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Student Project Contest

The University of Tartu Institute of Computer Science announces a contest for IT-related student projects.

The project submitted has to be in the field of IT. It can be practical or theoretical research or implementation project. It may be associated with any course or be a completely new and personal initiative—for example, a project from a course, educational resource, public software, a start-up idea, etc.


Participation is open to undergraduate (BSc) and graduate (MSc) students of the University of Tartu, regardless of the curriculum, in teams of one or up to five. A project can have one supervisor.

Projects will be evaluated in three categories:

  • First-year Bachelor's level
  • Bachelor's level
  • Master's level

In the Bachelor’s and Master’s categories, at least ⅔ of the authors (except the supervisor) have to be students of the appropriate level. If there are two members in the team, ½ of the authors must be students of the appropriate level. In the first-year Bachelor’s category, all authors must be first-year Bachelor's students.

Read the statute of the contest     

The deadline for submitting the project is 21 May 2024 (including). To participate, you must upload to the Student Projects Website your:

  • Poster (PDF in vertical portrait mode, A0 size), find the institute's logos here
  • Public web address where one can access the project results



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In every category, the prize fund is 2400 euros. 1000 euros for I, 800 euros for II, and 600 euros for III places in every category. 

In 2024, two special prizes will be awarded - Audience Award and Best Demo.

  • The Audience Award will be decided by electronic vote. Posters will be on display in the second-floor hallway of the Delta study building, and from 27 May to 3 June, everyone can vote for their favourite project.
  • The best demo will be awarded to the solution that can be tried out and tested at the final event of the contest. It could be a video game, software demonstration, an information system, a website, a simulation, some device, etc.

The team winning the special prize will be awarded with 500 euros.


On 3 June 2024, starting at 14:00, the final event of the Student Project Contest will take place in the Delta Study Building. Participants present their projects to the committee and the rest of the audience at the poster session. The winners will be announced at around 16:30.

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