Spring semester at Tallinn University is the most exciting period of study. The skies are finally clearing, and the darkness is slowly fading away, spring Is setting in, then summer shortly thereafter. In addition, that’s when students go for summer holidays and join a new academic year in autumn. Personally, I had anamazing semester followed up a very interesting summer holiday. In June-July 2017 I toured Austria for two weeks. The following are some of the pictures I took in that lovely country.
People of Tallinn University – Carlo A. Cubero
Tallinn University is full of people with interesting backgrounds, fascinating stories and great ideas. Now you have a chance to peek into the life of our Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology Carlo A. Cubero. He is coordinating the Anthropology MA programme at Tallinn University.
TU Students in Urbino – Sufyan Abubakar
Who are You?
I am Sufyan Kamfa, born in September 24th 1991, a masters student at Tallinn University studying Communication Management with specialization in Intercultural communication. I am used to traveling abroad, and interested to communicate with people from different cultures and languages. I have lived in different countries for a longer period of time since I turned nineteen years of age.
TU Students in Urbino – Polina Shevchenko
Who are you?
I am a 2nd year Master student, and I study Communication Management with a specialization in Intercultural Communications. I spent my first semester at TLU and then I went on Erasmus to Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris.
Home away from home
Hello everyone, it’s me, Hamad, so far it has been an amazing journey which started August last year, I want to recap my last year and share with you guys my experience as a student of MA International Relations.
Sustainable development in the example of Chernobyl, Ukraine
On April 9 of 2017, students from more than ten countries of the Baltic sea region met in Ukraine, Kyiv on Kontractova Square, under a common sign reading: “BUP 2017”.
Eesti: Obnoxiously fabulous, or something like that!
I would not say that I’m the common type of student. My name is Valentin Châtelet, and as every regular fresh French young adult who used to live in the suburbs of Paris during their childhood, I went to study in the capital city when I turned 18. Yet all relevant comparison with my French peers ends at the very moment I became an undergraduate student in Estonian language in 2015.
Land of the (Not) Setting Sun
Tallinn Summer School means too much to me just to be able to sum it up in a short post.
Cycling through Tallinn!
I’ve spent nearly two years now in Tallinn. I study in Tallinn University at BFM, audiovisual media and in these two years, I have fallen in love with this city. It’s far from perfect like any city but for sure it is one of my favorite places where I’ve ever lived in Finland or elsewhere.
From Tallinn Summer School to Tallinn University
I will not exaggerate when I say that Tallinn Summer School (TSS) is a project, that has had strong positive influence on my life for the last 5 years.
Summerschool Memories: Sergio & Creative Psychotherapy ’16
I participated in the Creative Psychotherapy course in July 2016 at TLÜ. The course had a good duration of 2 weeks in which the topic was presented mainly through experimentation and activities.
After Three Years, Here I Am
After almost three years here in Tallinn, I still get the question – why did you move to Estonia? And my answer is every time a bit different, because there were many reasons involved in the decision. But as my flatmate always says – I have the impression that Estonia chose me.
Can’t let go of Tallinn University
Hello, my name is Irina and I am a Tallinn University alumna. I came to Estonia to study. There is a beautiful love-story behind it but I will leave the story out this time. My homeland is Russia and my hometown is Moscow where I graduated from a Philological Department with my first MA.
Celebration of Super-diversity
When people asked me why I chose Communication Management MA I had a very clear answer, since I had been reading a lot about this field and its importance in today’s life. But it is always “better to see something once, than to hear about it a thousand times”, because there are much more exciting and at the same time challenging things you have to experience.