People at the Study Abroad Centre offer various services for different target groups: - promoting study abroad for UT students and advising them on numerous student exchange options; - supporting incoming exchange students throughout their application process and during studies; - supporting international degree-seeking students on visas/residence permits and other matters linked to practical aspects needed for starting and pursuing studies at UT.
In order to have a smooth start at UT, please aslo check our information on Getting Started at UT
Whom to contact here.
If you cannot get an answer to a question regarding the organisation of studies from your faculty, you can also contact the Student Adviser at the Office of Academic Affairs.
W. Struve 1-448, Tartu
E-mail: noustaja [ät] ut.ee
Tel: 737 5622
The UT Office of Information Technology offers a diverse selection of services in relation to computer networks, servers, information systems and procurement of computer hardware and software.
The helpdesk service helps users to resolve common problems. Complicated problems are registered and referred to specialists. A solution to your problem may exist in the Helpdesk FAQ section.
Helpdesk telephone: +372 737 5500E-mail: arvutiabi [ät] ut.ee
Manuals provide information and useful advicefor beginners as well as experienced users of the university's computer network. Themanuals page is updated on a regular basis and provides access tomanualsfor all themain services available in the UT computer network and on the university's servers and information systems.
The services of the UT mailing list server can be accessed via the SYMPA web interface.
You can access your university webmail on the page: https://mailhost.ut.ee
If you need printing service, please see here.
Student psychologist supports students in difficulties they may face in their studies and personal lives. The psychologist may be able to help you in questions or problems related to:
communication and relationships;
adapting to new environments and excessive stress;
depression or being tired of life;
excessive worrying and anxiety;
examination or public speaking stress;
motivation to study and use of time;
difficult events or experiences in life.
The university can offer psychological counselling in Estonian, English and Russian (free of charge). To make an appointment, please contact: psyhholoog [ät] ut.ee.
Career counselling helps students make decisions related to their work and education, plan and develop their career and develop their job searching skills. Career counsellor can help students to:
make the choice of their specialisation and make decisions related to their further education plans;
better understand themselves (incl. analysing their knowledge, abilities, skills, interests, values, needs and characteristics);
see and evaluate the real situation (incl. study and work opportunities);
plan working life (incl. applying for a job, drawing up documents and preparing for a job interview);
if necessary, re-evaluate the situation and make new choices and decisions.
Register for career counselling: noustaja [ät] ut.ee.
Business counsellor can help students to:
analyse the business potential of business ideas;
analyse feasibility and plan business;
develop a business.
Register for business counselling:
Tel: 737 4810
E-mail: aivar.pere [ät] ut.ee
Please also check here to learn as whom to contact for various purposes.
Specialists of Academic Affairs at the faculty/college can help you in questions related to your study programme, the organisation of studies at the UT and your rights and duties as a UT student. You can find them at the dean’s office of your faculty.