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Dream Job or Not? Part II

The adventures of Eveli, Head of International Marketing, continue… For Part I, look HERE. Day 5 – Bishkek, Kyrgystan (1) The flight leaves at 5 am, so we do not get much sleep. We make it to the hotel by … Continue reading

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Dream Job or Not? Part I

My name is Eveli; I work as Head of International Marketing at the University of Tartu and lead a team of international marketing specialists. We recruit international students to the university’s international bachelor’s and master’s programmes. I’ve often been told … Continue reading

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UT master’s student is a big step closer to making hydrogen fuel cell vehicles more affordable

Master’s student in chemistry Sander Ratso has created an innovative technology, which, if taken into use, would undercut the price of overly expensive fuel cells. Tests conducted in Finland and the USA also confirm it to be a promising alternative. … Continue reading

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Study by University of Tartu Scientist Published in a Renowned Science Magazine

Kaur Alasoo, a young scientist who has defended his doctoral thesis at the University of Cambridge and is now working as a bioinformatics researcher at the University of Tartu, focused on the reasons for complicated genetic diseases and ways to … Continue reading

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University Will Not Make You Wise

Why study at university? Professor Mihhail Lotman gives some surprising answers. Continue reading

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The University of Tartu in 2032

Three UT professors share their thoughts on the University of Tartu in 2032 and foresee: a female rector and bigger share of female professors; more male students in the student body; specialisation in teaching MOOCs; teaching most Master’s programmes in English. Continue reading

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So Long, Farewell

In a farewell post finalising his exchange year in Tartu, Drew from the USA writes about what fascinates him in Estonia, what makes the University of Tartu stand out, where the world peace begins, and xenophobia. Continue reading

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