Category Archives: General

Survey among UT international students: 97% would recommend UT for studies

The Marketing Office of the University of Tartu conducted a survey among international degree students in summer 2017. The purpose of the survey was to better understand how current international students made their decision to come to study in Estonia. … Continue reading

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How to Find Time When There’s No Time? The Race on the Information Highway

Are you running out of time? You have a lot to do and it seems like less and less hours to do this? Read about the principles of slow work. Continue reading

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Top 10 most popular blog posts of 2017

What are the top 10 most popular blog posts of UT Blog in 2017? Here are two lists for you! Continue reading

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My First 100 Days at the University of Tartu

  As the old saying goes, well begun is half done. If you are ambitious enough, you can achieve many things that are beyond your imagination.

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How I Created My First Comics…

…and learn how to love and accept myself as I am.   I am so grateful to the University of Tartu for this amazing opportunity to take the optional courses any courses that you wish for free. So, you can study Japanese, … Continue reading

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Cancer biologists from the University of Tartu help make an important discovery on Alzheimer’s disease

Cooperation between researchers in the United States and Estonia helps to discover changes in brain tissue, which are associated with the very early stages of dementia. The cause of nearly half of all cases of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. It … Continue reading

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Creating knowledge post-Brexit

As the UK’s journey towards Brexit has reached the halfway point, the Guild is not the first network to state the importance of the free and easy movement of staff and students, and collaboration in research; nor should we be … Continue reading

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