Tag Archives: Tartu

Meet Jason, the Debating Origami Artist

Meet Jason, a master’s student of semiotics in Tartu, an origami artist, a public speaker, and so much more. Continue reading

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3 PhDs from India: We Love Estonian Christmas

Listen to 3 PhDs from India discussing their scientific journeys, food, climate, and more. Continue reading

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Academic Pilgrimage in the Steps of Kristjan and Eduards

Read the fascinating story of two Latvian students who walked over 200 km from Riga to Tartu in the steps of Eduards Veidenbaums and Kristjan Jaak Peterson. Continue reading

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Ken from Singapore: Japanese Are a Bit Estonian

Ask them out for a drink! Saburi Ken from Singapore reveals the secrets of making Estonian friends. Continue reading

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Should I Drink Tap Water or Bottled Water?

Read why there is no significant difference between bottled drinking water and tap water in Estonia. Continue reading

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My Memorable Moments in Tartu

Desiree Simpson, an international exchange student from Canada, shares her experience of silence and life in Tartu. Continue reading

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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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