Here you can find information on how to make a student card or buy a university ring. You can also find out more about the University of Tartu Library and what it can offer and find out more about Tartu's residence halls. Happy hunting!
You can find additional information about the Student Village on its home page http://campus.ee/?lang=en. Open university students are not guaranteed housing in the university's residence halls.
You can view and search the University of Tartu library catalogue in ESTER, the unified Estonian Academic Library. You need a UT library card or an identity card to check out books. Books need to be either turned in on time or extended by contacting the librarian via e-mail or phone call. The University of Tartu Library's address is W. Struve 1 (http://utlib.ut.ee/index.php?chlang=eng)
You can order the university ring or student cap from the University of Tartu Student Council. First-year students cannot buy the ring. Memorabilia can also be bought by lecturers or researchers who have taught at the university for at least one year. More information here.
The Estonian Student Identification Card is free and first-year students get it at the beginning of the academic year from the institute's Academic Affairs Specialist Aigi Hommik (aigi.hommik [ät] ut.ee). If you wish to extend your student card, you should also turn to the academic affairs specialist. Students who have an International Student Identification Card (ISIC) can get many discounts in Estonia and abroad. You can apply for an ISIC card at: https://www.minukool.ee/?language=EN. If you wish to obtain an SEB or Swedbank student bank card, you should contact the respective bank.