Bulk EuTe is a type II Heisenberg antiferromagnet (AF2) with a single magnetic phase transition temperature at 9.6 K. However, for several isolated EuTe (111) monolayers (MLs) as can be achieved in a superlattice (SL) structure, both ferrimagnetic-like and antiferromagnetic-like phase transitions can take place, depending on the SLs configuration. The temperature-dependent magnetization M(T) of such SLs has been studied near the transition temperature (Tc) by SQUID magnetometry. The functional forms of M(T) at T ≤ Tc
can be described by mean-field theory for SLs with 3, 4 and 5 EuTe MLs per SL cell. The magnetic transition temperatures obtained by mean-field analysis, using bulk exchange coupling values, are in close agreement with observed Tc
values for SLs with 2, 3, 4 and 5 EuTe MLs. The qualitative behavior of the surface specific heat can be deduced from M(T) data for SLs with three EuTe monolayers.