University of Tartu in the framework of Erasmus+ programme (within EU and EEA countries) are welcome to contact directly the respective academic unit at UT.
Erasmus+ programme is now open to non-EU partner countries through Erasmus + International Credit Mobility (ICM) programme.Partner Countries are:
Non-EU countries. More detailed list of partner countries is available in the Erasmus+ ICM guide pp 11.
New call for applications for the period of 2019-2022 is open!
Please send the partnership/mobility request by 5th January to: karoliina.pennarun [ät] ut.ee.
Check also the UT Erasmus + international credit mobility website!
Within the framework of international cooperation agreements UT organises student and academic exchange with partner universities. Such co-operation involves all the university’s faculties and units.
The mobility grants are intended to support visits of researchers and academic staff of foreign institutions of higher education to the Estonian institutions of higher education (HEI) and research and development institutions. The mobility grant can be applied for research, scientific work, teaching, cooperation with colleagues etc.
Mobility grants are divided into:
Contact Karoliina Vilimaa-Pennarun, +372 737 6164, karoliina.pennarun [ät] ut.ee
More information is available at: http://www.studyinestonia.ee/scholarships-researchers