Students can learn design, conservation/restoration, and arts at Tartu Art College within the following professional higher education curricula:
- Painting and Wall Paintings Restoration
- Media and advertisement design
- Furniture design and restoration
- Leather design and restoration
Information about departments: www.artcol.ee/en/departments
The nominal length of the studies is four years and the volume of the curriculum is 240 ECTS credits.
The general condition for enrolling in Tartu Art College is secondary education or a corresponding foreign classification. State examinations’ results are not required.
Each candidate can apply for two curricula. Student vacancies are filled on the basis of the results of the entrance examinations.
Candidates have the possibility to take preparatory course, which advises the participants on the basis of the requirements of the entrance examinations.
Tartu Art College offers the following forms of study:
- free full-time studies (student completes 75–100% of the curriculum in an academic year);
- paid part-time studies (student completes 50–74% of the curriculum in an academic year and pays for each semester);
- paid external studies (student completes the contractually determined extent of the curricula and pays for the ECTS credits that they have taken).
The maximum number of students to be admitted to Tartu Art College for full- and part-time studies in 2016 will be confirmed by the end of the autumn semester.
The official language of tuition at Tartu Art College (TAC) is Estonian.
Tartu Art College does not have a dormitory. We recommend staying at the Academus hostel www.tartuhostel.eu , Hektor Design Hostels during the entrance examinations or finding alternative accommodation possibilities. Students, who are accepted to Tartu Art College, can apply for a room at the University of Tartu dormitories, information can be found at www.campus.ee.