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  • Admissions | Faculty of Philosophy
    The Gifted and Talented Development Centre Other Units Tartu Student Village Tartu Students Club Tartu University Academic Sports Club Tartu University Press Tartu University Hospital Tartu University Foundation Student Council of the University of Tartu Student Organisations Support Units Administrative Office Estates Office Finance Office Information Technology Office Lifelong Learning Centre Marketing and Communication Office Office of Academic Affairs Office of Research and Development Personnel Office Rector s Strategy Office Student Council Admissions Studies Research Faculty Admissions Bachelor s Master s PhD Why choose Tartu Home Admissions Admissions The University of Tartu is an international research university and the only classical university in Estonia that offers a wide range of study opportunities in a historically rich learning atmosphere Research based curricula high quality and international collaboration are the three characteristics of education at the University of Tartu This combination provides graduates with recognised qualifications that make them competitive both locally and internationally There are currently about 17 200 students enrolled among them 1000 international students The university places high value on international experience and provides full support to mobility by encouraging students and staff to make use of various exchange and scholarship opportunities including Erasmus ISEP and others Bachelor s

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  • Studies | Faculty of Philosophy
    Other Units Tartu Student Village Tartu Students Club Tartu University Academic Sports Club Tartu University Press Tartu University Hospital Tartu University Foundation Student Council of the University of Tartu Student Organisations Support Units Administrative Office Estates Office Finance Office Information Technology Office Lifelong Learning Centre Marketing and Communication Office Office of Academic Affairs Office of Research and Development Personnel Office Rector s Strategy Office Student Council Admissions Studies Research Faculty Studies Estonian Language Studies Study Regulations Procedures and Guidelines Governing Teaching and Study at the Faculty of Philosophy DoRa Programme Home Studies Studies In daytime studies the five Institutes of the Faculty of Philosophy have 12 curricula at the bachelor s level and 20 curricula at the master s level In the Open University there are 6 curricula at the bachelor s level and 8 at the master s level including one curriculum in English Several curricula offer the possibility to choose from a range of specialities On the doctoral level there are a total of 7 curricula in the Faculty The PhD students participate in the work of the Doctoral School of Linguistics Philosophy and Semiotics and the Doctoral School of Cultural Research and Fine Arts At the Language Centre all students of the University of Tartu have the possibility to study foreign languages at different levels Lectures and seminars take place in various auditoriums and classrooms in the Main Building of the University and adjacent buildings in Ülikooli Lossi Lai and Jakobi Street The Faculty of Philosophy hosts a large number of visiting lecturers from abroad whose courses enrich the students academic experience The Faculty has international links with various universities thus courses read by visiting lecturers and studying abroad as a visiting student have become a natural part of our students experience at the Faculty of Philosophy

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  • Research | Faculty of Philosophy
    Units Tartu Student Village Tartu Students Club Tartu University Academic Sports Club Tartu University Press Tartu University Hospital Tartu University Foundation Student Council of the University of Tartu Student Organisations Support Units Administrative Office Estates Office Finance Office Information Technology Office Lifelong Learning Centre Marketing and Communication Office Office of Academic Affairs Office of Research and Development Personnel Office Rector s Strategy Office Student Council Admissions Studies Research Faculty Research Graduate Schools Centre for Ethics The Centre of Excellence in Cultural Theory Home Research Research The Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Tartu is the largest most diverse and most internationally recognised centre for research in the Humanities in Estonia Since 2008 four disciplines archaeology folkloristics ethnology and semiotics form the core of the Centre of Excellence in Cultural Theory a collaboration of the University of Tartu and Tallinn University In many of our disciplines international peer reviewed top journals are published which are indexed in global databases and the editors or editors in chief of which are staff members at the Faculty The journals include Sign Systems Studies the world s oldest continuously published journal of semiotics Estonian Journal of Archaeology and Muinasaja teadus Research into Ancient Times in archaeology Ajalooline Ajakiri The Estonian Historical Journal and Forschungen zur Baltischen Geschichte Journal of Baltic Studies in history Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics Linguistica Uralica etc The Faculty has always been an active organiser of international conferences In the advancement of research a significant contribution is provided by junior researchers and PhD students The teaching and research of the Faculty s PhD students is coordinated by the Doctoral School of Linguistics Philosophy and Semiotics and the Doctoral School of Cultural Research and Fine Arts As of 1 February 2011 the number of PhD students at the Faculty is 327

