Vincent Homburg, Professor of E-Governance, talks about the intertwining of politics and technology in his inaugural lecture
On 6 April at 16:15, Vincent Homburg, Professor of E-Governance at the University of Tartu, will hold the inaugural lecture "The Politics of E-Governance"
University of Tartu and Ministry of Education and Research signed the higher education funding agreement
Rector Toomas Asser and Minister of Education and Research Tõnis Lukas signed the higher education funding agreement between the Ministry of Education and Research and the University of Tartu.
PhD admissions information session on April 5 at 10 o´clock in Zoom
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Student Union distributed to students the 4,000 euros they received as the contribution to society award, aiming to draw attention to the low rates of student allowances and stipends.
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