Language of tuition
The official language of tuition is Estonian but Erasmus students are supervised also in English (in some classes Finnish and Russian may also be options).
TAC does not require Learning Agreement among application documents. Guidelines about filling in Learning Agreement will be sent to incoming students who are accepted to TAC (results by email by June 1, 2018).
2018/2019 courses can be found here.
Please choose the curriculum you are interested in, then on the right hand side: curriculum subjects and note that at the end of every course name you can see whether it takes place in fall (F) or spring (S) semester. Incoming students are advised to take practical courses.
The student can also take some courses from the University of Tartu and from the other 6 art departments at Tartu Art College in case there are vacancies. Please note that at least 60% of the credits you need to receive per semester should come from subjects chosen from the department you are registered at here at Tartu Art College. The courses you are offered will be taught parallelly in 2 languages, tuition regarding relevant study info for the student is in English, group discussions, etc may not be in English).
In addition, you can choose courses from the University of Tartu Centre for Arts (all in English).
During the first weeks after arrival the student is helped with compiling the individual course list on the basis of which the student will compile Learning Agreement: During the Mobility paper.
Please take with you the Learning Agreement: Before the Mobility paper when you meet the Head or Assistant Head of the Department to compile the final course list and timetable.
Use Erasmus+ form from your home institution or download here: Learning Agreement.
Tartu Art College is using the ECTS system for student work evaluation.