The University of Tartu will organise its alumni get-together with the slogan “Back to the university” on 18 May 2024. Early-bird tickets at special rates are available from 1 December.
The University of Tartu is inviting future international students to come student shadowing and live one day as a university student.
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Have you considered continuing your studies here after you graduate from your home university? We invite you to discover what the Master’s programmes in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities have to offer.
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"Old Religion, New Spirituality: Implications of Secularisation and Individualisation in Estonia", first published in hardcover in 2021, and "Religious diversity in Europe: Mediating the past to the young", first published in 2022, are now available in softcover!
Richard F. Gombrich, Professor Emeritus of the University of Oxford, will be the main speaker of the lecture series.
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On 27 October, the University of Tartu senate decided to award the Johan Skytte medal to Margit Sutrop, member of the Riigikogu and Professor of Practical Philosophy at the University of Tartu. The highest award granted to university members, the University of Tartu Grand Medal, is given to two university researchers for services of particular value. Also, the recipients of the University of Tartu Star of Appreciation, Medal, Badge of Distinction and the decoration “100 Semesters at the University of Tartu” have been selected.
The university will use the survey to find out what kind of mobility Estonia's largest university brings about and what attitudes staff and students hold towards sustainable mobility.
In a significant development, the School of Theology and Religious Studies, the Volos Academy for Theological Studies and the Estonian Orthodox Church through its Theological Institute signed a memorandum of cooperation today.
Professor emeritus Gebhard Josef Selz of the University of Vienna will visit the University of Tartu and its Centre for Oriental Studies from 19 to 21 October.
Next spring, on 18 May, the University of Tartu organises a get-together for all its alumni
The public event takes place on Thursday, 28 September, in the conference hall of the University of Tartu Library.
On 12 September, the commission formed for the dean elections registered the dean candidates of the university’s four faculties.
On 15 September, His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew paid a visit to the University of Tartu and delivered a public lecture in the assembly hall.
All university members are invited to nominate candidates who deserve to be awarded the university’s honorary decoration for their outstanding achievements.
The University of Tartu doctoral students are invited to participate in the three-minute thesis competition on 28 September.
At the beginning of August, the menu layout of the UT website was updated.
On 27 June, the global higher education consultancy Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) launched its World University Rankings 2024, adopting a methodology that has undergone considerable change. The University of Tartu is ranked 358th and again tops the list of Estonian universities.
The spring fair of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities encourages reuse and green exchange
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Cambridge University Press has released a paperback version of the volume Augustine in Context. The volume is edited by Tarmo Toom, Associate Professor of Patristics at the University of Tartu.
On 17 May, the election commission confirmed the results of the senate elections.