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  • Faculty of Philosophy | Faculty of Philosophy
    Club Tartu University Academic Sports Club Tartu University Press Tartu University Hospital Tartu University Foundation Student Council of the University of Tartu Student Organisations Support Units Administrative Office Estates Office Finance Office Information Technology Office Lifelong Learning Centre Marketing and Communication Office Office of Academic Affairs Office of Research and Development Personnel Office Rector s Strategy Office Student Council Admissions Studies Research Faculty Faculty Structure of the Faculty Evolution of the Faculty of Philosophy Contact Home Faculty of Philosophy Faculty of Philosophy Together with the Faculty of Theology Faculty of Law and Faculty of Medicine the Faculty of Philosophy is one of the four oldest faculties of the University of Tartu At present the Faculty consists of the Institute of History and Archaeology Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics Institute of Germanic Romance and Slavonic Languages and Literatures Institute of Cultural Research and Fine Arts Language Centre Among the ordinary faculty members there are about 35 professors 40 senior lecturers 125 lecturers assistants or teachers 30 senior research fellows 65 research fellows The total number of students in all study forms and levels of study is ca 3100 The Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy

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  • University of Tartu among the top 200 universities in the world also in studies of modern languages | Faculty of Philosophy
    Rankings by Subject 2013 that was published by the international consultation firm Quacquarelli Symonds QS on 8 May the University of Tartu is represented in two subjects for the first time ranking between 51 and 100 in communication and media studies and between 151 and 200 in modern languages This is a great recognition for the work of the researchers and teachers at the University of Tartu showing the international competitiveness of our alma mater in comparison with other universities from all over the world the Vice Rector for Research at the University of Tartu Marco Kirm gladly notes adding This is certain to bring about a heightened interest among foreign students as well as teachers and researchers in acquiring a top level higher education or advancing their scientific career in Tartu I also hope that this will encourage high school graduates to decide to pursue further studies at the University of Tartu QS who is responsible for compiling the prestigious list of top universities QS World University Rankings has undertaken to also rank universities by individual subjects The list QS World University Rankings by Subject which was first published in 2011 is an extension of the overall chart of universities According to QS s website their purpose is to make comparable information on the strengths of different universities at the level of individual subjects available to the public QS considers three indicators upon compiling the lists the reputation of the university among the researchers and employers in the respective field and the citation index of the publications the Scopus database is used as a source The data of nearly 2600 of the world s universities were analysed for compiling the 2013 issue of the chart In addition to subject charts and the overall ranking of universities QS has also

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  • News | Faculty of Philosophy
    of the Faculty Evolution of the Faculty of Philosophy Contact Employee contacts News Home News News Students can learn Korean culture and language at the University of Tartu In the spring semester of the academic year 2013 2014 a guest lecturer from South Korea Ms Hyun Jung Shin starts teaching courses on Korean culture FLKU 10 023 and Korean language FLKE 05 083 at the Faculty of Philosophy 1 week 19 hours ago 28 01 2014 Senior Lecturer Pärtel Piirimäe was chosen to carry out research at Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study On 28 November Piirimäe will have a lecture in Uppsala The law of civilized nations in which he will introduce his research project to the Swedish colleagues and other interested participants 2 months 1 week ago 27 11 2013 26 11 2013 Lectures by Ainė Ramonaitė from Vilnius University 04 11 2013 Gustav Adolf s day and foundation day of Academia Gustaviana is celebrated in Tartu with lectures and concert in the assembly hall 28 10 2013 University of Tartu among the top 200 universities in the world also in studies of modern languages 15 08 2013 University of Tartu among the top 200 universities in the world also in studies of modern languages 21 06 2013 Long history of teaching Hungarian brings the President of the Republic of Hungary to visit the University of Tartu 04 06 2013 Skeleton found from the tomb discovered in the UT History Museum 14 05 2013 Investigating Identities in Academia An International Interdisciplinary Workshop May 17 14 05 2013 International Conference of Young Folklorists Vernacular Expressions and Analytic Categories May 14 16 2013 14 05 2013 University of Tartu to receive renowned German authors and poets for the first time in the Baltic states 23 04 2013 Colloquium How True are

