Tartu Art College (TAC) collaborates with different educational institutions in Estonia and abroad, as well as with many public and private sector partners.
Tartu Art College partner schools in Estonia are:
- Tartu University
- Tartu University Viljandi Culture Academy
- Estonian University of Life Sciences
- Estonian Academy of Arts
- Tallinn University of Technology Tartu College
- Tallinn University
- Tartu Art School
- Narva Vocational Training Centre
The schools mutually recognize BA-level and applied studies in accredited programs. The schools will offer opportunities for exchange studies.
In April of 2008, the TAC rector along with other rectors of schools in the Council of Universities of Applied Sciences signed the Internationalization of Higher Education Good Practice agreement.
In April of 2006, TAC signed a partnership agreement with the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts.
A list of TAC international partner schools can be found here.
Cooperation with organizations
Rectors of Estonian University of Applied Sciences in Finland (Photo by Jana Praun)
In addition, TAC has partnered with the following organizations:
- The Rectors' Council of Universities of Applied Sciences
- Tartu County
- Tartu Näitused
- Estonian National Museum
- Estonian Museum of Agriculture
- Narva Museum
- Estonian National Archives
- Tartu University Library
- National Heritage Board
- Viru Keemia Grupp
In Fall 2009 TAC signed a consortial agreement with the partners of the Tartu Creative Cluster. TAC is the cluster's science partner.
TAC rector Vallo Nuust and Priit Rohumaa from Viru Keemia Grupp (Photo by VKG)