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The responsibility of the Estonian University of Life Sciences lies in the interaction of agriculture and rural management, forestry, environmental sciences, veterinary medicine and animal husbandry, technical and engineering sciences. The University of Life Sciences creates and shares knowledge to promote the bioeconomy for the benefit of nature and people.

The compact campus has nearly 3000 students and employs nearly 1000 people, half of whom carry out research and teaching at international level. Our nearly 28,000 alumni value rural core values and shape sustainable and nature-friendly lifestyles.

The Estonian University of Life Sciences is the only university in Estonia that is ranked 65th in the world's top 100 universities (QS World University Rankings by Subject) in its main areas of responsibility - agriculture and forestry. In the Times Higher Education International University Ranking, the University of Life Sciences is ranked among the top 1000 universities in the world, ranging from 801 to 1000

It is also among the top 1% of the world's most cited research institutions in the fields of Plant and Animal Sciences and Environment and Ecology.

The Estonian University of Life Sciences includes 3 institutes, 1 college and 2 research centres. Much of our research and teaching is carried out on the 40 hectare campus, where, in addition to the academic buildings and library, one of the most eye-catching sports halls in Tartu and the tallest student union building are within sight. Research and practice bases are also located in the Järvselja study and experimental forest, the Polli Horticultural Research Centre, the Rõhu experimental station and the Limnology Centre on the shores of Lake Võrtsjärv

The current name of the Estonian University of Life Sciences dates back to 2005. The university's roots date back to 1873, when a veterinary school was opened in Tartu.

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Estonian University of Life Sciences

Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 1
Tartu 51006

Admission to undergraduate studies from 23 May to 8 July in the admission information system SAIS.

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