In daytime studies, Faculty of Arts and Humanities have 22 curricula at the bachelor's level and 19 curricula at the master's level. In the Open University, there are 3 curricula at the bachelor's level and 6 at the master's level.
Several curricula offer the possibility to choose from a range of specialities. On the doctoral level, there are a total of 8 curricula in the Faculty. The PhD students participate in the work of the Doctoral School of Linguistics, Philosophy and Semiotics and the Doctoral School of Cultural Research and Fine Arts. At the College of Foreign Languages and Cultures, all students of the University of Tartu have the possibility to study foreign languages at different levels.
Lectures and seminars take place in various auditoriums and classrooms in the Main Building of the University and adjacent buildings in Ülikooli, Lossi, Lai and Jakobi Street.
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities hosts a large number of visiting lecturers from abroad, whose courses enrich the students' academic experience. The Faculty has international links with various universities; thus, courses read by visiting lecturers and studying abroad as a visiting student have become a natural part of our students' experience at the Faculty of Humanities and Arts. It is also common to see numerous international students in our lectures.