Skip to main content

Research at the University of Tartu

Research is conducted at the University of Tartu in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Science and Technology. More than 1,000 researchers are employed at the 31 institutes of the university. This is where cutting-edge research is done, contributing through international cooperation to sustainable development and innovation and the preservation of linguistic, natural and cultural diversity.

Research in figures

Research fields

Cutting-edge research

Career in research

Doctoral study

#research
MV

Centres of excellence

Share
04.01.2022
#research
koosolek

Support services for researchers

Share
04.01.2022
#admissions
Tartu Ülikooli peahoone

Admission to doctoral studies

Share
07.10.2021
#research
koroona

UT studies on COVID-19

Share
06.12.2021

Research for the benefit of society

The University of Tartu is an adviser of the development of society. We seek research-based solutions to complex problems. We develop national sciences and help bring new knowledge to the service of society. We encourage both children’s and adults’ interest in science and support the development of the talented.

Shaping a research-based society

Research to benefit sustainable development

National sciences professorships

Nurturing interest in research

#entrepreneurship #news
On 16–17 February from 11–15, the UT career festival takes place virtually on the Worksup.com platform, where students and entrepreneurs can make contacts, share experiences, inspire and be…
Share
27.01.2022
#international #research #press-release
On 27–29 January, the University of Tartu hosts the conference “Love and Emotions in Old Norse Literature”, which brings together leading experts from different parts of the world. The ancient Nor…
Share
25.01.2022
#entrepreneurship #news
  Science Base Camp is an investor-readiness day specifically designed for R&D intensive technology-based university and science park teams.  Work alongside seasoned investors wit…
Share
25.01.2022
#research #press-release
The results of the prevalence study led by the University of Tartu show that the number of people with coronavirus infection has surged compared to December. Most of the infected persons have no symp…
Share
25.01.2022