On 12 September, the commission formed for the dean elections registered the dean candidates of the university’s four faculties.
All university members are invited to nominate candidates who deserve to be awarded the university’s honorary decoration for their outstanding achievements.
The University of Tartu doctoral students are invited to participate in the three-minute thesis competition on 28 September.
At the beginning of August, the menu layout of the UT website was updated.
The double diploma was awarded to students of the European Languages and Cultures curriculum, Moonika Põldvee, Gäroly Rohelsaar and Linda Tender, who studied in the specialisation of French language and literature.
On 29 June, Tartu City Day, the best building awards 2022 of Tartu were presented. Among others, the University of Tartu’s academic building at Lossi 3 won an award.
On 27 June, the global higher education consultancy Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) launched its World University Rankings 2024, adopting a methodology that has undergone considerable change. The University of Tartu is ranked 358th and again tops the list of Estonian universities.
We are conducting a survey to improve Estonian language teaching at the University of Tartu. In the survey, international master's students are invited to comment on their experience learning Estonian and their plans for the future.
On 1 June, at the last student parliament meeting of the academic year, a new student union board was elected. Medical student Renar Kihho will be the new President of the Student Body.
On 13 June at 15:00, we will meet in Lossi 3 to go on a summer walk in Tartu with a heroine of Virginia Woolf's novel.
The spring fair of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities encourages reuse and green exchange
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On 17 May, the election commission confirmed the results of the senate elections.
The language learning hub, created to support the Estonian language learning of international staff, international students and students who speak Estonian as a foreign language.
From 15 May, all students and continuing education learners can sign up for language courses.
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Night Library will be 20 years old this year, and to celebrate this, the project will last longer than ever before - for five weeks. The Night Library opened on Monday, 15 May.
10th May at 12:00 at Tartu Literature House (Vanemuise 19). The discussion is a pre-event of the "Poetics of Survival" project, which is part of the Prima Vista literary festival.
The round table discussion in intersemiotic translation took place on May 10th 2023.
Today, on 20 April, the 292-member electoral council elected Professor of Neurosurgery Toomas Asser as rector of the University of Tartu with 168 votes.
On Thursday, 20 April at 12:00, the 292-member electoral council will gather in the University of Tartu assembly hall to elect a rector for the university for the next five years.
On 8 May at 15:00 Susanna Soosaar will defend her doctoral thesis „Reading Time: Experiencing Story Time in Postmodernist Fiction“.