Author:
Andrea Rotenberg

UniTartu Summer School application period ends on 30 April

The UniTartu Summer School 2024 application deadline is fast approaching, ending on 30 April 2024. We welcome everyone to apply and immerse in new knowledge, ideas, and experiences while also enjoying various interesting cultural and active study visits.

The UniTartu Summer School takes place from 28 July to 11 August 2024 in the vibrant city of Tartu. The summer school offers 11 high-quality summer courses in various fields, such as IT, Business, Humanities, Medicine, Science and Technology, Politics and Social Sciences, International Relations, and Space Technologies. Visit our website for the complete list of courses.

Applicants need to submit a scanned transcript of academic records, a copy of their passport, a motivation letter and an online application. Additionally, there is a non-refundable application fee of 25 EUR, which allows participants to apply for up to two summer courses. Applicants can expect to receive a decision on their application within ten days after applying.

There are scholarships available, such as Estonian National Scholarships, scholarships for students from ENLIGHT partner universities,  and DAAD scholarships for German students (only for two courses). Applicants must submit separate applications for both the summer course and the scholarship. We are also offering a partial tuition fee coverage for the ten best applicants. 

In addition to academic activities, the summer school offers a range of social events. These activities allow participants to explore Estonian culture, network, and enjoy memorable experiences with fellow attendees. Some events, such as International Night, Movie Night, a city tour, a visit to the university’s Botanical Garden, a Scavenger Hunt, and the closing reception, are already included in the course fee. Additionally, all participants will receive a free combined ticket to visit three UT museums: the University of Tartu Art Museum, the Old Observatory, and the University of Tartu Museum. For an additional cost, participants can join a trip to South Estonia to see the amazing, unique nature of Estonia.

Don’t miss this chance for an unforgettable summer of learning and cultural exchange. Apply now to the UniTartu Summer School 2024!

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