The University of Tartu Background
The University of Tartu is a reputable university in the city of Tartu, Estonia. It is the national university of Estonia. The University of Tartu is the only classical university in the nation and also the largest and most reputed university in Estonia. It was founded by the king of Sweden in the seventeenth century.
The University of Tartu Programs and Courses
There are nearly fourteen thousand students at the university, of which over thirteen hundred are international students. The language of instruction for most of the programs are Estonian.
The University of Tartu Campuses
The university's four museums, it's Botanical Gardens, and sports facilities are, open to the general public. The university possesses some one hundred and fifty buildings, thirty of which are outside of Tartu. Many of its buildings ornate the city as architectural sites. Recent reforms aim to sell or have a co-sponsor, many of these buildings and monuments, as well as sports facilities, as they are not seen as part of the university's mission proper.
The University of Tartu Rankings and Achievements
The QS World University Rankings ranked the institute the top-ranked university in the Baltics. The university is also ranked fourth in the upcoming Europe and Central Asia region.
University of Tartu Programs
University of Tartu Application Requirements
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University of Tartu Cost of studies
Bachelors: € 3,500
Masters: € 3,700
Fees vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
University of Tartu Deadlines
Bachelors: Jan 2 - April 15
Masters: Jan 2 - March 15
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
University of Tartu Rankings
RegionalEmerging Europe and Central Asia
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