Student Life

Scholarships

In order to help students to graduate the government provides financial support through various schemes.


Free meals

If a student started studies at Tartu Art School after graduating from junior high school (põhikool), he/she receives a free or affordable meal.

Travel support

If a student’s place of residence is farther, he/she may ask the school to reimburse him/her for some of the transportation costs. In such case, a student must submit supporting documents, for example, bus tickets.

Study allowance

If a student has high grades, he/she may apply for study allowance (60 euros per month) that can help to cover the costs of studying. In specific cases the school may agree to provide special support for low-income students.

Also, if a student is not taking a gap year and has previously graduated from high school (keskkool), he/she may apply for study allowance (60 euros per month). Recipients are selected based on their grades. Low-income students may apply for financial support as well.

Study loan

If a student already has a high school (keskkool) diploma but is not able to cover his/her expenses while studying, he/she may apply for a loan from a bank.

Read more: https://www.hm.ee/et/kutseharidus-oppija-toetamine

Free meals

If a student started studies at Tartu Art School after graduating from junior high school (põhikool), he/she receives a free or affordable meal.

Travel support

If a student’s place of residence is farther, he/she may ask the school to reimburse him/her for some of the transportation costs. In such case, a student must submit supporting documents, for example, bus tickets.

Study allowance

If a student has high grades, he/she may apply for study allowance (60 euros per month) that can help to cover the costs of studying. In specific cases the school may agree to provide special support for low-income students.


Also, if a student is not taking a gap year and has previously graduated from high school (keskkool), he/she may apply for study allowance (60 euros per month). Recipients are selected based on their grades. Low-income students may apply for financial support as well.

Study loan

If a student already has a high school (keskkool) diploma but is not able to cover his/her expenses while studying, he/she may apply for a loan from a bank.

Read more: https://www.hm.ee/et/kutseharidus-oppija-toetamine