EIT Member, CLC North, Estonia. University of Tartu is the leading research university in Estonia. Its competitive advantages are internationality, the quality of teaching and research, and diversity, so it belongs to the top 1.2% of world’s best universities. UT includes four faculties – Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, and Faculty Science and Technology. More than 17,000 people work and study at the university. The university cooperates with strong research universities and reputed networks, international research institutions and partners from the public and private sector. UT has experience in cross-disciplinary cooperation and technology transfer, as well as building a practical ecosystem with entrepreneurs and Tartu Science Park’s incubation programs.

UT has a wide range of experience in working with companies and their challenges especially as they have piloted a similar programme “Game Changers” locally for their specific partner enterprises in 2018 where the aim was to bring together academia and business sides to learn and innovate together.