University of Tartu Narva College

Narva College offers higher education with the quality label of the University of Tartu, which ranks among the world’s top universities. Our main focus is on teacher training for multilingual schools and we are an internationally recognised centre for learning the Russian language. In addition, the college offers curricula in youth work, entrepreneurship, project management and IT systems development.

 

Admission

Learn Russian at Narva College

 


Improving the multilingual education model

Narva College was founded in 1999 as a regional unit of the University of Tartu. We contribute to innovation and entrepreneurship and promote culture and social life in Northeast Estonia.

In cooperation with European universities, we are improving our multilingual model of education. Students from the United States, France, Sweden, the Netherlands, as well as from Estonia learn Russian here as a foreign language. In Russian-speaking countries, our college introduces the European traditions of higher education.

 

About the University of Tartu

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