Estonian Native Carfts Department offers three programmes at undergraduate level and two master's degree programmes. All undergraduate study programmes are taught in Estonian, but exchange studies in English via Erasmus and other programmes are possible through tailor-made study plans.
Undergraduate Studies (Professional Higher Education, 4 years, 240 ECTS)
Graduate Studies (Master of Arts, 2 years, 120 ECTS)
MA in Folkloristics and Applied Heritage Studies - In cooperation with the department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore and the department of Ethnology (University of Tartu), a new MA study programme in English was launched in 2017.
Folkloristics and Applied Heritage Studies