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The jury of the architecture competition, organised by the University of Tartu in cooperation with the Estonian Association of Architects, selected the best design solution for reconstructing the academic building of the university’s Tallinn office of the School of Law and designing the yard area. The winning entry was “Cascade” by the architectural office Kauss Arhitektuur OÜ.
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As the anniversary of the Republic of Estonia approaches, President Alar Karis bestows Estonian state decorations to 151 people, nine of whom are members of the university family.
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On 23 February at 12, university members are invited to the ceremony and concert dedicated to the 106th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia in the university’s assembly hall.

University of Tartu School of Law

The School of Law is one of the four oldest faculties of the University of Tartu, where lawyers have been educated ever since the university was founded in 1632. The School of Law incorporates the bulk of Estonia’s legal research potential and actively participates in shaping Estonia’s legal policy.

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University of Tartu invites applications for doctoral studies

The University of Tartu will open 179 student places in doctoral studies this spring. Most of these are linked to the junior research fellow’s position, so doctoral students can commit to research and studies. Admission to doctoral studies at the University of Tartu takes place four times a year. The next application periods are in September and November. To apply for the industrial doctorate, a cooperation agreement with the partner organisation is required.

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