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The “Research news” section gives regular hints about interesting studies in various fields of research.
31.01.2023
  • #research
  • news
You have been thinking about studying abroad, but need more information for making the decision?
30.01.2023
  • #studies
  • news
A three-year project that will reinforce efforts to promote adherence to the highest standards of research ethics and integrity and prevent research misconduct began in January 2023.
20.01.2023
  • #institute
  • #international
  • #research
  • news
Today, on 19 January, at the university's teaching conference, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Aune Valk presented the teaching awards and the teaching quality award of 2022.
19.01.2023
  • #recognition 
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On 1 February 2023, Petar Kehayov, a Finno-Ugricist of Bulgarian origin, who holds a doctoral degree from the University of Tartu, starts as a Professor of Finnic Languages at the University of Tartu.
17.01.2023
  • #institute
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On 18 January at 16:15 Dr. Anita Radini (Assistant Professor, University College Dublin) will give a guest lecture (Jakobi 2-213) on ancient dental calculus and archaeology.
13.01.2023
  • #teaching
  • #international
  • news
The programme aims to bring together active students and successful alumni to provide an opportunity for mutually beneficial collaboration and strengthen the university's sense of community.
12.01.2023
  • #studies
  • #alumni
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This spring semester, the Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics offers a Tandem Language Learning course that also welcomes international students and employees who want to learn Estonian.
09.01.2023
  • #studies
  • #continuing education
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The opening reception of the Centre for Semiotic Applications takes place on February 8 at 5pm at the University of Tartu Art Museum
09.01.2023
  • #for society
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An international Multidisciplinary Conference - The Mongols:  Tradition and Modernity will be held at the University of Tartu on 24-25 March. 24-25.
09.01.2023
  • #international
  • #research
  • news
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities will launch several large-scale research projects in 2023.
05.01.2023
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Join us in January 2023 for the first series of Alumni Talks! Our master's programmes alumni will share their journey at the University of Tartu and give a lecture on a chosen topic.
04.01.2023
  • #studies
  • #admissions
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The University of Tartu invites international students interested in international bachelor’s and master’s studies to submit their applications. Studies start at the beginning of September 2023.
02.01.2023
  • #admissions
  • news
According to the resolution of the University of Tartu senate, the College of Foreign Languages and Cultures will become an institute as of 1 January 2023.
22.12.2022
  • #institute
  • #university
  • #about the faculty
  • news
In November, a delegation from the University of Tartu, led by the University of Tartu Asia Centre and the Estonian Embassy in Singapore, visited the higher education institutions of Singapore.
16.12.2022
  • #cooperation
  • #international
  • news
The University of Tartu Centre for Sustainable Development seeks solutions for key societal issues arising from the ever-increasing conflict between the planetary boundaries and the human impact.
07.12.2022
  • #sustainability
  • #research
  • #university
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Professor Emeritus Tiit-Rein Viitso – long-time researcher of Finnic language history and phonology – passed away on December 2nd.
05.12.2022
  • #InMemoriam
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The opening speech by Professor Toomas Asser, Rector of the University of Tartu.
01.12.2022
  • #for society
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On 1 December, the University of Tartu celebrates the 103rd anniversary of establishing the Estonian-language university.
01.12.2022
  • #recognition 
  • news
The expatriate Estonian visiting professorship will be held by Annela Anger-Kraavi and Mart Kuldkepp.
01.12.2022
  • #recognition 
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