The Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies offers students the opportunity to study abroad as long as it is connected to their current study programme.
Students can use contracts between universities and the Erasmus higher education programme to study abroad. In both cases, the student does not have to pay for tuition and will generally receive a scholarship. Additionally, a student can use different scholarships to apply to other universities. The student remains a student at the University of Tartu while taking part of a student exchange programme, meaning that the student is not pursuing a degree in another country.
More information about becoming an exchange student or studying abroad can be found on the UT main webpage, and you can contact the Erasmus coordinator Siiri Maimets, 737 5199, siiri.maimets [ät] ut.ee.
BelgiumKatholieke Universiteit Leuven
Czech RepublicCharles University in PragueUniversity of OstravaMasaryk University in BrnoUniversity of Economics, Prague
FinlandUniversity of TurkuUniversity of TampereUniversity of Helsinki (Aleksanteri Institute)University of Vaasa
FranceInstitut d'Etudes Politiques BordeauxUniversité Catholique de LilleUniversité Catholique de Lille, Faculté Libre de Droit Institut d'Etudes Politiques, LyonInstitut d'Etudes Politiques, ToulouseInstitut d'Études Politiques de Paris
GermanyChemnitz University of TechnologyUniversität ErfurtJustus- Liebig- Universität GiessenMartin-Luther-Universität-Halle-WittenbergHeinrich-Heine-Universität DüsseldorfUniversität KonstanzLeuphana Universität LüneburgFriedrich-Schiller-Universität-JenaWestfählische Wilhelms-Universität MünsterUniversity of PassauJulius-Maximilians-Universität WürzburgEuropa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)Georg-August-Universität GöttingenFrei Universität BerlinUniversität Potsdam
GreeceTechnological Educational Institute of Thessaly
HungaryCorvinus University of Budapest
ItalyUniversità di BolognaUniversità degli Studi di SienaUniversità degli Studi di GenovaUniversità degli Studi di Milano
LatviaUniversity of LatviaUniversity of Latvia, Centre for Baltic Studies
LithuaniaVytauto Didziojo Universitetas, KaunasKaunas University of TechnologyVilniaus Universitetas/ Vilnius UniversityVytautas Magnus University/Vytato Didziojo Universitetas
NetherlandsDe Haagse Hogeschool, Den HaagUniversiteit Utrecht
PolandCollegium Civitas, WarsawUniversytet WarszawskiUniversytet WroclavskiUniversity of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw
Scotland, UKUniversity of GlasgowUniversity of Strathclyde
SlovakiaComenius University in BratislavaSchool of Economics and Management in Public Administration in BratislavaUniversity of Ljubljana/Univerza V Ljubljani
SwedenSödertörn University/Södertörns Högskola
TurkeyBilkent Üniversitesi, AnkaraIşık Üniversitesi, IstanbulEge Üniversitesi, IzmirMiddle East Technical UniversityHacettepe ÜniversitesiIstanbul Aydin University
UKUniversity of East AngliaUniversity College London, School of Slaconic and East European Studies
As of 2013/2014, every student studying abroad for at least three months is required to pass at least 15 ECTS worth of courses per semester and request those courses count towards the completion of curriculum.
A study plan with necessary appendices needs to be drawn up before going abroad. This study plan will contain a list of courses the students takes abroad and how they fit into his or her curriculum. The study plan must also contain descriptions of courses taken abroad. The Recognition of Prior Learning committee will confirm the study plan.
A Learning Agreement will be drawn up from the confirmed study plan, one of these two will remain in the University of Tartu and the other will be sent to the foreign university.
After completion of international studies:
The following rules apply to students enrolled as of 2013/14: