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Mana Taheri: My Tartu
The story of an Iranian architect who came to Tartu to study Landscape Architecture at the Estonian University of Life Sciences.
Landscape Architecture is a discipline that focuses on intervention in the landscape through the activities of planning, design, and management. It also focuses on the science that underpins these activities and the implementation of proposals. It is united around the concept of landscape, which is defined in various ways but is generally understood to mean outdoor spaces, environments and places and relationships between people and these spaces, environments, and places, both in terms of activities and perceptions.
Landscape Architecture is concerned with landscapes of all types, both urban and rural, and at all scales from the smallest open space to the region.
The curriculum builds on the level of achievement expected at bachelor level with in-depth studies of a range of more specialized subjects covering both practical and theoretical fields, including ones which have special aspects suitable for study in Estonia.
Chair professor of our landscape architecture study programs is Simon Bell. The students become professional landscape architects recognized both in Estonia and internationally.
The programme equips students with appropriate knowledge and understanding in the following areas:
The programme also equips students with the advanced skills that are essential to prepare for study and critical and reflective practice in landscape architecture. Skills include:
Graduates of the programme will be able to work in professional practice in private design offices, in local government or government agencies throughout Europe and beyond where their skills are needed. They may also use the master degree as a basis for entering a doctoral programme.
The Estonian University of Life Sciences offers 2 scholarships (a tuition fee free study place, no extra money for living and travel included) for the 2023 intake for candidates not from Estonia. The scholarship will be awarded to the candidate with the highest amount of admission points and by default, all candidates are considered as applicants to the scholarship. In order to maintain the scholarship during the whole nominal period of studies, the scholarship recipient must comply with the requirements set for full-time study (30 European Credit Transfer System credit points (ECTS) in each semester). If not, the scholarship recipient shall cover his/her cost of tuition, pursuant to the University Council Regulation "Terms and Procedure for Covering the Cost of Tuition in Formal Study", for the remaining study period.
The Estonian University of Life Sciences offers 2 extra scholarships (a tuition fee free study place, no extra money for living and travel included) for citizens of Ukraine with the status of war refugees. The scholarship will be awarded to the candidates with the highest amount of admission points collected for the interview and by default, all candidates (citizens of Ukraine with the status of war refugees) are considered as applicants to the scholarship.
The decision about awarding scholarships will be announced on the 7th of June (candidates from non-EU countries) and on the 21st of June (candidates from EU countries and citizens of Ukraine with the status of war refugees).
Study loans are offered through Erasmus+ for master students from Spain, Italy (Emilia Romagna region), Croatia, Romania and Turkey. See here to find out more.
For admission requirements:
For programme contents, portfolio requirements:
Joanna Tamar Storie
Programme duration: 2 years
Degree: Master of Science in Engineering
Application fee: 100 euros (non-refundable)
Tuition fee: 3058 EUR/year
Two targeted scholarships for citizens of Ukraine with the status of war refugees
Admission will open:
February 1, 2024
April 10, 2024 (non-EU candidates)
May 31, 2024 (EU, Georgian, UK, Turkish and Ukrainian candidates)