Erasmus+ Europe partner institutions
The University of Tartu's academic units have signed student exchange agreements with over 500 institutions across Europe. Each of these partnership agreements concerns a specific area of study, specifies the maximum number of participants, and the duration of the exchange. UT's Erasmus Departmental Coordinators are responsible for negotiating agreements with foreign universities.
Some guidelines for choosing a partner university:
- 1. Choose a university from your academic unit's (institute/college/school) list of partner institutions;
- 2. Make sure that the exchange opportunity is open to students from your study area;
- 3. Ensure that the exchange opportunity is open to students of your study level (1st, 2nd, or 3rd);
- 4. Find out how many students are accepted per academic year (see the "maximum number of students accepted" column on each of the below lists);
- 5. Take a look at the foreign university's website for incoming exchange students: what courses do they offer? What is the language of instruction? How does their academic calendar suit you?
- 6. Consult your Departmental Erasmus Coordinator, Program Director or Supervisor when choosing a host university.
NB! When choosing the partner university under the additional competition round in the beginning of September, please make sure the particular university still accepts exchange student's applications in October (after our competition has been finished and students nominated). It might be that it is possible to apply to some universities only under our main competition in February/March due to their early deadlines for incoming exchange students. The information on deadlines can be found on the website of the partner university.