The undergraduate (BA) programmes all require a good command of the Estonian language, but the postgraduate programmes (MA and PhD) are welcome international applicants.
The European Languages and Cultures master's programme trains students to be cultural mediators (translators, administrators, editors, etc.) by providing knowledge and skills in a modern or classical language and culture. You can choose one of the following specialities:
Read more about the programme and requirements on the university main admissions page.
The Foreign language teacher and Translation studies MA programmes require a good knowledge of Estonian.
The students of the specialities French language and literature and Russian and Slavic Philology have the opportunity to acquire a master’s degree from the Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University in France and from the University of Tartu at the same time.
Doctoral studies will qualify you for a career in an academic institution as a lecturer or researcher. Alternatively, you will be well equipped to start a career outside of academia as a leading specialist. Great emphasis is placed on doctoral students’ individual track for studies. Since 2022, all the doctoral programmes of the faculty of Humanities and Arts are joined together, the specialities coordinated by the College of Foreign Languages and Cultures are:
Read more about the opportunities and requirements for PhD studies on the university main page and on the homepage of the Centre for Doctoral Studies in Humanities.