The Centre for EU-Russia Studies (CEURUS) is a multidisciplinary centre for research and teaching at the University of Tartu (UT), Estonia. It serves as a contact point for scholars, students and experts who share an interest in the evolving relationship between the European Union and the Russian Federation. CEURUS coordinates and sponsors a variety of activities related to research, teaching and public outreach. Building on Tartu’s long history as a meeting place of ideas and cultures at the border of Europe and Russia, the Centre welcomes international students into its study programmes and is open to cooperation with scholars from both the East and the West.


News & Events

Public lecture

28 Oct - Tuomas Forsberg speaks about overcoming memory conflicts between Russia and its nei […]

CEURUS scholar wins Baltic Assembly Prize 2015

Eva-Clarita Pettai and Vello Pettai receive Prize for their study on Transitional Justice in […]

New grant from the EU’s Horizon2020 programme

CEURUS will coordinate a three-year Twinning project together with Kent and Uppsala […]

International Conference

8-9 Oct. -- Russians and Russian-speakers in the post-Soviet space […]