AMS is a 120 ECTS international master’s program, where teaching and research is carried out in the brand-new “Physicum” and “Chemicum” buildings in Tartu – among the top research and education facilities in Northern Europe. We are living in a Golden Age of Measurement Science, find out why!
Please also see this recent presentation for some good examples and information. Video on the left gives some idea about how it is to study at Tartu.

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University of Tartu ranked as the best university in the New Europe!

In a recent ranking of universities in the “New Europe” – the 13 countries that have become EU members since 2004 – carried out by the Times higher Education, the […]


Measurement Uncertainty online course: more than 450 participants from 70 countries!

On Tuesday, March 27, 2018 the web course Estimation of Measurement Uncertainty in Chemical Analysis was launched the fifth time as a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course)! Currently more than […]


Hedi Rahnel talks about her experience in the AMS programme

It was the spring of 2011 when I decided to apply to the AMS programme. If I remember correctly, the decision was based on my gut feeling and it was […]


Ten years of AMS – Admission to AMS is open!

It is a pleasure to announce that the admission period is again open for the Applied Measurement Science master’s programme! It is a programme in a field where there is […]


Acidity of strong acids (pKa) in water and organic solvents

Measurements and computations of acidity and basicity of strong and superstrong acids (superacids) and bases in organic solvents is among the core research topics at the UT Chair of Analytical […]