Artificial intelligence course for non-IT students

Master's students of the ENLIGHT network who do not study IT can apply to a blended course “Artificial intelligence for non-IT students.” Among other things, the students will get a general overview of the use of AI in everyday life, learn about machine learning techniques and the AI impact on society 

The online learning period takes place from 23 January to 21 April 2023 and the face-to-face learning period in Spain, Donostia (San Sebastián) from 20 to 24 March 2023. The course is free of charge and participants are granted with the Erasmus+ support for short-term blended mobility (70 euros per day). Completing the course gives the student 6 ECTS.  

The artificial intelligence course takes place in the framework of the ENLIGHT project and welcomes students from all nine partner universities of ENLIGHT. Five students from each university will be selected to participate. Read more about ENLIGHT.  

For the requirements and additional information, see the web page of the course. Application is open until 30 October via the SoleMove system according to the guidelines belowThe selected students will be announced by 10 November.

Further information:
Tiina Jaksman
ENLIGHT Project Manager
International Cooperation and Protocol Office
737 6167


Application guide 

Please make sure you are familiar with the terms and grants of Erasmus+ blended mobility before submitting the application!

Erasmus+ blended mobility application should be submitted via SoleMOVE system as follows:  

  1. Select University of Tartu as your home university from the list  

  1. Log into the system by using your UT credentials  

  1. From the menu at left side bar, choose "Application form for short student mobility"  

  1. Click "new" to start creating an application  

  1. Choose “Study" for the type of mobility  

  1. Select application period (competition call) from the list: “Blended Intensive Programme (BIP)”  

  1. Click "save" to save the draft and start filling out the application.   


Start filling out the application from the second tab (exchange study information), not from the first (personal data). It is important because choosing the study abroad exchange programme defines the fields of the application template accordingly. Once the study abroad exchange programme has been selected, the application template gets changed, before that it is displayed as a general template.  


  • Exchange study information: Spain, University of the Basque Country (E BILBAO01) 

  • Exchange program: Erasmus+ Europe  

  • Mobility: Blended                                         

  • Home institution: Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies  

  • Departmental coordinator: Uta Kührt

  • Duration of your exchange: March 20-24, 2023 (period of physical study abroad)  

  • Enclosures: upload a short letter of motivation 


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