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University of Tartu

The University of Tartu (UT) in Estonia is a classical multidisciplinary university founded in 1632. The aims of the university are to advance learning, to provide a modern higher education based on the integration of teaching and research activities, to organise continuing education and to offer such necessary teaching and research-based services as may be required in society. The University of Tartu contributes two thirds of Estonia’s scientific production, including publications and doctoral degrees conferred. Each year UT researchers publish more than 2700 research publications and lead more than 800 research projects, and more than 80 PhD degrees are conferred by the university annually.