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  • Students can learn Korean culture and language at the University of Tartu | Faculty of Philosophy
    Organisations Support Units Administrative Office Estates Office Finance Office Information Technology Office Lifelong Learning Centre Marketing and Communication Office Office of Academic Affairs Office of Research and Development Personnel Office Rector s Strategy Office Student Council Admissions Studies Research Faculty Faculty Structure of the Faculty Evolution of the Faculty of Philosophy Contact Employee contacts News Home Faculty Contact News Students can learn Korean culture and language at the University of Tartu Students can learn Korean culture and language at the University of Tartu 28 01 2014 In the spring semester of the academic year 2013 2014 a guest lecturer from South Korea Ms Hyun Jung Shin starts teaching courses on Korean culture FLKU 10 023 and Korean language FLKE 05 083 at the Faculty of Philosophy She was selected for this mission by the Academy of Korean Studies http intl aks ac kr english portal php in the framework of Education Enhancement Program for Korean Studies Overseas Korean Studies Incubation Program She has been teaching Korean language for nearly fifteen years and has taught Korean language for foreigners at the Korean Language Institute of the Yonsei University http www yonsei ac kr eng about overview since 2006 Ms Hyun Jung Shin is a linguist by her academic training As she studied Czech and Slovak languages during her BA studies she had additional training in the Czech Republic and Slovakia where she grew interested in the Eastern European region She says she had been dreaming of finding a teaching position somewhere in Eastern Europe for a few years already when she discovered the offer by the Academy of Korean Studies She responded immediately was selected and has been in Estonia for a month by now Although she did not have any prior contacts with Estonia and the Estonian language she finds

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  • Senior Lecturer Pärtel Piirimäe was chosen to carry out research at Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study | Faculty of Philosophy
    Collegium for Advanced Study 27 11 2013 27 11 2013 Pärtel Piirimäe Senior Lecturer of Institute of History and Archaeology University of Tartu was chosen to Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study SCAS as a Pro Futura Scientia Fellow On 28 November Piirimäe will have a lecture in Uppsala The law of civilized nations in which he will introduce his research project to the Swedish colleagues and other interested participants The main target of Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study SCAS is to offer a possibility for scientists to completely dedicate to science work during two semesters as a rule Piirimäe is doing research within the framework of the scheme of Pro Futura Scientia which is intended for scientist who are at the early stage of their career in order to make it possible for them to have smaller workload as a lecturer for some time and to deal more with research The fellowship lasts all together five years four years out of which are financed by SCAS with the support of Swedish National Bank Two or three semesters out of the five years are spent in SCAS and two more semesters in a fellow council e g in Princeton Cambridge Berlin or somewhere else the rest of the time is spent teaching part time at a home university said Piirimäe adding that fellowship used to be initially open only for the universities of the Nordic countries but last year the University of Tartu was first time invited to participate According to Piirimäe he had to present his most important research works in order to apply incl PhD thesis and thorough interviews were held in Uppsala with the candidates who got to the second round I got an idea of the spirit and principal amiability of SCAS to interdisciplinary research already during

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