Study instructions

Studies at the University of Tartu are organised according to certain rules. For studies to be successful, the student needs to know these rules. During the study period, there are many options for individual planning and self-development. On this page, you can find study instructions and rules for students of the first and second levels of higher education: bachelor´s students, master´s students, professional higher education students and students of integrated bachelor's and master's studies. 

The most important document regulating studies in the university is the Study Regulations

Official information exchange at the university takes place in the Study Information System (SIS): registering for courses, choosing modules, looking at timetables and study results (grades) etc.


Registration for courses

Academic calendar

SIS info and help

Exchange studies

Study abroad is a transformative and life-changing experience. You can live in a multicultural environment, develop meaningful and lifelong connections, get a different perspective on your studies and grow as a person. The University of Tartu Narva College offers high-quality studies, a modern study environment, exciting student life and an unforgettable experience.

Each year, a large number of students of Narva College study abroad. You can find a study-abroad programme on your own, or may take advantage of one of the many opportunities offered by the university.


Courses taught in English for incoming students

Study abroad for UT students


Learn Russian at Narva College

Narva also takes pride in having the most Russian speakers of any city in the European Union. Up to 97% of its citizens are native Russian speakers. This puts Narva, a city of about 60,000 residents, on the map for anybody interested in learning about the Russian language and culture.

Since the summer of 2014, the University of Tartu Narva College has hosted a growing number of student groups and individual learners from the United States, France, Sweden, the Netherlands, as well as from Estonia itself. 


Russian courses