TTK UAS will create study opportunities for Ukrainian students with Ukrainian citizenship whose studies were interrupted due to the war in their home country.
TTK UAS does not have full study programmes in English (our language of instruction is Estonian) and therefore we can offer Ukrainian students who have already been accepted to a university in Ukraine and have been forced to suspend their studies due to Russian aggression in their country, the possibility of enrolling in our studies as visiting students by choosing suitable courses from the list of subjects we offer each academic year in English.
Visiting student status is not possible if you are not currently enrolled in university-level studies.
The courses offered in English for the 2022/23 academic year can be consulted here.
*Change the language to English on the left-hand side.
If you are interested in studying at TTK UAS as a visiting student, please contact us by e-mail at email@example.com (in English).
For enrolment, please submit by e-mail the following documents:
– visiting student registration form
– a copy of your identity document
– a document proving you are currently a university student in Ukraine (e.g. student card or any other)
– a copy of the Estonian residence card (if issued already)
Before enrolment, we need you to present a document called the Background Paper proving your previous education issued by the Estonian ENIC/NARIC centre. Please contact directly the Estonian ENIC/NARIC centre which will issue you a Background Paper on your previous education. Information on how to obtain the Background Paper for refugees is available here.
The contact e-mail for the Estonian ENIC/NARIC Centre is firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact the Education and Youth Board for more information: email@example.com
Information on how to apply for Temporary protection for Ukrainian citizens and their family members is available here (in Ukrainian).
For contact and all questions related to relocation to Estonia, we recommend consulting the following webpage: https://kriis.ee/en. You can find information about the most frequently asked questions there.