School of Law offers BA, MA and PhD programmes in Law in Tartu and BA and MA programmes in Law in Tallinn. We also offer a number of options for non-degree studies.
International master's programme in Information Technology Law as well as continuing education programme in Information Technology Law are taught in English in Tartu. Master's programme in International Law and Human Rights in English is offered in Tallinn.
All other programmes are offered in the Estonian language.
International students (Erasmus, Nordplus etc) can combine English-taught courses offered by the School of Law with courses offered by other institutes.
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 academic 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.
The University of Tartu is considered the alma mater of Estonia and welcomes all dedicated and motivated students.
There are currently nearly 13,000 students enrolled at the University of Tartu among whom are 1300 international students. The university places high value on international experiences 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.