1. March 2024

Admissions Open for International Master’s Programmes at Tartu Health Care College



Tartu Health Care College announces the commencement of admissions for its International Master’s Programmes. Prospective students are invited to apply for the Radiography and Physiotherapy programmes from March 1st to August 1st.  

“International education offers a unique opportunity to broaden one’s horizons in a multicultural setting. Alongside honing professional skills, it cultivates English language proficiency and provides invaluable advantages for future career prospects,” elucidated Ulla Preeden, the Rector of Tartu Health Care College. “Our institution is committed to strengthening connections with international professional associations and communities, thereby fostering collaborative research and development initiatives crucial for advancing the field and enhancing teaching standards.”  

Master’s Programme in Physiotherapy creates opportunities to obtain profound knowledge, advanced skills, and professional conduct in the musculoskeletal physiotherapy field in order to increase competence as an autonomous physiotherapist who manages working individually or as a team member at various health care system levels, as well as in education and research institutions locally or internationally. The programme lasts for two years, is conducted in English, and is tuition-based. The first cohort will commence studies in January 2025. Further information is available on the website

Master’s Programme in Radiography enables to provide the highest-quality education for health care specialists: it is the only master-level opportunity in the field of radiography in the Baltics. The program is two years long, conducted in English, and tuition-based, but there are tuition waivers available for top-ranked applicants from the EU and Ukraine. Studies for the course begin in January 2025. More information is available on the website  

On Monday, March 4th at 4:00 PM (GMT+2), there will be an English-language webinar about admissions

Tartu Health Care College is a state institution of professional higher education administered by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research. It is esteemed both nationally and internationally as a competence centre in the fields of health and welfare, providing the highest quality education in healthcare and promoting health awareness in the society.