The Counselling Centre offers advice regarding organisation of studies, career and psychological counselling, study-related information, support for students with special needs and training courses to students of all levels of study.
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Find out more about counselling centre services:
Counselling for students with special needs
Counselling about study related matters
Student adviser of Counselling Centre helps if you have general questions related to study organisation and regulations. Contact student adviser of Counselling Centre: noustaja [ät] ut.ee. With questions about your curriculum, courses, timetables, SIS etc, please contact your curriculum's academic affairs specialist in your faculty.
Advice from fellow students
Tutors are student volunteers who help first-year students and international students who are starting their studies. See the list of tutors of current year and more info about student-to-student services.
Take contact and book an appointment:
For career counselling, psychological counselling and counselling for students with special needs, booking is needed using the booking form. Times are available for the following 30 days, so times for the new day will open daily.
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How to find us:
UT Counselling Centre is located in the University of Tartu Library (W. Struve 1), 3rd floor.
We are open from Monday to Friday 9-12 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. or according to the agreed time.
Currently we offer counselling only online.
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