Student to student services

At University of Tartu you will find different bodies devoted to international students-related activities. However, although they all share this focus, each of them has a different take and fills its particular role within the international student community.

International Student Ambassadors (ISA) are current international degree-seeking students of UT. They voluntarily represent their countries, international student community in Estonia and the University of Tartu abroad (conferences, festivals, etc.). Prospective students can contact them and ask about the student life in Estonia. If you are a degree-seeking student at UT, you might want to join them to help potential international students too, lead projects, assist Marketing Office of UT to promote the university abroad and receive experience for your future career.

ESN (Erasmus Student Network) supports all international students studying at the University of Tartu, not only Erasmus programme students as generally viewed.  They bring together and create an international community among students.

It works in close contacts with the Student Council and with the UT Study Abroad Centre. ESN Tartu provides all kind of practical information to international students via mailing list (students@esn.ee), organises leisure activities, such as sports events, trips and parties.

ESN Tartu

Tutors are senior students who volunteer to provide additional guidance and information on several matters, ranging from the study system and student life to living conditions in Tartu. You can get to them with any questions concerning these matters.

If you haven’t heard from your tutor, please contact the Head of Counselling Centre Ms Piia Mäesaar, piia.maesaar@ut.ee

Other organization devoted to work with a focus on internationalization is International House Tartu. They aim at having different cultures and languages together in the same environment. They celebrate cultural events about foreign countries but they also try to bring foreigners closer to Estonian language, customs and ways of life.

International House Tartu