Information from Estonian University of Life Sciences regarding war in Ukraine
Estonian University of Life Sciences Senate strongly condemns Russia's aggression against Ukraine, which began on February 24, 2022. Due to the complicated international situation, the Senate decides to restrict the entry or employment of students and academic staff from the Russian Federation and Belarus to Estonian University of Life Sciences. More information is available here.
- The University is committed to solidarity and supporting students and researchers with the status of war refugees from Ukraine.
- The University creates targeted scholarships to admit citizens of Ukraine with the status of war refugees to English taught curricula, if their academic threshold allows them to start or continue at the University their studies, which have been interrupted in Ukraine.
- In the curriculum "Veterinary Medicine", two targeted scholarships are created, based on previous study and work experience immatriculation from the second academic year.
- In the curricula „Planning and analysis in multifunctional forestry“, „Environmental Governance and Adaptation to Climate Change“, „Agri-Food Business Management“ and „Landscape Architecture“ two targeted scholarships are created for each curriculum starting from admissions.
- Student candidates with the war refugee status from Ukraine are exempt from the document processing fee.
- Academic staff, including PhD students, having the status of a war refugee from Ukraine and living in the University dormitory are exempt from the advance payment for renting a room in the dormitory.
- Students having the status of a war refugee from Ukraine who are admitted for studies at the University with a targeted scholarship student place are exempt from paying the dormitory rent for the nominal duration of their studies.
Information about children and Youth from Ukraine to Estonia (Ministry of Education)
First step before everything is to register yourself in Tartu Refugee Centre (Mõisavärava 1, Tartu).
- All students and employees can submit their questions and suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org phone +372 731 3200
- Issues related to the admission of new international students from Ukraine and the possibility for students who have left their studies in Ukraine to continue their studies at the Estonian University of Life Sciences, please turn to email@example.com or +372 731 3890