Tag Archives: Georgia

Family Tradition Brings Ana from Georgia To Study Medicine in Tartu

Read the fascinating story of a Georgian family and their love for Estonia. Ana (17) started her medical studies at the University of Tartu in her father’s steps, but the story begins even earlier with Ana’s grandmother. Continue reading

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How Secure Are Small Nations after the Annexation of Crimea?

Heiko Pääbo, Head of the UT Center for Baltic Studies, writes about the perspective and the consequences of Russia’s aggression in Crimea for the small nations. Continue reading

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How Georgians Met 2012 in Tartu

In this interview, Kakhi Sanikidze, a.k.a. Kevin, talks about what Georgian people are like, how Georgian students who study at UT stay close and care for each other, and how Georgians and Estonians are different. Continue reading

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