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Tag Archives: Erasmus
In this interview, Andrea Atzori, a former exchange student in Tartu, reflects on Estonia, its people and language, and recalls the turbulent dorm life at Raatuse 22. Continue reading
Catherina from Germany writes about her four months of Erasmus experience in Estonia and Tartu, including the survival in winter. Continue reading
Karin Pointner, who spent her Erasmus semester 2006/2007 in Tartu, won the first prize in the Erasmus-essay competition, organised by the Austrian agency for international mobility and cooperation in educaton, science and research in autumn 2011. Karin’s essay came best among 200 submissions and was read to 300 people on May 3 during the “25 Years of Erasmus” celebrations in Vienna. Continue reading
On 5 December, a bunch of international students at the University of Tartu decided to share some love and positiveness with random people around the city with the ‘Free Hugs’ campaign. Continue reading
Six girls, all of them international students at the University of Tartu this autumn semester, have been tweeting from a collective account @Raatuse349351. Here are some of their tweets, highlighting different sides of international student life enjoyed in Tartu by … Continue reading
This is a diary video by Rūta Petersonaitė, a fourth year student of publishing at Vilnius University, about her 2010/2011 semester in Tartu, Estonia. Continue reading
This is the second installment in the 4-part series on student life by Rūta Petersonaitė, a fourth year student of publishing at Vilnius University, who is currently spending this autumn semester in Tartu. Rūta’s first story explored why students chose … Continue reading