This spring, the University of Tartu will open 189 doctoral student places

University of Tartu invites applications for doctoral studies from future researchers and top professionals.

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Faculty of Arts and Humanities in the University of Tartu is the leading research center for humanities in Estonia. We have a special responsibility in preserving and promoting national sciences as well as teaching languages and cultures of the world. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities hosts a large number of visiting lecturers from abroad to enrich the students' academic experience. By virtue of international links with many European universities has studying abroad become an integral part of our students' studies.



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2024 ESITIS Conference explored the radical pluralities at the heart of contemporary interreligious engagement.
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He will give a lecture entitled "World Order After 2022" at 10:15–11:00 in the university assembly hall.
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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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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.