UT International Summer University

In our summer programmes, you can focus on new knowledge, ideas and experiences. At the same time, you can also benefit by taking part in a great variety of interesting cultural and active study visits.


Information about the courses in 2023 will be available from December 2022.


Online 10 – 30 June and on-site in Tartu 25-30 August
Educational Change in Times of Rapid Technological Innovation

On-site in Tartu 04 – 15 July
Juri Lotman and the Semiotics of Culture: Contemporary Applications

On-site in Viljandi 10 - 16 July
Craft Camp

On-site in Pärnu 25-29 July 
10th University of Tartu Summer School on International Law

On-site in Tartu 1-7 August
Practical Training in Digital Product Management and Design Thinking
Out of Enchantment: Fairy Tales in Pop-Culture and History
The Politics of Popular Culture
Metabarcoding: from Lab to Bioinformatics
Imagining Intelligent Technologies
Introduction to Near Real-time Data Analytics
Love and Sex in Digital World: Philosophy, Ethics and Theology

On-site in Tartu 1-9 August
Syntethic Biology and its Applications

On-site in Tartu 1 – 12 August
Estonian Language Summer Courses with instruction in English
Building Digital Governments
Contemporary Diagnostic Techniques and Procedures
Digital Product Management
The Semiotics of Pop Culture and Human and Other-Than-Human Relations

On-site in Tartu 8 – 14 August
Multilingualism and Beyond
Rethinking EU's Enlargement from Western Balkans to Eastern Neighbourhood


The programme may be subject to change depending on the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic and/or other factors.

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Skytte MOOC

Enrol in a MOOC "Common Challenges of Competing Regionalisms" offered by the NearEU Module

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Application deadline for micro-credential course "Technology use in contemporary learning" 24 July 2022

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UT students and staff can take courses on the popular learning platform Coursera