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Saburi Ken, a Singaporean student at UT, would take his friends to Tartu Market, an under-appreciated historical monument that sells the freshest meat and awesome diary products. Continue reading
In less than a month, a group of our students produced an incredible Gangnam style video that collected 35,000 views within a week since its release. This is a behind-the-scenes story of how it all happened. Continue reading
These are the 5 best stories submitted to the UT Student Blogger Contest 2012 by international students at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Continue reading
This is a podcast interview with Mika Keränen, a writer, alumnus and lecturer of Finnish at the University of Tartu. Mika: “If your happiness is somewhere between the bushes of Botanical Garden, or near the riverbanks where the self-made thinkers sit, then you are in the right place – in Tartu.” Continue reading
This is an interview with Ekaterina Bogdanova from Voronezh State University in Russia. Ekaterina is on her exchange semester in Tartu in autumn 2012. Continue reading
This is a twitterview with Maeva from France who arrived to Tartu for her Erasmus year. Maeva’s journey to Estonia started two years ago when she read the Purge (in Finnish: Puhdistus), an award-winning novel by a Finnish-Estonian writer Sofi Oksanen. Continue reading