Support student education

Support IT studies and scholarships!

The easiest way to support us is to make a standing payment order, bank transfer, or signing a contract. 

Account: find The University of Tartu general account number here.
Explanation: "Donation UniTartuCS (goal)" or "ANNETUS ATI goal".

Goal (in the bank transfer) as per what you foresee donation for: scholarships, seminars, alumni activities, etc. 

The Institute of Computer Science supports its student in many ways. We organise different events, support professional activities, help them participate in competitions and olympiads, and give out scholarships to support IT studies. For example, we have regularly organised the Student Project Contest, and in 2021, the Delta X competition will take place for the first time. Our students have been successful in international competitions, such as IEEEXtreme, ACP IPC, etc. We also support our active student society, which involves students from the Institute of Computer Science and the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics. Unfortunately, the Institute lacks a budget for extracurricular activities.

Companies, alumni, and our friends are welcome to provide additional activities and funding, such as challenges and prizes for competitions, scholarships, or support IT studies at the University of Tartu. We have also developed very diverse industry collaboration formats, from internships to project-based learning and research cooperation, which we recommend finding out more. If our supporters desire, we will also publicly name them in the Institute's media channels and materials. So far, many have opted for anonymity.

Donation-based scholarships:

Total donations:
In total, alumni, families, and companies currently support the Institute of Computer Science students' activities and scholarships with approximately 35,000 euros per year.

2016: 20,000 euros
2017: 20,000 euros
2018: 10,000 euros
2019: 30,000 euros
2020: 35,000 euros

#entrepreneurship #university
ITTM seminar 21.03

Pizza & the Industrial Master's in IT (21.03)

#rector elections #university
Tartu Ülikooli peahoone

Faculty of Science and Technology nominated Professor Jaak Vilo as rector candidate


Torchlight procession marking the 103rd anniversary of Estonia’s national university

The traditional torchlight procession marking the national university’s anniversary starts in front of the academic building at Vanemuine 46 on 1 December at 17:00.