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From 12 June, the University of Tartu’s Study Information System (SIS) features a new student dashboard, which brings important information for learners together in one environment.
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The podcast “Tiksu to UniTartu” shares insights and tips to help future international students thrive at the University of Tartu. New episodes are release every Tuesday.
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Speakers from each field are invited to give engaging presentations in Estonian or English, outlining the importance and results of their research.
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On 29 May, the Estonian Human Rights Centre presented the "Respecting differences" label to the University of Tartu for the second time at the joint building of ministries in Tallinn.
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The three-week night library begins this spring on May 20th. Organized together with the UT Student Council, the night library has been offering students the opportunity to...
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Registration for language and culture courses is open until 1 September, and both students and all others interested in joining our courses are welcome.
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The international conference "Traces of Extinction: Species Loss, Solastalgia, and Semiotics of Recovery" held on 5–7 June 2024 at UT Oecologicum (J. Liivi 2, Tartu) sheds light on the various aspects of biodiversity loss and discusses cultural, subjective, and semiotic approaches to understanding species extinction. Registration is open until 23 May.
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In the coming academic year, singer, pianist and composer Kadri Voorand will become the new Professor of Liberal Arts at the University of Tartu, with a lecture course focusing on life-changing creation. She will be succeeded by Peeter Jalakas, former professor and director, who will participate in a public discussion titled “Feeling and meaning” in the attic hall of Tartu Cathedral on the evening of 23 May.
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The University of Tartu, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn University, the Estonian University of Life Sciences, the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, the Estonian Academy of Arts, and the Gender Equality and Equal Treatment Commissioner celebrate the Diversity Week from 6 to 12 May, under the title “Diverse Estonian universities”.
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On 16 May, the Estonian Doctoral School Career Conference will be held in Tallinn to discuss the value of doctoral studies and the career prospects of doctoral students. All Estonian doctoral students and those interested in doctoral studies are welcome to attend.
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The keynote speeches of the conference are given by Bogi Takács Perelmutter (University of Kansas) (US), Anindita Banerjee (Cornell University) (US) and Meelis Friedenthal (University of Tartu) (EST).
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4.–5. oktoobrini 2024 toimub Leedus Vilniuse Ülikoolis rahvusvaheline üliõpilaskonverents „Bridges in the Baltics“, kuhu on oodatud kõikide Balti riikide, sealhulgas Tartu Ülikooli bakalaureuse- ja magistriõppe üliõpilased ning doktorandid.
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University of Tartu invites applications for doctoral studies from future researchers and top professionals.
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The conference takes place 5–7 June 2024 at the Oecologicum of the University of Tartu, Juhan Liivi 2, Tartu. The sixth mass species extinction is one of the greatest ecological threats of our time. This conference focuses on cultural, subjective and semiotic approaches to extinction.
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On April 15-19th at 12PM-2 PM a practical workshop organized by the Center for Digital Humanities and Information Society will be held.
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As part of the main programme of the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024, the exhibition “Unknown” invites visitors to reflect on environmental degradation and endangered species.
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On Wednesday, 10 April, at 19:00, the second University of Tartu Spring Run will take place.
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Karoliine Laaneoja is currently pursuing her Master’s in the European Languages and Cultures programme. She outlined what she values most about her studies and the study environment.
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The University of Tartu invites international students interested in English-taught curricula to submit their applications in DreamApply. Studies will start at the beginning of September 2024.
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Riti Ly Lukk studies European Languages and Cultures. She told us why she chose this programme, which valuable skills it has given her, and what is unique about Tartu.
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