Master in Semiotics University of Tartu

Semiotics is a 2-year Master’s programme that provides interdisciplinary background and gives a theoretical base for application of semiotic ideas to a wide variety of disciplines and scientific study. Semiotics is the general study of sign processes, or semiosis. The programme binds together the theory of semiotics and three core modules – cultural semiotics, biosemiotics and sociosemiotics.

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Aims

International career prospects:

  • Graduates can apply their expertise in the professions that require a complex knowledge of cultural analysis, i.e. semiotic consulting companies, marketing or media;
  • Practical applications of semiotics include translation and science writing, design and architecture, advertising, and communication strategies;
  • Employees of international organizations, e.g. embassies, where tolerance and conflict management skills are vital, can improve their professional education;
  • Programme graduates can continue on to doctoral studies and research.

  • International class
  • International faculty
  • Lessons in foreign language 50%
  • International study tours
  • International traineeship
  • Traineeship at international companies
  • Attendance of the master abroad
  • Issuance of foreign diploma and certifications
Tuition-waiver scholarships available
Cost of the master: Free
Scholarships available
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Provenance Students Worldwide:
Detail of origin:
Europe
25%
10%
15%
40%
10%
Finland
10%
60%
10%
10%
10%
Gender:
40%
60%
Job Experience:
YES5%
NO95%
Age of participants:
  • Under 25

    70%
  • 26 - 30

    25%
  • 31 - 35

    5%
Total:
964
Foreigners:
10%
Profession Teaching Staff:
5%
University professors
55%
Researchers/lecturers/visiting professors
5%
Politicians, officers, lobbyists
30%
Professionals
5%
Consultants/freelancers
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