Students´ associations

The International Club

The InterClub unites the international students and staff, providing them with cultural and social events inside and outside the university. The club organises events approximately every month.

See the club's Facebook page.

 

Estonian Forestry Students Association

This organisation combines forestry students from Forestry Faculty of Estonian University of Life Sciences.

See the association's web page.

 

Environmental Protection Students’ Association of Eesti Maaülikool

Environmental Protection Students' Association is a non-profit organization whose work is based on the voluntary work of its members. It organises the informational day "From specialist to student", the WinterAcademy and is involved in many more projects. 

See the association's web page.

 

Real Estate Tycoons

This organization unites the real estate students and young professionals, as well as many other interested in the issue.

See the organization's web page.

 

The Journal Club of Life Sciences

The club is an informal forum for students and scientists to meet and discuss science. Volunteers make a short presentation in a topic of interest related to life science and open the topic to discussion. The club works in English, there is no membership and everyone is welcome.

See the club's web page.

 

SUOLET

Association of Finnish Veterinary Students in Tartu (Suomalaiset Eläinlääketieteen Opiskelijat Tartossa ry) unites Veterinary Medicine students from Finland and studying in Tartu.

See the association's web page.

 

IVSA

IVSA Estonia is Estonian chapter of International Veterinary students' Association, bringing vet students together and promoting international relations and exchanges in Estonian University of Life Sciences.

See their web page here: http://ivsaestonia.wixsite.com/ivsaestonia

 

Folk Dance Group "Tarbatu"

Folk dance group «Tarbatu» is the official dance group of Estonian University of Life Sciences, created more than 60 years ago. It joins men and women interested in folk dancing and takes them to different festivals.

See the group's web page.

 

Chamber Choir "Camerata Universitatis"

The members of the Chamber Choir of Estonian University of Life Sciences include students, academic staff and graduates of the University, but also people from other professions. The repertoire is very broad, ranging from medieval to modern music. See the choir's web page.

 

ESN Tartu

ESN Tartu is the oldest of five Erasmus Student Network sections in Estonia. It was founded in 2000 and is an officially registered NGO working to make the lives of international students studying in Tartu more interesting and making them feel more at home. They organize a few events a week ranging from trips to parties to movie evenings to game nights to theater visits, working together with the universities in Tartu

See the web page.