Bachelor's in Science and Technology (BSc)
University of Tartu

Degree: Bachelor's in Science and Technology (BSc)
Program Language: English
Admission Semester: Summer (August)Spring (February)
Start Date: January Intake
Program Duration: (3 yrs) 6 semesters


Semester Tuition Fees: 2500 Euro
Other Fees: The tuition fees reflected above already includes VAT and may vary with faculty . In case of extension, extra fees will be charged. Please pay attention to the acceptance letter for actual amounts to be paid.
Cost of living: 300 - 500 Euros per month
Job opportunities: Some excelling students can be recruited by the institution for part-time lectureship.
Funding opportunities within the university: Universities usually offer part-time opportunities in different departments to students who constantly excel academically.

Program details

Educational organisation: University of Tartu
Study abroad: Opportunity Available
Internships: Opportunity Available
Form of assessment: GPA Grade
ECTS credits: Each course in the program (Electives & Prerequisites) commands a certain amount of credit points.
Program objectives: Science and Technology (BSc)

Minimum cost of living

Accomodation: 150 - 300 Euro / month
Food: 300 Euro / month
Cost of living: 300 Euro / month
Transportation: 8 - 10 Euro / month


Language requirements: English Proficiency
Academic requirements:

- High School

- A-level Certificate


1. High School & ALevel Certificates

2. Evidence of English Language Proficiency (if applicable)

3. Passport Copy


Arrival support: Support Available - Provided by the university
Services and support for international students: Support Available - Provided by the university

*Off-Campus options available

*On-Campus options available


About University of Tartu:

UT is Estonia's leading centre of research and training. It preserves the culture of the Estonian people and spearheads the country's reputation in research and provision of higher education. UT belongs to the top 1.2% of world's best universities.

As Estonia's national university, UT stresses the importance of international co-operation and partnerships with reputable research universities all over the world. The robust research potential of the university is evidenced by the fact that the University of Tartu has been invited to join the Coimbra Group, a prestigious club of renowned research universities.

UT includes four faculties. To support and develop the professional competence of its students and academic staff, the university has entered into bilateral co-operation agreements with 72 partner institutions in 26 countries.

The University of Tartu was founded in 1632 by the Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus. It was initially called Academia Dorpatensis. The necessary preparations for creating a university in Tartu (then Dorpat) were made by Johan Skytte, governor general of Livonia.

Academia Dorpatensis, modelled after the University of Uppsala in Sweden, was intended to pursue research and advance learning in a wide variety of disciplines. The University of Tartu (UT) has continued to adhere to this approach throughout the centuries, and remains today the only classical university in Estonia. Research at UT focuses on subjects as diverse as medicine and philosophy, genetics and computer science.

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About Estonia:

Estonia is a small country in Northern Europe. Despite its size, Estonia offers a lot of space and opportunities for foreigners coming here to study. On one hand, it is one of the greenest countries in the world and has quite a low population density, which makes its living environment very health-friendly. Estonia is a popular student destination because of the variety of programs available and the low cost of tuition and living.

About the city:

Tartu is the second-largest city of Estonia. it is home to just under 100,000 people, more than 15,000 of which are students. The national university, the University of Tartu belongs in the top 2% of universities in the world. Tartu has become a haven for young intellectuals and creatives. Because of the city centre’s compact design, Tartu has the quaint feel of an easily accessible town. Local and international students bustle and cycle throughout the city, making for a lively and youthful atmosphere. Tartu is also an easy journey to and from the financial and political capital of Tallinn in the North. The capital can be reached by bus or train in less than three hours. It’s the perfect distance for a quick trip to the big city. The airport is also a similar distance, sitting just south of Tallinn and serving the international community.