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Application procedures

Offers are published throughout the year. The deadline for government financed study places is normally around April for non-EU and the end of May for EU candidates. Selection is made in early July. Applications for non-state financed study places are often accepted throughout the year.

First of all, candidates should look for a supervisor whose agreement is necessary for the admission to the programme. Admission requirements usually include an interview or entrance examination and the submission of a doctoral thesis project. More detailed information is available from the respective international student service.

The minimum qualification required to enrol in a doctoral-level programme is a Master's or equivalent. Most universities also have English language requirements. Doctoral candidates do not need to speak Estonian.

 

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CampusFrance DAAD European Community
Nuffic British Council Eurodoc IIE