Today, on 19 January, at the university's teaching conference, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Aune Valk presented the teaching awards and the teaching quality award of 2022.
The programme aims to bring together active students and successful alumni to provide an opportunity for mutually beneficial collaboration and strengthen the university's sense of community.
Kultuuriakadeemia soovib kaunist jõuluaega ja rõõmuküllast uut aastat!
On 1 December, the University of Tartu celebrates the 103rd anniversary of establishing the Estonian-language university.
The expatriate Estonian visiting professorship will be held by Annela Anger-Kraavi and Mart Kuldkepp.
Viljandi Culture Academy has joined NGO Slava Ukraini’s charity campaign to collect woollen items for Ukrainians. Knitted items are collected until 30 November 2022.
Recipients of University of Tartu honorary decorations announced
For the first time, the University of Tartu has reached a position among the top 250.
Exhibition "Observations from Nature" by Maarja Nõmmik is open for visitors in Philosophicum Hall Gallery from Monday, 3. October.
From 3 to 9 October, the UT Viljandi Culture Academy hosts the intensive week of the Erasmus+ project TUNE involving nearly 60 traditional music students and teaching staff.
On Monday, the opening ceremony of the 2022/2023 academic year takes place in front of the University of Tartu main building. Everyone is invited to rally in support of higher education funding.
From 1 to 12 August, UT Viljandi Culture Academy hosts a workshop "The Technicians without Frontiers".
The University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy, together with partners, will launch an international incubation programme to foster creative economy.
According to the universities’ reputation survey people of all age groups consider the University of Tartu to be Estonia’s most reputable higher education institution.
Faculty of Arts and Humanities offers many interesting and stimulating optional courses which are open for all students of the University of Tartu.
Until October 2022, all UT members can take one free Coursera course. Students can also use it towards the completion of their curriculum if they wish.
On Wednesday, 27 April, a webinar on the Ukrainian language and culture took place on Worksup.
The UT has extended the application deadline for Ukrainian citizens until 1 June for all English-taught first and second-level programmes.
On Thursday, 31 March, from 16:15–18:00, a panel discussion on the Russian-Ukrainian war takes place at the Delta Centre.
On 14–18 March, the Vilma building of the UT Viljandi Culture Academy hosts a symposium of the international craft network NordTradCraft, bringing together 60 craft students and lecturers from Estonia, Finland, Sweden and Norway. The five-day intensive course will focus on the sustainable use of materials.