A limited number of scholarships are available for candidates applying for English taught Master’s programmes at the University of Tartu.
The scholarship will provide a stipend of 400 EUR per month and, if necessary, cover the tuition fee of two years (standard study period of Master’s studies).
Eligible Master’s programmes:
- Applied Measurement Science
- Baltic Sea Region Studies
- Computer Science
- Democracy and Governance
- European Union - Russia Studies
- International Relations and Regional Studies
- Quantitative Economics
- Robotics and Computer Engineering
- Software Engineering
- Sound Engineering Arts (studies in Viljandi and Tallinn)
- Wellness and Spa Service Design and Management (studies in Pärnu)
In order to be considered for this scholarship, the candidates must first choose the study programme(s) they wish to apply for (maximum of 2 programmes). Applicants are required to meet all admission requirements and submit the full package of application documents (please find more information on the website(s) of your chosen study programme(s) above). All applicants from target countries are automatically considered for the scholarships. Scholarships are allocated to the best applicants (based on the ranking lists of all study programmes).
It is the University of Tartu that will apply for scholarships from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and only well motivated candidates with good academic performance and properly prepared admission package will be considered. The students who have not graduated by the admission deadline are still eligible, provided that the rest of the admission documents are properly prepared.
If you are interested in taking up Master’s studies at the UT and regard yourself a good candidate for this scholarship, please submit all required application documents in our online application system. The documents have to be sent by post as well and arrive in our office by April 30 at the latest.
Scholarship contact person:
International Student Service
University of Tartu
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